Whilst we can’t get in the swimming pool to support people at the moment, we thought we would use this opportunity to share some knowledge. This is an open space, so if you have ideas for a topic or feedback, please do get in touch. We want to hear from you.
Learn about mental health and its link to disability, and become an ally for people who need help.
Asthma is the most common lung condition and yet many people do not understand what it’s like to live with asthma.
Whether you are a wheelchair user or spend most of your time sitting, the seated exercises will help you with flexibility and posture.
It’s Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week, a chance to learn more about this lifelong condition.
Whilst the majority of people with Parkinson’s disease are over 50 years old, some people are diagnosed much younger.
Whether you are interested in fundraising, communication, volunteer or swimming management, there’s an opportunity for you to make a difference.
Learn more about autism to help create a society that works for autistic people.
As part of Purple Day, we share information about how volunteers can help swimmers with epilepsy.
On 21 March, we’ll be celebrating World Down Syndrome Day which affects 40,000 people in the UK alone.
Thoughts on women and girls with disabilities, and how much further we must challenge ourselves to support them