Go Ability Trust are happy to announce that InclusLive Sport will return for three multi-sport sessions during the February Half Term – providing FREE sports activities for adults with learning disabilities! Sessions will include fun & games, multi-sports, yoga, fitness and exercise. Funding for these sessions have been provided by supporters of the Go Ability […]Read More InclusLive Sport return for 2019!
‘Thanks to Go Ability it has been great to visit new groups further afield this time…’Read More InclusLive Multisport Review No.2
Go Ability Trust supports adults with learning disabilities to make healthier choices, to get fitter and to enjoy regular recreational opportunities and exercise in the community. Through improving access and increasing availability, The Trust aims to empower these individuals to choose how they spend their leisure time. With your help, we can make this happen. […]Read More Go Ability Trust’s Winter Appeal
Go Ability Trust are excited to announce the grand total raised by The Corner Tap, Faversham and its wonderful supporters last month … *£1,027.11* Six brave members of the Faversham micro-pub got together to undertake a Tough Mudder event in September, raising funds for Go Ability Trust in the process. On September 29th, following their […]Read More Corner Tap in Faversham Gets Muddy For Go Ability
The Trust are looking for research volunteers who can help increase our impact in the community… Who we are: Go Ability Trust empowers adults with learning disabilities in East Kent by supporting their independence and increasing access to health, social and leisure opportunities. See our mission objectives for more information. Go Ability Trust: Work with local […]Read More Volunteer Roles: Community Research Assistants
InclusLive Sport Project Inspires Disability Groups: August 13-17: A week of inclusive and varied sports activities for adults with learning disabilities have generated new plans between Go Ability Trust and InclusLive Sport – in the hope of creating innovative ways to engage isolated members of the community to take up a sport in Kent. Alternating […]Read More A Week of Sport with InclusLive & Go Ability
Students, staff and volunteers at The John Graham Centre are taking part in a sponsored walk in Tankerton on Wednesday 26th September, raising funds for Go Ability Trust. Go Ability Trust’s mission is to empower adults with learning disabilities in East Kent by supporting their independence & increasing access to health, social & leisure opportunities. The Trust is delighted to […]Read More John Graham Centre: Sponsored Walk for Go Ability!
The votes are in, the people have spoken & the name of the new wheel potential trike is… BILLY! Our student reps chose their favourite names for the recently funded trike – now at Wheel Potential – leaving the public to decide online between Tony Elizabeth, Billy or Willow. Using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and an online […]Read More ‘And The Winner Is…’
One of Go Ability Trust’s objectives is to raise awareness of accessible services in East Kent – so adults with learning disabilities can see what’s out there and get involved. This month’s 10 Minute Interview is with Tom Tsangarides (above), Director of Incluslive Sport InclusLive Sport delivers fully inclusive sport and exercise sessions to children and adults. They […]Read More 10 Minute Interview: InclusLive Sport
Go Ability Kicks Thursday Mornings from July 19 2018 (see event listings on Facebook) Kent FA & Go Ability Kick Start FREE Football Sessions From Thursday 19th July, FREE weekly football coaching sessions for adults with learning disabilities will be running at Polo Farm Sport Club, courtesy of Kent FA and Go Ability Trust. For […]Read More Kent FA & Go Ability Kick Start FREE Football Sessions