Our access and inclusion disability swimming lessons are designed to ensure that regardless of disability, everyone is able to learn and have fun in the water. Special requirements may include a fear of the water. Learning disabilities, physical impairments and behavioural issues.
Access and Inclusion adopts an educational approach and provides a positive directive to provide aquatics access and inclusion to all people regardless of:
We want to enable students with a disability to participate fully in swimming and water education and be at the forefront of disability services. Swimming lessons are conducted by fully trained, accredited, licensed and insured teachers of swimming and water safety.
Offering 1:1 support, classes are designed to increase water confidence, swimming ability and safe behaviour. Enabling students to participate in community aquatic and beach activities. These classes will be assessment based to determine whether or not students require one on one support or can be integrated into the Learn to Swim program.
The Learn to Swim program delivers students with a new and effective way of learning how to swim. The program focuses on experiential and activity-based learning techniques. Inspiring students to explore pathways into competitive and recreational swimming.