Audio-visual articles addressing inclusion of people with disability in sport and active recreation

Episodes can best be described as audio-visual articles. We want to stimulate your thinking about inclusion. To show you models of inclusion that work and that contribute to more opportunities in sport and active recreation for people with disability. We want to bridge the gap between research and practice and we want to celebrate the achievements of people that have dedicated many years to sport and active recreation for people with disability.

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Systematic Instruction

Systematic instruction is an important instructional approach that has many benefits for people with disability. Phil Brown is an experienced expert in this field and in this episode takes us through systematic instruction and how to apply the principles in our teaching and coaching. Continue Reading Systematic Instruction

Play and Train from Spain

Play and Train are a not-for-profit organisation from Spain that is really pushing the boundaries of inclusion. Driven by a very strong commitment and passion of Sylvana Mestre and Mariona Mademont. They are a great example of what can be achieved—in a relatively short time—when you have these key ingredients. Here, we look at their work and hear from Mariona directly. Continue Reading Play and Train from Spain

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