Inclusion is about everyone. For whatever reason, everyone at some point in their lives feel excluded and less than because of their differences.
It is often heard from people living with a disability that they are viewed by what they can’t do, instead of what they can do.
It is often said that it is not the disability itself that limits a person, it is society.
Disability or not, everyone deserves to be included in all aspects of life. For inclusion to happen, inclusion is about everyone!
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True or False: People with a disability can only participate with people with a disabilityCorrectIncorrect
True or False: Most national sporting organisations in Australia already provide modified versions of a sportCorrectIncorrect
True or False: By becoming a more inclusive club, clubs are likely to see an increase in memberships and thus an increase in revenue.CorrectIncorrect
True or False: If someone is with a Carer, always speak to the carerCorrectIncorrect
True or False: People with a disability will need modifications made to join in.CorrectIncorrect
True or False: People with mental health are likely to be violent so can’t participate in social situations or join in clubs.CorrectIncorrect