British Blind Sport (BBS) and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) have announced the release of two new See Sport Differently toolkits to support sight loss organisations and sports clubs in helping blind and partially sighted people to be active.

See Sport Differently aims to challenge perceptions and demonstrate that blind and partially sighted people can get involved with sport and physical activity. The free toolkits provide resources for clubs and suggest how organisations can work together to strengthen the local work that is already taking place. The toolkits were created in collaboration with National Governing Bodies of Sport and cover topics including adaptable equipment, upskilling staff and volunteers, and accessible marketing to ensure activities are inclusive for people with sight loss.

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Source: Activity Alliance