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Infographic. Communicate physical activity guidelines for disabled children and disabled young people

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  • Contributors BS led the project with support from CF. BS, JN, PJ and LB managed the coproduction process. BS and CF outlined the manuscript and supplementary material. All authors contributed to the development and writing of the work.

  • Funding Department of Health and Social Care and the Economic and Social Research Council (Durham University Impact Acceleration Account).

  • Competing interests LB reports as the Get Yourself Active Programme Manager of Disability Rights UK. Disability Rights UK is the leading charity of its kind in the UK. We are run by and for people with lived experience of disability or health conditions. BB and JB report as employers for the Department of Health and Social Care.

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