Sport4All is a program funded by the Australian Government to support mainstream clubs and schools build awareness around disability inclusion. The City of Stonnington was one of the first Local Government Areas to partner with Get Skilled Access, (developer of Sport4All) to support the confidence and capability of clubs and schools with welcoming and including more people with disability in every aspect of their club, culturally and socially.
The motto 'any sport, anywhere for anyone' guides Sport4All's vision of giving people with disability the opportunity to participate in grassroots and school sports when, where and how they choose.
This program is not just about ramps and rails, but a series of short videos and infographs that support building better awareness of disability inclusion across all forms of sport from playing to coaching, umpiring to spectating.
If you would like to learn more about the program, please contact our Disability Inclusion Program Officer: Jeremy O'Sullivan | firstname.lastname@example.org | 03 8290 1483
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