National Center on Physical Activity and Disability

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Disability Assistance
December 19, 2018

Overview

The National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) is an on-line resource for research and practice information in the area of health promotion and physical activity for persons with disabilities. The primary focus of the center's approach is to collaborate with the nation's leading health advocacy and disability organizations in linking them to the hundreds of program initiatives ongoing across the nation, and using this framework to build inclusion and integration into these existing programs. See more at http://www.nchpad.org/Aboutus#sthash.65DLtkpS.dpuf.

Administration

National Center on Physical Activity and Disability is administered by Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Program Requirements:

This program provides information about physical activity and recreation for people with disabilities and does not distribute monetary benefits. This information is accessible to all.

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