One week to go until the tip off of the Invacare 2019 Wheelchair Aussie Rules National Carnival! To learn more about the event and to read what some of the athletes have to say about the competition, head to @wheelchair_aussie_rules! To learn more and to watch live visit www.sports.org.au! #2019wcar #wheelchairaussierules #afl #yesyoucan
2 WEEKS TO GO! We are only two weeks away from the first ball up at the Invacare 2019 Wheelchair Aussie Rules National Carnival. You don’t want to miss this! Make sure you either join us at St Clair Recreation Centre 11 – 13 April or catch the action online! Check out @wheelchair_aussie_rules for more info!!! #2019WCAR #wheelchairaussierules #afl
THIS TIME LAST YEAR | One year ago we were awarding South Australia the 2018 National Championship in Cranbourne, Victoria after a fierce Gold Medal match against Tasmania! Can SA retain the title or will 2019 see a new National Champion crowned? The Invacare 2019 Wheelchair Aussie Rules National Carnival is on 11 - 13 April! You don’t want to miss it 💪🏼 Check out @wheelchair_aussie_rules for more updates! #2019wcar #wheelchairaussierules #afl
PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT | It is with great pleasure that @disabilitysportsaustralia can formally announce @invacareanz as the new Naming Rights partner for the Invacare 2019 Wheelchair Aussie Rules National Carnival! 🤝 Click the link in our bio to find out more about this ground-breaking partnership! #2019WCAR #wheelchairaussierules #invacare
1 MONTH TO GO! 11-13 April 2019 at St Clair Recreation Centre, SA or catch the livestream! You don’t want to miss this! #2019WCAR #wheelchairaussierules @wheelchair_aussie_rules
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Australia's first dedicated accessible alpine base opens at Falls Creek! Follow @disabled_wintersport_australia for more info!
The Sport Access Foundation (SAF) annually awards grants of $2000 each for children and teenagers aged 7-17 years with a physical or intellectual disability. Applications close 29 June, 2018. Link for more information can be found on our Facebook page (link in bio).
City v Country has rolled back into Tamworth this week as the City Country Wheelchair Rugby League Festival carries on the legacy the NRL has left behind. Link to article on our FB page!
Ahead of the 2018 IWBF World Championships later this year, Australia's women's wheelchair basketball teams, Australian Gliders, are hosting a six game series. Link on our Facebook page!
Netball NSW has now opened its annual nominations for the Marie Little OAM Shield – the state team for players with an intellectual disability. Link to nominated can be found on our Facebook page.
Applications for Sport Access Foundation grants are now open. They have grants available for children living with a disability to access sport to the value of $2,000. There are 3 grants open to all Australian children 7-17 years. They also have a grant for $2000 dedicated to an indigenous child living in the NT. Applications close Friday 29 June 2018. Link to apply can be found on our Facebook Page
Steve Cockayne from Hinckley sets sights on Invictus Games - link to full story on our Facebook page
The Pararoos are Australia’s only national football team in international 7-a-side competition for footballers with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms acquired from stroke. ⠀ On Monday, 4 June the Pararoos will host their first major fundraiser on their Road to 2019 World Cup: “The Pararoos” Movie Premiere. And they want you to join them as they make their film debuts. Link to get tickets on our FB page! (Link in bio ☝️)
Wodonga war veteran Brett Newman drafted to play for Collingwood in the inaugural Victorian Wheelchair Football League - link to full story on our Facebook page.
Ladies - Wheelchair Rugby isn't a a boy's sport! Here's new players Chloe and Kaitlyn and Peta, a referee at the Sunshine Coast tournament this weekend. Plus Robyn our fantastic tournament director and Edwina our scorebench manager 🏐👊
If you're in Sydney this May, check out Vivid Sydney's access and inclusion information. You can filter attractions and events that are audio described, Auslan interpreted, hearing loop, sensory friendly or are wheelchair accessible! Visit https://www.vividsydney.com/accessibility
'I love having a disability and I want more people to feel like that' - Dylan Alcott