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Introducing Two Exciting New Services by Inclusive Sport SA!

Inclusive Sport SA is pleased to announce the launch of two exciting new services provided by our professional and community spirited team. 

Now more than ever we acknowledge the need for individuals and families to continue to find ways to connect* with one another and seek out support services to help take care of our physical health and our mental wellbeing.  

We listened to your feedback, consulting responses from our survey sent out to all past and present participants, and have since created and planned these new services for delivery within the next few weeks to support the community through this difficult time (and beyond)*.  

If you have not received an email related to our survey, you are welcome to complete a copy HERE. 

On The Move – Online supported sport skills and activity sessions

Offered as 1:1 to participants On the Move

 online sessions include tailor made sport, social and recreation activities delivered by skilled and qualified coaching staff with experience in playing and coaching sport teams, working with children and working with people with integration difficulties and disabilities.  Our online On the Move sessions aim to provide valuable support in reducing the effects of isolation, improving social skills and raising self-esteem to participants.

The goal of our service is to provide support to enable a participant to engage in community, social and/or recreational activities.

This service is now available with a wide range of sporting and fitness activities to choose from including football, basketball, athletics and gym fitness.

You can find out more at the dedicated On The Move webpage HERE or contact Ben Steer on 8122 6736 or at to book your session today! 

Talk it Out 

is a new therapeutic service from our Behaviour Support SA team designed for parents and caregivers supporting individuals with challenging behaviour where our registered behaviour practitioners will talk through your concerns and offer practical tips to help you analyse behaviours and ways to manage them.

We are here to offer support so you can continue to provide the best level of care for the person(s) you support.

 Our Behaviour Support SA team are available to listen, offer support and build your capacity to deal with certain behaviours, how they impact your life and solutions to suit your individual and family circumstances.

The end goal is to build your confidence and self-belief in your role as the superhero you are!

 In addition to this we are currently investigating the possibility of Talk It Out – Group sessions to increase social capacity and networking opportunities for those who may have limited social support opportunities. Please let us know if this Group session may be of interest to you.

Find out more about this innovative new service, including service delivery method and NDIS information, at the Talk it Out webpage HERE or contact our BSSA team on 8122 6733 or at

*As per the current ‘Social Distancing and Other Measures to Combat Coronavirus (COVID-19)’ as outlined by the Australian Department of Health.