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NCHPAD - Building Healthy Inclusive Communities

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Youth Sports Graphics


Help share the message that youth sports are for everyone!  Click to download and use these graphics below on disability, access and inclusion in youth sports and physical activity. 
 
 
 
Image 1: The benefits of physical activity and sport are universal for all children.
 
 
Image 2: Inclusion in physical activity and sport is how youth learn from each other, build social skills and optimize their growth and development.
 
 
Image 3: Obesity rates for children with disabilities are 38% higher.  Equitable access to physical activity and sport can change that!
 
 
Image 4: It's time to end the exclusion of youth with disabilities from physical activity, sport, recreation and play!
 
 
Image 5: Inclusive physical activity and sport programs can have a positive impact on social cohesion.
 
 
Image 6: Increasing physical activity and sport for youth with disabilities is a societal, not just an individual responsibility.
 
 
Image 7: Youth with disabilities have the right to play with equitable and safe access to sport and physical activity opportunities, services and resources.
 
 
Image 8: Universal design of sport, activity and play equipment and facilities breaks down barriers and stigmas, fostering inclusive communities that contribute to sustainable development, health and well-being for all.

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