Resources and Links

Check out these websites for tips on inclusive sports practices:

All In!

All In!

Blind Sport Australia

Blind Sport Australia

Deaf Sports Australia

Deaf Sports Australia

Disability Sports Australia

Disability Sports Australia

Disabled Wintersport Australia

Disabled Wintersport Australia

Empower Golf Australia

Empower Golf Australia

Life Stream Australia

Life Stream Australia

NICAN

NICAN

Play By the Rules

Play By the Rules

 

 

Riding for the Disabled Australia

Riding for the Disabled Australia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association

Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association

 

Here are a some inclusive sports organisation in your state:

Victoria

Wheelchair Sport Victoria

Disability Sport and Recreation in Victoria

Find Sport & Recreation options across Victoria that are just right for you: http://www.scoredsr.org.au/

 

South Australia 

Inclusive Sport SA

Disability & Recreation Sport SA

Western Australia

Inclusion WA

Wheelchair Sports WA

 

 

 

Northern Territory

Disabled Sports Association NT


4 Comments

Annah Stevens

November 12, 2014 at 6:06 am

Hi all, I am making enquiries for my granddaughter who is 8 years old. She would like to have a more interactive life with friends and playmates and enjoys group activities so I thought that she may wish to join one of yours. She lives in the north eastern suburbs of Adelaide. I would be very happy to receive any information you can offer, thanking you. Annah Stevens

Rumalie Buchanan

December 3, 2014 at 11:06 am

Is there a group like all kids can play on the Sunshine Coast Queensland? My son has cerebral palsy in his legs, and is reliant on a walker/ wheelchair. He completed in this years sanitarium tryathlon and finished with a smile.

Catherine

August 20, 2015 at 7:23 am

Hi, my name is Catherine and I’m the marketing and communications manager of Disability Sport & Recreation, in Victoria. I just wanted to point out that your resource link to Wheelchair Sport Victoria is actually to a Canadian website…

I also wanted to tell you that we have developed a free, interactive online directory of accessible and inclusive sport and recreation throughout Victoria. It’s called Score! (www.scoredsr.org.au) and it could be another useful resource to direct families and young people to. I’d be really happy to have a chat if you wanted to know more about what Score! is, who DSR is, and what we’re doing for people with disability, in particular young people. My number is 0412 142 070 or the office number is 03 9473 0133.

Thanks for you time, and keep up the great work for kids with disability.

Catherine

    btpadmin

    November 5, 2015 at 3:06 am

    Hi Catherine,

    Thank you for that I have amended the issue.

    That’s great we are looking ourselves to create a service where parents can connect with clubs that have inclusive teams and practices! I will put a link to that site on the page as I think it is exactly what people are after!

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