Football Federation Victoria has created a simple and easy-to-read guide to assist clubs and associations with starting or growing an All Abilities or Disability-specific program. The guide is to be used in conjunction with other club and coach resources available, and also by talking to FFV. For more information about how to use the guide or if you have any questions, contact All Abilities Project Coordinator, Megan Smith on 9474 1805 or email email@example.com
Established by the Australian Sports Commission, Play By The Rules is an online resource designed to assist local communities with making sport safe, fair and inclusive.
Free Online Training - click here to register and complete free online training related to Child Protection, Harassment & Discrimination, Complaints Handling and Member Protection Information Officers.
Case Study: new participant with Disability. Click the link to view a practical example of how to support a new participant, seeking to start football at your local club.
Seven Pillars of Inclusion: Access, Attitude, Choice, Partnerships, Communication, Policy and Opportunities. For more information about the Seven Pillars of Inclusion as well as the Inclusion Toolkit from Play By The Rules, click here.
Club Toolkit: click the link to view a range of resources, including a template Disability Inclusion Policy.
Developed by Latrobe University Lecturer Pam Kappelides, this website provides specific disability information for coaches and clubs, wishing to find more information to tailor the way they coach and develop programs for people of all ages with a Disability.
These resources are available to enhance the knowledge of club and coaches providing participation opportunities for people with a Disability. The resources aim to enhance your existing programs and coaching techniques, and how you apply the CHANGE IT model in practice.
Scope Disability Engagement Program Workbook - click here to download
The Disability Act Fact Sheet - click here to download
Australian HRC Disability Discrimination Act Fact Sheet - click here to download
VEOHRC Disability Discrimination Fact Sheet - click here to download
Blind Sports and Recreation Victoria have produced these resources below to assist all sporting clubs with providing a fulfilling experience for people with a vision impairment.
Blind Sports and Recreation Victoria - Guiding a person with a vision impairment: click here to download
Blind Sports and Recreation Victoria - FAQ's and Tips for coaching people with a vision impairment: click here to download
The Centre for Multicultural Youth have developed the resources below to assist sporting clubs with providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for people from a variety of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. these resources are to enhance the way your club current runs programs or engages with their local community.
Game Plan Toolkit for Clubs - click here to download
Culturally Inclusive Planning Toolkit for Clubs - click here to download