Special Olympics Australia in partnership with Sport and Recreation Victoria have just released a new FREE online learning course called An Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder
Looking to create a more inclusive sporting environment? Check out this new online coaching course for people with an intellectual disability developed by @soaustralia.
Inclusive activity cards for all levels of ability designed to develop children's skills, confidence and motivation for sports-based activities.
This resource kit has been prepared for volunteers and staff who play an important role in the provision of quality sport and active recreation experiences for people with disabilities.
This is a list of resources to provide information about inclusion in sport. SIA hopes these resources give ideas and strategies for consideration.
The aim of this resource is to share local knowledge about
how to include more young people in sporting clubs and give ideas, resources, contacts, and practical ways to help young people of all abilities participate in local sporting and recreation clubs.
This guide provides advice, ideas, contacts and practical ways that your club can become more inclusive of people with a disability. View PDF
Vicsport aims to raise awareness and assist State Sport Associations, Clubs, Leagues and Associations to spread positive messages about the benefits of diversity and inclusion in sport.
Provides information, resources, tools and free online training to increase the capacity and capability of administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators to assist them in preventing and dealing with discrimination, harassment, child safety, inclusion and integrity issues in sport.
Club Help has been developed as a "one stop shop" for local sporting clubs.
This podcast is part of a series that highlights adjustments that can be made in the classroom to enable students with disability to access and participate in education on the same basis as their peers.