This factsheet helps sports to consider the safeguarding measures required for young people with additional vulnerabilities and support needs.
This factsheet supports staff, coaches and volunteers within sport to consider how to include deaf and disabled children within their activities.
This factsheet outlines what a learning disability or intellectual impairment is and how this affects the individual when processing and making sense of information.
This factsheet helps sports to consider personal care responsibilities for disabled young athletes.
This factsheet provides guidance for sports clubs and organisations on how to have a person-centred approach to disability.
This briefing provides an overview of sexually harmful behaviour in children and young people and recommends ways in which to address worrying behaviour.
Listening to and engaging with children and young people participating in your club or activity can have positive benefits for your club.
A good-practice example from Kent Sport. They have developed their 'Safeguarding adults at risk in sport' policy to safeguard adults at risk from potential abuse.
Two clubs provide an example of dedication to disability golf through their inclusive golf programmes.