Opportunities for People with Health Conditions to be Physically Active in a Safe Environment


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If you work as a Health Professional, or work in the NHS, in Scotland, Wales and England our members can help.


Charitable Trusts can support the freeing up of clinicians and the Government’s putting patients first approach by providing access to tailored and supervised physical activity and cultural activity at the right time in the optimal care setting and, ultimately, reducing the overall burden on the health sector.


Trusts can support the delivery of NHS priorities, including; improving outcomes in population health, tackling inequalities and supporting broader social and economic development through prehabilitation, rehabilitation and preventative services.


And because they are rooted in their communities, they are able to build a relationship of mutual trust, enabling them to link patients with other health and community services.


We’re encouraging all health professionals to connect with their local Charitable Trust, visit them to find out how they can support you, and collaborate with them moving forward.


Kirsty Cumming, CEO of Community Leisure UK, said:


“Our members are in a unique position to support the NHS and Health Professionals across the UK.


“Charitable Trusts can support with mental health, integrating care into communities, reducing social isolation, support for healthy ageing as well as dealing with the demand on services following the impact of the pandemic.


“They are ideally positioned to support some of the NHS’ most pressing challenges, including managing increased demand for health and social care, reducing waiting lists, providing early interventions to prevent and reduce health complications and improve people’s wellbeing.


“We’d encourage all health professionals to reach out and connect with their local Charitable Trust and see how they can support.”


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