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Australian Sporting Alliancefor People with a Disability

All Australians have an opportunity to engage in sport and physical activity in a welcoming and inclusive environment.

The Australian Sporting Alliance for People with a Disability (ASAPD) collaborates, advocates, and facilitates inclusive sport and physical activity for people with a disability, impairment, or limitation.

 

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The ASAPD is a collaboration between the National Sporting Organisations for People with a Disability (NSOD’s), that has been established with the support of Australian Sports Commission

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About Us

Find out more about our history, the nine NSOD’s and our strategy



News

Check out the latest news from the ASAPD, our nine NSOD’s and the sporting industry.


Get involved

Learn about our sporting pathways, how you can play, coach, officiate or volunteer in an inclusive sport.


Integrity Management

The ASAPD is committed to creating a fair and safe environment for participants of all abilities.


Resources

Discover resources, education and training opportunities for people involved with sport for people with a disability


Contact us

Want to know more? Get in touch, we are very happy to help with any enquiry.



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