Benefits Beyond Exercise

Community Inclusion through the Power of Sport

“Sport provides a platform for acquiring life skills”

Hilary beeton

Research shows that daily physical activity enhances not only an individual’s self-esteem and peer relationships but also results in increased achievement and better health, enabling a higher quality of life.   

Sport can provide immediate and long-term relief to people with disabilities who are often plagued with health issues, poor social skills and lack of self-esteem.

On the emotional and psychological levels, sport helps in developing stronger self-esteem and a personal sense of worth and alleviates depression and anxiety.

Essentially, sport can enhance the lives of the disabled and help them lead a more fulfilling and productive life.