Quick Guide: Inclusive Coaching
This informative document addresses the idea of ‘inclusive coaching’ for coaches working with disabled athletes. The text discusses the ‘Inclusion Spectrum Model’, the ‘STEPS’ framework, inclusive coaching considerations and links for further information.
“In coaching terms, an ‘inclusive coach’ has the ability to positively and effectively coach a group of athletes who may have very different needs. This is not specific to coaches working with disabled children, players and athletes – good coaches will always be working inclusively because they want everyone in their sessionâ€¨ to improve.
In a session of non-disabled people, there will be different needs within a group, but with disabled athletes, the differences may be highlighted (eg the use of totally different equipment or the length of time a swimmer can stay in the water without getting cold)...”
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