Netball Victoria strives to give every Victorian the opportunity to play netball. All Ability Netball provides that chance for people with a physical or intellectual disability to participate directly or indirectly in local clubs and associations.
Netball for All offers opportunities for everyone to participate in netball. All Ability Netball participants benefit from specialised netball clinics that concentrate on building their knowledge and skills while providing a fun and inclusive environment to enjoy the sport.
Netball Victoria strives to give every Victorian the opportunity to play our sport. All Ability Netball provides that chance for people with a physical or intellectual disability to participate directly or indirectly in local clubs and associations.
Netball Victoria is also committed to assisting our Associations, Leagues and Clubs to help them become more inclusive. It is a great opportunity to engage a wider portion of the population, increase the number of members and volunteers, and use facilities that may be under-utilised.
- Would you like to play All Ability Netball?
- Maybe you are more interested in coaching a team or umpiring a game?
- Or perhaps someone you know might be interested in joining the netball community?
- There are lots of inclusive and supportive clubs and associations around metropolitan Melbourne and Regional Victoria that may be able to help you.
Have a look at the list below to find one that suits you best.
Clubs and Associations
Being welcoming and inclusive is not only great for players, coaches, umpires and the larger community, it is brilliant for your club and/or association. It can help your club/association grow membership, engage more players, volunteers and officials and become a more vibrant organisation, among other benefits.
If your club or association is interested in developing an All Abilities team, club or competition, feel free to read the resources and case studies below for some inspiration. Or you can enquire about running Inclusion NetSetGo. Alternatively, you can contact Netball Victoria’s Inclusion Officer for further information.
For more information:
To get in contact with the clubs in these areas or for more information regarding anything All Abilities Netball in Victoria, please contact Lisa Picking, Inclusion Officer via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 9321 2244.
If you are a teacher or education provider and are looking for a program activity for a group to complete over a period of time, we offer an Inclusion NetSetGo program.
The Inclusion NetSetGo Program has been developed as a modified program for junior boys and girls, and teaches participants key netball development skills with activities using modified equipment and games based on their age and ability. It also provides children with an enjoyable and safe environment where they experience personal achievement, enhanced self-esteem, social cooperation and skill development.
To be eligible for the Inclusion NetSetGO program, schools and community-based organisations will need to provide proof of Public Liability Insurance. Netball Associations and Clubs may also apply.
For more information regarding Inclusion NetSetGo, please email: NetSetGO@netballvic.com.au or call 03 9321 2246
Netball Australia partners with Deaf Sports Australia (DSA) and Deaf Netball Australia (DNA) to provide education opportunities to SSA’s to build capacity and promote awareness in order to offer netball participation opportunities to hearing impaired and deaf participants. For more information:
Deaf Netball Victoria: deafnv.vic.netball.com.au