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Disabled People

By getting active, people with physical and learning disabilities can improve their strength, coordination, and balance, which can make them more independent and feel better about themselves. Regular exercise can also help prevent health problems like heart disease and obesity. For people with learning disabilities, being active can also help with their memory and communication skills and give them a sense of pride in their achievements. Plus, participating in adapted sports or inclusive physical activities can be a great way to feel part of a community and make new friends. Overall, sports and exercise can make a huge difference in the physical, cognitive, and social well-being of people with disabilities.

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Hear the stories of local people getting active with a disability.