“Just Keep Moving” – Exercising With SCI

In the weeks and months that follow a catastrophic injury, everything is different. Finding new rhythms and routines to life can be difficult with a body that works differently and a brain that is processing trauma. But as the dust settles and a ‘new normal’ is emerging, what role can exercise play in improving both …

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Paralympic Legacy As the Paralympics draw to a close, the visibility of disabled people on our TVs and social media reduces. So, how do we keep promoting inclusivity and equality for the 15% of our global population that have a disability? #Wethe15 hopes to find the solutions. Launched at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, #Wethe15 is …

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Nat with her dog Stan at the beach

Enjoying the Outdoors with a Disability.

Looking for Adventure Accepting limitations doesn’t have to mean you can’t live a fulfilled life. Nat and her Bedlington Terrier/Whippet cross, Stan, are an adventurous team. Together, they love exploring the outdoors and being as active as possible. But over the past 6 years, Nat’s autoimmune disease had caused her to find holding the dog …

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