Playing for All - Youth (Churchill Term 4)
Playing for All – Youth is a games-based program for children and young adults with intellectual disability/autism aged 8-17 years old. It helps them get active, make friends and have fun while learning important life skills.
Playing for All sessions are delivered in a safe and supportive environment by qualified coaches who run activities that promote movement, teamwork, decision making and communication. Coaches also teach players the importance of being fit and staying healthy.
These fun and inclusive sessions run for 60 minutes, over a term, with a break before the next term starts.
Duration: 60 minutes of game-based activities and instructional learning.
When: Mondays in term 4 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm from 16/10/2023, 10 sessions in total
Where: Churchill Leisure Centre
- small-sided games that allow for high involvement
- games with modified rules, area and equipment to promote inclusion and prompt understanding
- Health education and social activities
The types of NDIS goals this program can help a person achieve include:
- Social and Community Participation
- Health and Wellbeing
- Personal Development
About Special Olympics Australia
Special Olympics Australia provides weekly grassroots sporting opportunities, recreational, social and health programs for people with intellectual disability/autism to help them develop physical fitness, build self-esteem, demonstrate courage, and make friends. With a focus on participation, Special Olympics is a great vehicle for inclusion, social and community participation, health and wellbeing, and personal development outcomes.