After a summer packed full of sport, the English Federation of Disability Sport and the National Disability
Sport Organisations – of which UKDS is one – are working together to ensure all disabled people can be active for life.
National Disability Sport Organisations (NDSOs) provide opportunities for people with specific impairments to take part in, as well as offer advice and support.
For many disabled people, the NDSOs are the starting point to get involved in sport and if they choose to develop their talent.
NDSOs also support National Governing Bodies of sport to deliver more inclusive programmes. Each NDSO
has an appointed advisor to look after the Inclusive Sport programme, who are supported by EFDS.
The person carrying out this role for UK Deaf Sport is Lee Dolby
. Lee can be contacted on T: 01905 746301 Ext 322 or E: [email protected]
“There are so many sports on offer, at various locations and levels. You do not have to be a talented athlete
to enjoy sport. With so many participation opportunities on offer, everyone can find a sport or activity of
For weekly activities, add them on the DotComUnity website: www.dotcomunity.co.uk
. DotComUnity is a partner of EFDS.
To contact one of the other National Disability Sport Organisation, see the list below:
EFDS contacts for further information
Ray Ashley, Partnership Manager (NDSOs),
Sarah Marl, Marketing and Communications Manager