Inclusion Forum 10th March 2020

Join us in exploring collaborative solutions and partnership opportunities to enable you to better support disabled people to be active and stay active for life

Get Berkshire Active will be hosting an Inclusion Forum on Tuesday 10th March from 10am-3pm at Reading Football Club, Madejski Stadium, Reading, RG2 0FL.

This event will be suitable for

  • Sports Development Officers
  • Sport/activity providers
  • Sports/Activity coaches/leaders/deliverers
  • Public Health Programme Officers
  • Disability Organisations/Charities
  • Inclusion Officers
  • Facilities & Leisure Providers
  • Day Service Operators
  • Exercise referral specialists

The aims of the forum are to provide a platform for the physical activity and disability sector to come together to share good practice, network and explore new and improved inclusive opportunities for disabled people.

We are pleased to announce Helen Newberry; Engagement Advisor from the Activity Alliance as guest speaker who will share information on the national and regional picture, discuss the resources available for local organisations and share good practice. We will also hear from a range of local disability organisations offering expertise and exploring collaborative solutions and partnership opportunities to enable organisations to better support disabled people to be active and stay active for life.

A full agenda will be published in due course.

To book your place please CLICK HERE.

We look forward to seeing you in March.

A bit more about our speakers and some of the organisations attending.....

Helen Newberry

Helen Newberry

Engagement Advisor (South West)

Activity Alliance

Helen joined Activity Alliance as an Engagement Advisor in 2017. Covering the South West region, Helen supports key strategic partners to be more effective in enabling more disabled people be more active. Helen also has a background in Public Health working in the field of physical activity and nutrition.



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Sport in Mind

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Sport in Mind ® is an independent mental health charity (unaffiliated to Mind and not part of the local Mind network) founded in Berkshire in 2010 with a simple mission:

"To improve the lives of people experiencing mental health problems through sport and physical activity"

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Berkshire Vision

Berkshire Vision

We provide vital practical and friendly support, sport and activities to visually impaired children and adults, and their families in Berkshire. Helping to develop confidence and live independent lives safely.

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Slough CVS

Slough CVS

Slough CVS exists to support and develop the voluntary sector in Slough. Acting as an umbrella body we bring continuity to the sector while enabling members to continue delivering vital support to the local community.

We believe that the voluntary sector underpins the fabric of our society and by acting together we ensure that small groups have a big voice in Slough and the surrounding area.

We are passionate about helping small charities to work more effectively in the local community and provide the best training, advice, support, and tools so that groups can provide the best outcomes for users in a safe and practical way.

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