Keeping People Active is a new project aimed at supporting adults with learning disabilities and/or autism across County Durham to keep active during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The project has been funded by County Durham Sport and will run for 20 weeks, offering daily interactive group exercise sessions with a qualified instructor. The sessions will be 30 minutes each day and will be delivered by video call.
You will be able to watch the instructor and they will be able to see you, so that they can support you to do exercise, making sure you are doing the exercise safely and correctly, and adapting exercises to meet your needs.
Sessions are fully accessible. We can loan you an iPad with brilliant accessibility features and using our software, we can guide you through how to use it remotely (the same way IT support works where they take control of your computer). If you don't have internet access we can provide a 4G-enabled iPad to get you online too.
You will receive a Keep Active Pack when you first sign up, including a fit-bit, a pack of resistance bands, a Bridge Creative water bottle and sports bag, and some Keep Active resources and activity print-outs.
You don't have to take part in every session, but we hope you will take part in as many as you can.
You will have access to our Keeping Active Facebook group - a closed group where you can socialise, meet new people, make friends, share progress, and take part in daily challenges to climb up the leader board!
To request a Keep Active Pack and start joining in with sessions, please Contact Us. You can join at any time.
Keep Active Packs include:
Contact us on 01388 449 410
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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