Give it a Go: including people with disabilities - $35.00
This 200-page full colour book (also available as an audio CD set) examines:
- issues of inclusion
- the principles of adapting and modifying for individual difference
- practical ideas on adapting
- strategies that sports clubs and organisations can use to attract people with disabilities as members
- the implications of sport and physical activity for individuals with various physical, intellectual, sensory and health conditions.
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What is Disability Sport?
The CD-ROM is a self-paced learning tool that covers both the broad aspects of disability sport, and classification in particular.
The material is highly interactive, containing over 100 video clips and images, interviews with athletes, classifiers and coaches, and a comprehensive workbook. All units have specific learning outcomes attached to them, each containing a ten-question multiple-choice quiz and a case study designed to test understanding.
Opening Doors: getting people with disability involved in sport and recreation
This resource provides sport and recreation organisations with practical information and ideas on including people with disability in sport and recreation.
A series of case studies explores the strategies employed by generic service providers to attract and retain people with disabilities as members.
Download your free copy of the Opening Doors booklet.
Teachers Talk About...experiences of inclusive physical activity
This resource explores the real life day-to-day experiences of teachers who provide sport and physical activity programs for children.
The teachers’ stories offer solutions, useful information and a critical understanding of inclusive practice and the needs of individuals with a disability.
Download your free copy of the Teachers Talk About Booklet.