We provide the foundation of inclusion, accessibility within an educational environment. We offer services from the teaching professionals to young people allowing disability to be included in every aspect of education.
How we can support the next generation of sport workers and coaches
ny course or degree in the sport and leisure faculty should contain a module covering inclusivity and disability. Ability Consultancy can help by tailoring seminars, workshops and practical sessions to give the students first hand experiences of how to ensure they can achieve and support inclusivity in sport and leisure no matter what role or profession they work in.
The Inclusion Spectrum
Introduction to the inclusion Spectrum model, explaining each step and what this means to sport coaches and managers. How this can be used to ensure that whatever the students deliver is meeting the needs of their users.
A session looking at the different types of disabilities – what are the characteristics of each impairment group and what needs to be considered when supporting people with disabilities.
Para Sport Classification Made Simple
A session looking at an overview of classification within Para sport – what this means to you and the disabled person.
The Structure Of Para Sport In The UK
An overview of the structure of Para Sport in the UK, the key organisations from grass roots to Paralympic and non-Paralympic sports.
A practical session looking at all basic equipment for general sport sessions, alterations to sport specific equipment to support the inclusion of everyone in PE and sports sessions
How to adapt your warm up and cool down sessions including practical examples of what to include and how to adapt a traditional warm up and cool down session
Top tips on how to engage, motivate and include disabled participants that have been tried and tested by disabled people
Sport Specific adaptations, looking at bespoke adaptions to ensure the sport session is fully accessible and achieves the same outcomes and gives the same opportunities to both disabled and able bodied participants.