PACC Training

Physical Activity Clinical Champion (PACC) training is aimed at practicing healthcare professionals (HCPs) who want to increase their knowledge and skills in having conversations around physical activity linked to personalised care.

This year, 144 healthcare professionals – from GPs and Nurses to Digital Champions and Social Prescribing Link Workers – have received training that we were involved in. No local data is available yet, but PACC training has been shown to help increase knowledge and confidence and shows that following training HCPs have conversations with patients about physical activity more often.


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Sophie Etheridge – Adaptive Athlete

Sophie Etheridge – Adaptive Athlete “I have always swum but not always been disabled…” Sophie, a determined and passionate individual, has faced numerous challenges since her cycling accident in 2011.

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Disability Active Lifestyle Framework​

Once this framework has been published, we encourage partners to consider how they can implement the framework to make a real change for disabled people to access physical activity, sport, and leisure in the way they want, when they want, with no barriers placed on them by society.

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Walking Football

In partnership with the South Care Partnership, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough ICS and Cambridge United Community Trust, Living Sport are coordinating a walking football project in South Cambridgeshire running from March 2023.

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