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.
Wyndham City are partnering with Get Skilled Access to deliver the Sport4All program in Wyndham. This program provides training, resources and ongoing support to enable sports clubs and schools to provide inclusive and accessible sporting opportunities for anyone with a disability either as a player, coach, referee, volunteer or committee member within Wyndham. The three step program includes a questionnaire to identify areas to work on, online learning and completing an Action plan.
To find out more about the Sport4All program, you can watch this short video: Sport4All: Get Skilled Access featuring Dylan Alcott
Any Wyndham club or school who would like to get involved is encouraged to contact Kylie (Disability Inclusion Program Coordinator) on email@example.com
Sport4All Clubs - click to see who is participating in and who has completed the program
Sport4All Clubs/ fitness organisations are those that have completed the Sport4All program including their first Disability and Inclusion action plan. Congratulations to the following clubs:
- Hoppers Crossing Karate Club
- Switch To Fit
- Werribee All Abilities Basketball Club
- Werribee Gymnastics Club
- Werribee Table Tennis Association
Clubs participating in the Sport4All program are:
- Iramoo Basketball Club
- Werribee City F.C. Soccer Club
- Werribee Little Athletics Club
- Werribee Lawn Bowls
- Western Athletics
- Wyndham Netball
- Werribee Centrals Cricket Club
- Werribee Centrals Tennis Club
Sport4All Schools – click to see who is participating in and who has completed the program
Schools participating in the Sport4All program are:
- Cambridge Primary School
- Heathdale Christian College
- Iramoo Primary School
- Lollypop Creek Primary School
- Nearnung Primary school
- Point Cook College P-9
- Riverwalk Primary
- Tarneit P-9 College
- Truganina P-9 College
"Our staff who completed the online Sport4All modules found them easy to access and very informative. The content was engaging and broken up into manageable modules. The resources that accompany the module are excellent and perfect for referring back to when needed. I would recommend this online learning to all staff working within schools, not just teachers of Sport & Physical Education."
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.
For information contact: 1800 222 842 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Disability/ All Abilities programs/ sessions
These organisations are inclusive and welcoming to anyone with a disability and run disability only sessions. Those displaying a Sport4All logo have undertaken training to be welcoming and inclusive to anyone with a disability.
Programs/ sessions that include people with disability
These sessions welcome people with disability to their activities but may not be able to cater for all. Those displaying a Sport4All logo have undertaken training to be welcoming and inclusive to anyone with a disability.
On Demand Sessions designed to be accessible for people with disabilities
On demand short low-impact sports workouts including Table Tennis, Hockey and Gymnastics designed to be accessible for people with disabilities.
On demand sports skills workouts for all abilities includes football, wheelchair rugby and Basketball.