A new campaign to highlight the
benefits of sport in helping people
recover from serious injuries and
other major traumas in their lives has been
To coincide with National Paralympic Day,
the “Don’t Quit, Do It” campaign features
a series of videos of our clients who have
used sport to help overcome their injuries
including wheelchair badminton, amputee
cycling, rowing and horseriding.
There are 9.4 million people with disabilities
in the UK but only one in six takes part in
sport regularly, and Irwin Mitchell hopes
that the campaign will also encourage more
people to get involved.
Experts at Irwin Mitchell find that sport
not only helps with physical aspects of
rehabilitation but can also motivate and
inspire people with disabilities to get involved
in new activities and learn to come to terms
with their new situation.
Those featured in the videos have all suffered
injuries and have instructed Irwin Mitchell
to help them with their rehabilitation
programmes. Some are now even competing
at a high level in disability sport and are
representing GB in various competitions.
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