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Posted in: Coaching Youth (age 13-18), General Forum

How to be inclusive when coaching disabled players/athletes in able bodied session

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  • Wendyrussell

    I wanted to start a conversation where people can share ideas about how they have integrated players and athlete with disabilities who are in a mainly able bodied session.

    Most coaches will come across at least 30 players/athletes in their coaching lifetime who has a disability of some degree. Mine is that I am almost deaf in one ear and tinnitus in both....my coach does very little to support me, when is blowing a gale, raining and am standing on a hockey pitch trying to understand what he is saying! Lucky I have great team mates who help me. Could they be used to support?! 

    You can read my blog on this topic to get further background around this https://www.connectedcoaches.org/spaces/6/inclusive-coaching/blog/Wendyrussell/267/disadvantaged-handicapped-and-limiting-disabilities#413

    Lets get sharing and thinking outside the disability! 

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