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1 Softball Australia History of separate bodies and programs Project CONNECT about bringing all of these groups in together to better use resources and $ Inclusion at different rates for different states

2 Project CONNECT Softball Australia in first group of NSO’s to be selected for Project Connect Softball Australia DAP State Association DAP More co-operative arrangements with disability sport organisations

3 Case Study # 1 Kelli does not participate in softball like her family does because she has low vision. 70

4 Modifying to include ALL T eaching/Coaching Style R ules E quipment E nvironment 70

5 Issues in inclusion An athlete’s choice is essential. Every athlete is different and will require an individual approach. Use disability-specific information as background only. Duty of care and legal issues are the same as for athletes who do not have disabilities. 71

6 More information Softball Australia and State Associations Australian Sports Commission, (02) , State coaching centres Disability Education Program resources and state coordinators Web sites generally 72

7 In summary Work with what a player can do; if unsure, ask them. Modify using TREE to better include all. Never undermine the integrity of the activity by making too many modifications. *Coaching softballers with a disability is simply best coaching practice 73


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