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August Update from AAA Play
 
What a mammoth month! We thought things couldn't get much more exciting than the celebrations we shared in July. That was until we delivered a state wide launch for AAA Play in August! It's all we could talk about. AAA Play now connects people across the state, not just metro Melbourne. It was all we could talk about until we noticed a not so little number that made us burst with pride... more than 72,000 people have visited www.aaavic.org.au since we began and we're only just getting started.

In the Spotlight

Looking Back: Reclink Footy Finals & other sun shining days out!

AAA Play has been out and about in an effort to meet and greet as many people as we can.

Among the action was the Reclink Footy Finals Carnival and the FFV Gala Day. We try to let you know where we'll be so you have a chance to come say hi. Be sure to follow us on Facebook so you don't miss an opportunity.

You can check out a video of some of the Reclink Footy action on our Youtube here.

Looking Forward: AAA Play now includes regional Victoria

It's here! The much anticipated VICTORIAN AAA Play. We are really excited to be partnering with all 9 Regional Sports Assemblies and the State Government of Victoria to bring you the expansion of AAA Play.

www.aaavic.org.au has been a central location to support people with a disability to access sport and recreation information available in Metro areas. This new look will support ALL Victorians.

For the full story please click here

Find an Activity

Beam Bendigo
BEAM is an inclusive all abilities movement to music group designed around occupational therapy techniques.

Details can be found here

Churchill Wheelchair Basketball
Wheelchair Basketball is held at the Churchill Leisure Centre.

Details can be found here

Geelong Access All Abilities Futsal
AAA Futsal is a fun, safe, easy and inclusive program for boys and girls with a disability, aged 12yrs and above.

Details can be found here

Myrtleford Riding Develops Abilities
Teaching living skills through equestrian activities, this program is suitable for all ages and abilities.

Details can be found here

News

Victorian Powerchair Sports League

VEWSA announced the details for their new competition, Victorian Powerchair Sports League set to be launched on October 14!

Click here for the full story

Para-sport Talent Search

Do you have or know someone with a disability which may be eligible for Para Sport and has the desire to compete at a high-performance level in the future?

Click here for the full story

Accessible Hiking Trails

Trail Hiking Australia have added information to their website to enable people with disabilities to plan accessible hikes.

Click here for the full story

PWID Championships

Registrations are now open, as well as an opportunity for beginners to have a social play prior to the championships.

Click here for the full story

Events

SRV Sport Inclusion

This event will cover the topic of media and communications through short presentations to support anyone wanting to promote and share inclusive opportunities.

Click here for details.

Deaf Aboriginal Camp

Are you growing up deaf or hard of hearing and you're indigenous? Then you and your family are welcome to join us for this fantastic camp experience!

Click here for details.

Human Relations Program

Would you like to join a fun group with other young people to learn about relationships, love and sexual health?

Click here for details

Wheelchair Tennis

The Pakenham Regional Tennis Centre are offering the opportunity for a free hit.

Click here for details.

AAA Ambassador News

Hoorah for Harry! - A Month in the life of our AAA Ambassador Harry Mezger.

Check out this month's article on AAA Ambassador Harry Mezger, featuring his experience in the Australia Cross-Country Championships, coaching opportunities and work placement with Triathlon Victoria. We've got some video links of Harry for you, plus we asked Harry his top tips for people wanting to get involved in sport and recreation!


For the full story, click here

For any further information on the programs featured please go to www.aaavic.org.au or call us on 1800 222 842. 
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