The national Activity Alliance’s Annual Disability and Activity Survey for 2021-22, which tracks disabled people’s perceptions and experiences of sport and physical activity has revealed the stark impact of COVID-19 on activity levels.

 
Key findings include almost 25% disabled people stated that they had not received enough information about how to be active during the pandemic compared with 13% of non-disabled. 29% of respondents also felt they didn’t have the opportunity to be as active as they wanted to, compared with 44% of able-bodied people.

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Source: Activity Alliance