All Kids Can Play will help sporting clubs to include children of all abilities to play in mainstream sports teams. __________________________________________________ All Kids Can Play aims to have 50 teams sign up 50 kids with disabilities to play a mainstream sport.
1. Register your interest and receive our research and toolkits by filling in our “Register Your Interest” online form below. __________________________________________________ 2. Speak to your sporting club and school about how to get All Kids Playing. __________________________________________________ 3. Invite a child with disability to join your team! __________________________________________________ Congratulations Five Dock All Saints Netball Club
All Kids Can Play “Team Captains” are Ben Droll from Break Thru People Solutions and Bec Ho at Touched by Olivia. They would love to hear from you! Share your stories, get involved and join the All Kids Can Play Team. __________________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
All Kids Can Play is excited to launch the I Day Handball Challenge in the lead up to International Day of People with Disability this year. The I Day Handball Challenge is founded on the principle that All Kids Can Play. Our team will be visiting schools to talk to the students about how toRead More
Ashleigh Hamilton is showing the world that even with a brace she can join in with team sports! This 11 year old netballer has been recognised for her determination and enthusiasm for the sport and nominated for a News Local Junior Sports Star Award. Article from the Parramatta AdvertiserRead More
While 64% of Australians enjoy regular sport, this is the case for only 23% of people with a disability. All Kids Can Play will bridge the barrier enabling and encouraging clubs to include children with disabilities. Two organisations have come together to launch this campaign – Break Thru People Solutions andRead More