Armadale: Club Abilities Project workshop to help clubs and community groups cater for everyone

Armadale: Club Abilities Project workshop to help clubs and community groups cater for everyone

ARMADALE’S Club Abilities Project is holding another workshop to help local sporting clubs and community groups cater to people of all ability levels.

During the session, participants will discover the key principles of social inclusion and disability awareness, including terminology and the right use of language, an introduction to a person-centred approach, and the tiers of inclusion.

Mayor Henry Zelones said the workshops focused on volunteers, coaches and community members and will provide a range of information and strategies.

“With the development of new skills, experiences and awareness, this will lead to a more welcoming and inclusive community for people of all abilities,” Mr Zelones said.

The Social Inclusion and Disability Awareness workshop will be held at Frye Park Pavilion in Kelmscott on Tuesday, July 18, from 4pm-6pm.

Bookings are essential on 9394 5642 to find out more.

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