Activity on Referral
'Activity on Referral' is a county wide scheme whereby GP's and Health Professionals can refer physically inactive people onto a tailor-made exercise programme to assist and support them to make healthier lifestyle choices.
How does it work?
If your GP or Health Professional feels your health or medical condition would benefit from you becoming more active, you could be referred to your local leisure facility. A qualified instructor will then prescribe a personal exercise programme for you, which will be carried out under the safe guidance and supervision of qualified instructors.
Who is it for?
To be eligible for the scheme you must be; over the age of 16, inactive, and suffer from a medical condition that would benefit from a programme of exercise. You may qualify for the scheme if you:
If you think you are eligible for the scheme then you need to contact you GP or Practice Nurse and ask about being referred onto the programme.
Once referred onto the scheme by your GP or Practice Nurse you will need to contact your preferred AoR Accredited Leisure Facility (listed below) to book in for a consultation with a fitness instructor. The instructor will carry out some simple health checks, discuss your choice of activities and then write you an exercise programme specific to your goals. The programme will last for 12 weeks and will be under the supervision of trained instructors.
How much does it cost?
There is a small charge for the activity sessions, which is offered at a subsidised rate. The cost of these sessions will vary depending on the activity and facility.
Accredited Activity on Referral Sites
Redwell Leisure Centre
Sport & Physical Activity Manager
- 01604 366455