CP Can Do
CP Can Do Adapted Sports Programme
The CP Can Do adapted sports programme is funded by St James’s Place Charitable Foundation.
These adapted sports include RaceRunning, Frame Football, Touch Golf and Table Cricket.
The programme aims are to:
- Provide participants with the opportunity to try new, adapted sports and further their skills.
- To raise the profile of adapted sports
- To up-skill coaches
- Embed adapted sports into mainstream clubs and organisations.
- Improve participant’s physical and emotional well being through adapted sport.
- Improve participant’s sporting and personal skills
- Improve participant’s self-belief and self-confidence.
- To provide training to young leaders, volunteers, coaches and clubs.
We provide a number of exciting opportunities that offer our adapted sports. These include:
These camps give participants the chance to explore new sports in their area with local clubs and organisations delivering taster sessions throughout the day. You can find more information on SportStart here.
RaceRunning Taster Days
A RaceRunner is a three wheeled frame where the athlete is supported by a saddle and body plate. The athlete propels against the frame using their feet, and steers using the mobility within their hands and/or arms. You can find out more about RaceRunning here.
Table Cricket Activator Courses
The game involves a table tennis table, or similar surface area, side panels with sliding fielders, a ball launcher, a plastic ball and a wooden bat to simulate a game of cricket. You find out more about Table Cricket here.
Frame Football Resources and opportunities
Cerebral Palsy Sport have designed, developed and trialled Frame Football and is designed for participants who use walking/gait training equipment such as a Frame or Walker. You find out more about Frame Football here.
You can also find all of our upcoming opportunities on our events page here.