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Published 16 February 2022

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This publication is available at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/physical-activity-guidelines-disabled-children-and-disabled-young-people/physical-activity-for-disabled-children-and-disabled-young-people-text-of-the-infographic
UK Chief Medical Officers’ physical activity guidelines for disabled children and disabled young people 2022.
The infographic was co-produced with disabled children, disabled young people, parents and carers.
Getting and staying active is about:
For good health benefits, do 20 minutes of physical activity per day.
When starting, build up slowly. Ask: can you do this today?
Do bitesize chunks of physical activity throughout the day.
Do challenging but manageable strength and balance activities 3 times per week.
Small amounts of physical activity are good for you as well.
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