We hear from Immy, who is a tennis coach in Pershore, on her advice for coaching people with Down’s syndrome.
This is a guest blog from Alex who attended our summer camps and regularly attends the Shooters Hill Tennis sessions.
As summer came back for one glorious mid-September weekend, Coventry Sky Blues in the Community and Inspire2Coach Warwick University joined forces to put on a fantastic festival of sport.
For the past 7 years, Thursday evening has signified the running of their DSActive tennis session, one of the DSActive team dropped by
We recently met with Edward and we wanted to find out how he got involved in sports.
On 15 June 2019, DSActive hosted their first National Tennis Festival at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton. The festival was open to players with Down’s syndrome for all levels.
“I’ve been lucky enough to see two brilliant sessions this weekend, one in Pershore and one in Hale.”
The DSActive team spend a lot of time on the road travelling around the country visiting sports clubs and events on the weekends. One of the weekend visits we always look forward to is a trip down to the south coast to the town of Bournemouth. One of the DSActive team recently went to visit […]
It was a crisp day down near Brighton as The Weald prepared to host its first DSActive tennis session. Coffees were readied, cones were set up and the banner was erected as the chatter began with all interested to see how the new session would pan out.
The DSActive team have been working with the Lawn Tennis Association to offer a workshop as a CPD course for tennis clubs who want to increase their disability provision. Find out what happened…