AAA Play is a program which program funds organisations to work at a community level to develop inclusive sport and recreation opportunities for people of all abilities. These organisations promote and encourage a range of sport and recreation opportunities across the state, from basketball, cricket, and Aussie Rules to soccer, sailing, and lawn bowls. The website will help you to find different sports activities suitable for your skills, ability and interests.
Active Monash believes that everyone has the right to be active – regardless of abilities. They offer a range of activities including:
• Active Abilities: This class welcomes children with disabilities. Focus is on fitness, strength, building confidence, making friends and having fun
• All Abilities X-Trainer: Cross-training class, incorporating boxing, circuits and fun exercises designed to be enjoyed by adults of all abilities
• Aqua Lite: A basic water workout that is fun and caters for all abilities
• Water Therapy: Gentle water exercises in the 25-metre pool for people with MS, Motor Neuron Disease, Huntington’s Disease, Cancer, Arthritis, Heart Disease, Asthma and chronic pain conditions
• Walking Group: meet at the café and enjoy the fresh air. Will run all weather conditions
• Teen Fit: Group exercise class for children aged 12 plus. These classes are run in the gym and group exercise room and welcome children/teens of all abilities.
Auskick is an Australian Football League (ALF) junior program, designed to develop basic skills and coordination. AllPlay will help you to get ready for Auskick, teach you about the AFL, and show you some of the skills you will be learning. You can download social stories to help you learn about busy crowds, playing in groups, noise, how to cope when things don’t go right, and how footy works. AllPlay is also a great resource for parents and coaches.
AllFit educates participants on the benefits of regular physical activity can improve their health, fitness and quality of life. Allfit will also empower participants to make physical activity a regular part of their lifestyle.
A range of health clubs and group exercises that you can participate in, as well as pools and gym equipment.
Hydrotherapy pool, aqua aerobics, gentle water exercises, aqua movers and other aquatic and gym activities.
Balloon Football League is a version of AFL that has been modified to suit the needs of people with a disability. The game is played in teams of five using wheelchairs and a giant balloon on a basketball court
Activities include: Golf, soccer, goalball, gymnastics, indoor bias bowls, lawn bowls, running, swish (table tennis), square dancing, tennis, skiing, tenpin bowling & walking.
Join walks that are suitable for your fitness level and walk with others who are at the same skill level as you.
Social inclusion and exercise for individuals with disabilities, hydrotherapy pool, gymnastics classes, cycle and swimming classes, personal training for specific needs.