Sense Active have launched a new programme aiming to improve the quality of tennis provision for people with complex disabilities, in partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association and LUSU Sports. The programme reimagines the way activities are delivered to help ensure the benefits and outcomes gained from playing tennis can be achieved by people with complex disabilities.

The Sensory Tennis programme includes a best practice toolkit, on-demand videos and local mentoring to help provide an understanding on why and when Sensory Tennis is needed and how to deliver, plan and evaluate Sensory Tennis activities with a person-centred approach.

It is aimed at those supporting people with complex disabilities to be active including tennis coaches, care workers, teachers or family members and is designed to be used as part of tennis clubs’ provision, in educational settings, disability support services or at home.

For more information or for additional support, visit www.sense.org.uk/sensory-tennis or contact Alice Miller, Sport & Physical Activity Coordinator on 07599 104405 or by emailing [email protected].