BSL Creative Storytelling with Sense Arts
Join artist and actor, Emily Howlett to create a short story by exploring the ways in which the things around us help us to feel connected, to ourselves and each other.
Mobility videos by British Wheelchair Basketball
British Wheelchair Basketball have a variety of routines available on their YouTube channel, all created to improve your mobility. The videos also focus on certain aspects of mobility such as breathing control exercises.
Inclusive Sports Skills with Sense Active
Sense have created a variety of videos on their YouTube channel to help you to get active at home. The videos are British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted alongside including fixed captions throughout. The inclusive sports skills videos will take you through some simple activities, to help you improve your skills in tapping and bouncing a ball with a racket. In this Sense Active series, you will learn a range of fundamental skills which can be applied to a number of different sports.
All activities use little equipment and often make use of standard household objects – be creative with which objects you use.
Move & Chat with Sheffield Cycling 4 All
Move & Chat is a gentle and fun exercise session led by a qualified instructor and includes a range of different videos including stretching, joint mobilisation and cardio exercises. The videos are fully inclusive and tailored to suit all different abilities and fitness levels. No equipment is needed.
The Buzz by Community Catalysts
The Buzz by Community Catalysts is a one stop shop of accessible, online varied and fun ideas aimed at disabled adults. New videos will be shared each weekday which have been funded through their small grants scheme – 23 fantastic community enterprises from all over the UK have received £500 to make their videos. Please read the blog post here .
People can join at www.facebook.com/groups/hellothebuzz where they can see a new video every day, or for those not on Facebook can catch up every Friday when they post the week’s offerings at www.smallgoodstuff.co.uk/the-buzz/
Paralympian powerlifter Ali Jawad has launched a new app Accessercise (App Store and Google Play), which not only has a video library of exercises that are suited to certain impairments but also allows users to rate gyms on their accessibility so others can more easily find suitable venues.