Penny Briscoe, Director of Sport at the British Paralympic Association, said: "We know from our experience with talent initiatives in the past that they can be a really important way of identifying the World Champions and Paralympians of the future. The last Paralympic Potential campaign that was run inspired a number of stars and we are confident that the UK Talent Team will find us some more talented athletes this time around.
"London 2012 provided us with an incredible opportunity to inspire disabled and non-disabled people alike. Hopefully with this campaign we will reach out to those who watched British athletes on TV or in the stadia at the Paralympics last year and who thought to themselves 'I would love that to be me next time around'. This is their chance."
There are six official impairment groups: amputees, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, vision impairment, learning disability and a group known as "Les Autres" (the others) which includes impairments not covered in the other groups.
The team is looking for UK passport holders with a sporting background in any sport and desire, commitment and a determination to win.
The first wave of applications closes on 15 June and assessment days will be held throughout the UK. To find out more, go to www.paralympics.org.uk/potential
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