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provision of exercise for three different sport groups
Transcript of provision of exercise for three different sport groups
Today sports provisions for dissabled are greatly improved from 20 years ago, with 20% of the population being dissabled.
Boccia is a sport similar to bowls for athletes with a disability, also available at Active Zone Lakes College.
Workington sports center has fun multi sports coaching session for young people aged 12 - 19 with a disability for learning difficulties. It runs from 4.45pm - 5.50pm and the cost is £1.50.
ActiveZone at Lakes College and whitehaven sports center has equipment that provides a full body work out for most disabled people, including cycling machines for the arms.
The facility provides staff who are trained to provide support for disabled users to develop training programmes and also to support disabled users to take part in sport effectively.
Disability Sports Available In Cumbria
The Watchtree Wheelers Cycle Center is near Great Orton, it provides a safe and friendly environment for people to experience riding a bike. Their aim is to provide facilities, equipment and leadership to promote cycling for people with a disability.
Keswick Leisure Pool and Netherhall Community Sports Centre run swimming sessions for children with disabilities and their families.
Active Cumbria is a partnership of local agencies committed to increasing participation in sport and physical activities for abled and disabled people within Cumbria.
Allerdale Borough Council in partnership with Carlisle Leisure Ltd operate accessible leisure facilities in Cockermouth, Keswick and Workington.
Sport/Activities For Older People
Cockermouth Leisure Centre.
Wednesday 1.00 - 4.00. Fitness / exercise class with qualified instructor, badminton & table tennis.
Friday afternoon - Indoor bowls, Discounted gym & swim sessions for members of the U3A.
Prime Time Club
Monday & Friday 9.00am - 12noon. Badminton Friday 9.00 - 10.00am free swimming funded jointly by Age Concern .
50+ Swim. Monday 2.30-3.30pm & Wednesday 3.00-4.00pm. Adult swimming lessons.The Leisure Access Card is available to senior citizens.
Keswick Leisure Pool
Primetime Club. Over 50's exercise session.
Relax and Swim. Adults only swimming session.
Workington Leisure Centre & Pools
Swimming, Aerobics, Badminton. Swimming is free at certain times. 50+. Monday & Wednesday mornings.
The Wave Centre
Wednesday 7.30pm – 9pm, £4.50 per person. The Ballroom Dancing class at The Wave Centre is ideal for those who have done a few turns in their time as well as those who think they have two left feet.
Experienced instructors, Anne and Sid, teach a different dance every fortnight so you can drop into the session at anytime. Go and visit and you’ll soon find out that you can keep fit, have fun and learn something new.
Expert Patients Programme
For people who have a long term health condition that rules their life and would like to take back control, then the Experts Patients programme can help.
Trained volunteers who have a long term illness themselves are running courses that can help people to deal with pain and extreme tiredness, use relaxation techniques and exercise, cope with feelings of depression, understand their symptoms and how their condition affects them, plan for the future, eat healthily, communicate with family, friends and health professionals
whitehaven sports center has football and basic skills for children every saturday morning. 9.30-10.30 is 3 - 4 year olds, 10.30-11.30 is 4 - 6 year olds, 11-30-12.30 over 6 year olds.
Lorton Street Badminton Club
Tues: 20:30 - 22:00, Fri: 20:30 - 22:00, At: Cockermouth Leisure Centre
Cockermouth Cricket Club
Meets: Mon, Weds: 18:00 - 20:00, Tues: 16:00 - 18:00, Thur: 18:30 - 20:00, Fri - Sun : Matches at Cockermouth Cricket Club, Sandair, Gote Road Ages: 7 - Adult
Fees: Annual: £25 (£10 Jnrs), Per Session: £1 Jnrs. Coaching available for juniors, pavillion available for functions, senior matches on Saturday & Sunday, under 15`s on Fri.
Compare And Contrast/Analyse
local sports centers i.e whitehaven and workington cater for dissabled people with specific doors, lifts and shower blocks in their facilities
Sports centers staff have relevant training and qualifications i.e level 1 in sport for assistant coaching upto level 4 for individual coaching, and provide specific classes for dissabled people. but instead of needing a specific level qualifications to work with elderly you just need coaching level 1 or 2.
Marketing And Engagement
Active Zone have specific disabled sessions on at certain times of the week for activities like boccia and fitness, disability football, zumba and fitness. Schools have after school clubs, there isnt many classes for older people though apart from gp refferals and bowling clubs. there isnt many specific clubs for disabled people under the age of 16
for younger people there is more of a chance to access facilities for sports in cumbria, and wider range of sports and exercise than compared to dissabled for an example after school clubs like seaton junior and infants that involve Karate, football and multi skills classes that cover lots of discaplins.
Advertisment for disabled people is minimal in cumbria, with very little infomation around towns etc about certain events. they only have a small flyer for only a few exercises and sports for the disabled but in the whitehaven sports centre they advertise lot of activities for young people which proves their is more advertisement for oportunities if you are not as disabled.
There is lots of development in the area for younger children, for example Sport England Small Grants Programme uses lottery funding to make awards of between £300 and £10,000 to not-for-profit organisations to help more young people (14+). whitehaven sports center has specific activities through out the week for kids under the age of 16 but the activezone doesnt have specific activities throughout the week for kids but they do have summer camps for football and sports.
The fab and 50 programme is being separated with the Carlisle leisure limited and the Carlisle city council which is runned through the sport and physical activity alliance which is the SPAA initiative. This programme has recently been added within 2013 and has added in some other specific sessions throughout the week which the fab and fifty members can access for just £1.50 per session but on Thursdays you pay £3 for as many activities that you would like to participate within.
09.20 - 09.50 Monday Quick Spin
10.00 - 10.30 Tuesday Quick Spin
13.30 - 14.15 Tuesday Aerobics 50+
11.00 - 12.00 Wednesday Body Balance
11.25 - 12.00 Wednesday Prime Time Yoga
12.15 - 13.00 Wednesday Prime Time Fatburner
09.00 - 17.00 Thursday Drop in Gym Sessions
09.25 - 09.55 Thursday Prime Time Spinning
10.00 - 10.45 Thursday Body Balance
11.00 - 11.45 Thursday Pilates
11.00 - 11.45 Thursday Seated Aerobics
13.00 - 14.00 Thursday Golfit with Stephen Ling
13.30 - 14.30 Thursday Line Dancing
14.00 - 15.00 Thursday Body Conditioning with Dave
14.15 - 15.45 Thursday Racquetball free play
08.00 - 17.00 Thursday's Swimming in 25m pool
08.00 - 17.00 Thursday's Turkish Health Suite
11.00 - 12.00 Thursday's Swimming
12.00 - 12.45 Thursday's 50+ Water Aerobics
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