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Time to call time on negative perceptions of disabled sport
The Activity Alliance are debunking some of the myths behind disabled sport and the people who play it with their new 'Who Says' campaign.
Disabled people are twice as likely to be inactive as non-disabled yet half fear losing their benefits if they are seen to be physically active.
Who Says challenges six beliefs that are commonly voiced by some people including "It's not a real sport if you have to adapt it" to "Disabled people aren't competitive". You can watch short videos exploring each theme online.
The police and SCC have a new child exploitation toolkit explaining what to look out for and who to contact if have suspicions over abuse, gangs or drugs.
The Government have announced their plans to get the nation's schoolchildren moving more under their School Sport and Activity Action Plan.
Get out and be active but IF we have sun, make sure you stay hydrated and always remember to cover up and wear sunscreen - sunburn raises your cancer risk.
Parents: wondering how you'll tire the kids out over the holidays? Disney 10 min shake-ups have some games and ideas you can try to keep them amused.
According to Mind, poor mental health is the no.1 reason for workplace absence. They're offering organisations with under 250 workers free training.