Sport and recreation partners
AFL Queensland supports the right of people with a disability to be involved in all aspects of Australian football, including full and equal active participation. They are committed to ensuring that opportunities to play the game are accessible to all.
Bowls Queensland promotes inclusive case studies to heighten public/community awareness of opportunities for people with a disability to actively participate in lawn bowls and supports local clubs to grow their capacity to include bowlers of all abilities.
Gymnastics Queensland provide inclusive education and encourage greater participation in gymnastics from people with a disability with little or no experience in the sport through its new Rebound Therapy and Gentle Gym programs.
Pistol Shooting Queensland is supportive of athletes with a disability through creating athlete pathways by breaking down the barriers within disability and non-disability specific sport structures and through the provision of inclusive resources for clubs.
Softball Queensland strives to grow the sport of softball for everyone’s enjoyment. Through strengthening their existing partnerships and seeking new ones with the disability sector the organisation is committed to promoting and delivering inclusive opportunities for people with a disability.
Swimming Queensland are enhancing partnerships with key stakeholders for swimmers with a disability, improving products and services to local and regional clubs and members, and increasing opportunities for swimmers with a disability in Queensland.
Table Tennis Queensland is committed to providing inclusive education/training for coaches and officials, developing partnerships with disability service providers and promoting all club events to people with a disability.
Tennis Queensland are ensuring that the inclusion of people with a disability becomes part of Tennis Queensland’s core business and culture. They are encouraging and supporting sustainable inclusion at local tennis clubs throughout Queensland, and providing participation, development, and competitive opportunities for tennis players with a disability.
Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland are developing networks of key stakeholders and support agencies, and increasing introductory and development opportunities for bowlers with a disability and their carers in Queensland.
Triathlon Queensland has developed comprehensive disability inclusion material for its website that outlines participation options, such as coaching, officiating and volunteering, along with supporting information. Competition resources include a program of paratriathlon races and the introduction of regional training hubs.