Disability Inclusion

Many community sporting clubs are already doing great things to welcome and include people with a disability into their club environment. Sometimes however, clubs may need a little bit of advice and support to actively encourage people with a disability to participate fully in the life of their club.

There are lots of simple things that your club can do to become the most welcoming and inclusive environment that it can, and create a place where everyone wants to be. Being known as having a welcoming and inclusive culture can make your club more appealing to a whole range of new participants, members, volunteers, sponsors and supporters.

Sports Focus is funded by Sport and Recreation Victoria to deliver the Access for All Abilities program across the Loddon Campaspe region.  Through this program, Sports Focus works with clubs to develop inclusive sport and recreation opportunities and environments for people of all abilities.

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If your club is looking for ways to engage people with a disability, Sports Focus can assist you with:

  • Help with where to start when considering providing an opportunity for people with a disability.
  • Assistance with the development of promotional material.
  • Promotion of club and inclusive opportunities to people with a disability through local disability service providers.
  • Advice on how to continue providing inclusive opportunities in to the future.

Why not CLICK HERE to contact Sports Focus today to find out more!

AAA PlayAAA Play is here to help you get more active. You can search for a nearby accessible sport or activity in our Find An Activity page.

Regularly participating in sport and active recreation is essential in maintaining a healthy body, a sense of well-being and promoting quality of life. Whether its basketball or swimming, soccer or cricket; AAA Play is committed to finding an opportunity for every person, no matter what the disability.

AAA Play provides an entry point for people who are seeking out a sport or recreation activity and will work with individuals to connect them to activities they wish to be involved in. Drawing on a network of State Sporting Associations, active community clubs, local governments and disability specific sport and recreation providers, AAA Play can link each person with a suitable sport or recreation activity. 

Get started now, visit AAA Play at aaavic.org.au!

Sports Focus is currently undertaking a Needs Analysis and Mapping Project. We would like to hear from people with a disability and their parents/carers/guardians.

To have your say please complete one of the surveys below.

Thank you, we appreciate your responses.


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Survey for people with a disability


Survey for parents, carers, guardians