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Researching disability: Methodological challenges and possibilities
Dr Hayley Fitzgerald from Leeds Beckett University and Worcester University in the UK discusses the methodological challenges and possibilities of conducting research in sport and recreation that includes people with disability. The webinar presentation includes practical tips for anyone interested or involved in research that includes people with disability.
Creating Connections for All: Belgravia Leisure’s Approach to Including All in Leisure, Sport, Aquatics and Recreation
Jeff Walkley, Lois Hewitt and David Brock from Belgravia Leisure in Australia outline their national approach to inclusion through the network of facilities and Inclusion Coordinators across the country. The webinar presents their national approach and highlights the work at a local level through case studies. If organisational inclusion and support interests you then this is a ‘must see’ webinar.
Physical Activity and Global Developmental Delay
Hannah Parkes from University of Worcester presents her experiences in working with young people with global developmental delay and the provision of a sport and physical activity program.
Challenges confronting individuals with disabilities in Nigeria: Practical viewpoint on Adapted Physical Activity
In this webinar Dr Okey Charles Ogu from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Anambra in Nigeria talks about the challenges people with disability face in trying to access sport and recreation programs. He discusses the policy frameworks that underpin Nigeria’s approach to inclusion. He also takes an honest and practical view on what is needed to increase the opportunities people with disability have to get involved in sport.
Where research meets practice – case studies from across the world
In the first of the 2016 joint Inclusion Club and International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity webinar series Peter Downs and Ken Black look at four case studies – Baskin, an inclusive sport built on principles of universal design; Design School from the University of Loughborough; using symbols as tools for communication and Inclusive Sport for Development in Ethiopia.
Volunteering at the Snoezelen Centre
Experiences of students supporting young people and adults who have severe and complex impairments in physical activity and sport. The webinar features Chloe French and Lauren Goater. Here, they reflect on their experiences as students working at the Snoezelen Centre running a sports club for people with severe and complex impairments. The webinar was hosted by Ken Black as part of the collaboration between the University of Worcester and The Inclusion Club.
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