Together We Will
Welcome to Together We Will, a new campaign to support you to be active and stay active with your friends and family.
DSAuk has come together with the National Disability Sports Organisations and English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS), supported by Sport England to encourage disabled people to be more active.
Together We Will aims to support you to become healthier, stronger and have fun being active.
DSAuk are passionate about supporting people with dwarfism to be more active. Sport and recreational activities can build confidence and enhance the lives of people with dwarfism by improving their health and social interaction. We encourage and support children and adults to take part in activities at all levels.
Over the next three months we’ll be sharing stories from disabled people, about how and where they enjoy being active with friends and family. We’ll also help you to find useful information that can support you to be more active.
Remember, as well as helping us be happy and healthy, being active is a great social activity. It can help you meet people, make friends and give your sense of well-being a big boost.
Information and resources
Learn more about how DSAuk can help you to become healthier, stronger and have fun being active.
Visit the events page on the DSAuk website to find out what is happening in your local area.
To get more information on suitable activities or talk about the kind of activity you would like to be involved with, call the DSAuk office on 01246296485
Join the conversation on social media. Share your stories and show us how you’re being active with friends and family on Facebook and Twitter using #TogetherWeWill and #DSAmazing
Find out more about the National Disability Sports Organisations
Together We Will is brought to you by the National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs) in partnership with EFDS and is supported by Sport England.
DSAuk and the other NDSOs are a great starting point for many disabled people who want to be more active. We provide advice, support and opportunities for people of all ages with specific impairments. Find out more.