Bowls. Victoria’s most accessible sport.
Bowls Victoria provides opportunities for people of all abilities to participate in our sport; this includes making our sport more accessible to people with a disability.
Bowls Victoria works closely with Disability Sport and Recreation and is committed to educating the Victorian bowls community about how to be inclusive of people with disabilities by ensuring a welcoming, inclusive and accessible environment.
There are elite pathways for bowlers with a disability in our four Victorian Disability squads for: bowlers with a hearing impairment, bowlers with an intellectual disability, bowlers with a physical disability and bowlers with a vision impairment.
These squads have regular training days at various Clubs across Victoria and compete in state and national championships, helping to promote disability awareness and promote the inclusiveness of our sport.
NDIS Sports Guide – Easy Read version
This guide outlines the steps to take when getting ready for your planning/review meeting with NDIS planners so you can include sport and recreation into your goals.
The Easy Read web page presents the guide in a way that is easy to understand. It has lots of images to support the text and is great for people with intellectual disability, low literacy levels or who use English as a second language.
Access the Easy Read guide here.