This chapter discusses three general issues that are important to consider when formulating physical activity communications for people with disabilities: benefits, barriers, and readiness to receive information. When communicating to people with disabilities, it may also be important to consider the person's readiness to receive physical activity information. However, people with disabilities are still largely overlooked and excluded from physical activity-promoting initiatives. Moreover, research that addresses how to communicate and implement the results of physical activity-promoting research into disability communities is lacking. The chapter discusses what is known about physical activity communication to people with disabilities by using a framework developed to translate health-related research findings into action. It uses principles of knowledge translation to organize and present what is currently known about physical activity communications for people with physical disabilities. Relatively little research has been conducted in this area.