Health Risk and Behaviours
Our world is gradually waking up to the fact that if you have a disability it does not necessarily mean that you are unable to partake in recreational activities.
This is being seen through organisations and people with disabilities being recognised for their achievements. For example:
As society is gradually embracing people with disabilities, organisations are starting to fund ventures that promote inclusion through participation.
The area not being seen though is in the area of Health Risks. This includes things such as:
To list a few.
Facts related to this are shown below.
“Health risk factors and behaviours
Health risk factors and behaviours—such as poor diet, physical inactivity, tobacco smoking and excessive alcohol consumption—can have a detrimental effect on a person’s health.
Health conditions often affected by diet include:
Reference: AIHW’s main report People with disability in Australia.”