Making Sense of Mini-Games: a new resource supporting people with complex disabilities to be active at home

Making Sense of Mini-Games: a new resource supporting people with complex disabilities to be active at home

The ‘Making Sense of Mini-Games’ resource, created by Sense Active, is designed to support people with multiple or complex disabilities to be active at home. The resource includes step by step instructions and activity cards including games that can be enjoyed with little or no equipment, or in any sized space. The resource provides activities that can be enjoyed at home, in the garden or at a local green space either singularly or in groups.

The resource is primarily designed for people who are supporting individuals with complex disabilities including parents, siblings, carers, support staff, sports coaches or volunteers, aiming to grow their knowledge and confidence. The resource will help guide those who haven’t had experience facilitating activities for disabled people, without the need for formal training.

Making Sense of Mini-Games is now available to download, in either a PDF or accessible word document version. Please click here to download: https://www.sense.org.uk/get-support/arts-sport-and-wellbeing/sense-sport/resources/

To request a printed version, please email active@sense.org.uk