As the national governing body for swimming in England, we cover every area of swimming.
From learners to teachers, athletes to coaches, we support people to achieve their best in the water. Our tutor programmes and CPDs ensure everyone involved in the delivery of swimming is highly trained.
Beat COVID is currently running a ‘Get Prepared’ campaign to protect the wellness of our invaluable NHS staff through this difficult period of the pandemic. Beat COVID’s focus is on four key areas of lifestyle related change: mindfulness, nutrition, sleep and physical activity. The initiative was set up by junior doctor James Grove and newly qualified doctor William Gao.
The Children’s Sleep Charity is a national, award-winning charity supporting children with sleep issues. They provide support for families and accredited training for professionals and commercial organisations.
Lost Chord is an innovative charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and well-being of those living with dementia using interactive musical stimuli to increase their general awareness and self esteem.
The Institute for Outdoor Learning (IOL) is the professional body for organisations and individuals who use the outdoors to make a difference for others. We are driven by a vision of Outdoor Learning as a highly valued form of development, education and employment in UK society.
The mission of Plant-Based Health Professionals UK is to provide evidence-based education for health-professionals and the general public on plant-based nutrition and other lifestyle interventions for the prevention and treatment of chronic disease.
At PBHO our mission is to help you reach your best health in the easiest way possible. We aim to achieve this by supporting you through simple but evidence-based lifestyle changes.
Penny Brohn UK is a national charity specialising in a holistic approach to cancer, known as the Bristol Whole Life Approach. We’ve helped and supported thousands of people through their experience of cancer for over 35 years and we know our approach really does work.
East Lothian Cardio-pulmonary Rehabilitation Group is a small charity, established in 1992, aiming to offer gentle exercise, relaxation, and advice for patients living in East Lothian who have heart problems, who may have undergone heart surgery, suffer lung problems, have diabetes or just want to get fitter through our “Rest of Life Programme” (ROLP). Gentle exercises for all.
Our vision and aspiration is that by working together and working in more flexible and innovative ways, we can not only deliver improved access for patients but also improve our working lives.