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Attitudes to sport and activity - can you help?

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EFDS, the English Federation of Disability Sport, are looking for disabled people who can help with their research into attitudes towards sport and activity.
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English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is the body for disabled people in sport and physical activity throughout England. Its aim is to increase opportunities for disabled people to play sport at all levels of participation.

Over the next few weeks, until the end of the year, EFDS are conducting a survey to better understand the general hobbies and interests of disabled people, and their attitudes and perceptions toward sport.  They are seeking active and non-active disabled people in England aged over 14 to complete the survey and have asked for CTC's help to reach as many people as possible.

Complete the online survey  - or, they are also offering telephone or face-to-face interviews for some people.  For more information, see the EFDS website

 

 

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