In Wyndham we have clubs and organisations who specifically offer activities and programs for people with disabilities. We also have clubs that aim to be inclusive, including participants in mainstream activities where modifications are possible. In 2023 we will be working to help clubs on their journey to becoming more inclusive.

ASD Academy - Football sessions for kids with Autism

  • ASD Academy run by Hoppers Crossing Soccer Club with KS Foundation
  • Runs termtime on Saturdays at 11am

Venue: Grange Reserve, 260 - 280 Hogans road, Hoppers Crossing, 3029

For information contact jess@hopperscrossingsc.com.au

Werribee All Abilities Basketball Club

  • Programs include all abilities: Tuesdays after school/ evening, termtime, age 5 years upwards
  • Walking Basketball: Thursdays 1pm
  • Wheelchair Basketball Come and Trys: Sundays 7.30pm (Nov/ Dec 2022)
  • Werribee All Abilities welcomes anyone who would like to help out with sessions and will support people to develop their skills

Venue: Eagle Stadium, 35 Ballan Rd, Werribee 3030

www.waabc.com.au

www.facebook.com/werribeeallabilities

For information contact: secretary@waabc.com.au

Werribee Gymnastics Club – Gymnastics sessions for kids with ASD/ neurodiversity

  • PlayGym for 2 to 5year olds (Tuesday 9.15am)
  • Sensory Stepping Stones for 6 to 12 year olds (Sunday mornings termtime)

Venue: Werribee Gymnastics Club, 52 Riverside Avenue, Werribee, Vic 3030

www.werribeegymnastics.com.au/inclusion.html

For information contact: info@werribeegymnastics.com.au

Wynbay Bulldogs Football Team

  • Community AFL team supporting young people and adults aged 16 years plus with additional needs through AFL.
  • Wednesdays 12 to 2pm, March to August (winter season)
  • Sport team volunteers also welcomed

Venue: Soldiers Reserve, College Rd, Werribee 3030

www.facebook.com/Wynbay-Bulldogs-157089014417952

For information contact: peter.loe@latitudedirections.org.au

Wyndham All Abilities Football and Cricket Club (Wyndham Tigers)

  • All Abilities Football –  People with a disability aged 14 to 30 years (March to August – winter season)
  • All Abilities Cricket - People with a disability aged 14 to 40 years

Venue: Warringa Crescent Reserve, Hoppers Crossing

www.facebook.com/wyndhamtigers

For information contact: wyndhamallabilities@gmail.com

Watch this video to find out more about Wyndham All Abilities Football and Cricket Club www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWx75ba5Qlo

Walking Sports

Interested in playing Basketball, Football or Netball but without the running? Walking versions of these team sports are just as fun, but at a walking pace. To find out more visit  www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/activewyndhamcalendar

AAA Play (Access for all Abilities Play)

AAA Play is an online listing that connects people with disabilities to sport and recreation activities. Search by sport or activity, age, region and/ or distance from postcode.

AAA Play is also a free information and referral service to assist people of all ages with a disability to become involved in sport and active recreation.

With personal assistance from AAA Play, you can discover a new sporting challenge.

Visit the AAA Play website or call to discover sports and active recreation activities available for people of all abilities.

www.aaaplay.org.au

For information contact: 1800 222 842 or request@aaavic.org.au

Sport4All

Are you a club or organisation who is looking to find out how you can help more people with a disability enjoy your sport and become a part of your club? Why not have a look at the Sport4All website where you can complete an Inclusion scoreboard questionnaire to discover areas of inclusion that you can work on, complete online learning and make a plan.

www.sport4all.com.au

 

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