SISXDIS001

Facilitate inclusion for people with a disability (Release 1)

multi-ethnic-disabled-people-community-inclusion-concept croppedThis unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to identify and facilitate sport, recreation and fitness opportunities for people with a disability. This unit applies to group leaders in the sport, recreation or fitness industry who work within established organisational policies and procedures. This includes those working in after-school or holiday-care programs, as a coaching assistant, or in support roles in indoor or outdoor recreation activities, such as camps and guided activities. The skills in this unit must be applied in accordance with public health regulatory requirements, relevant legislation and organisational policies and procedures.

The elements and performance criteria include:

1. Identify recreation opportunities.
1.1 Collaborate with clients to determine individual needs and expectations.
1.2 Select and use communication strategies suited to the client.
1.3 Encourage clients to articulate their recreational needs, desires and expectations.
1.4 Identify support requirements in consultation with appropriate personnel.
1.5 Determine available support, services and facilities relevant to client needs and expectations.
1.6 Identify potential and real barriers to participation and strategies to address them.

2. Facilitate recreation opportunities.
2.1 Investigate strategies, networks and resources that help link people with a disability to recreation opportunities.
2.2 Match client needs, desires and expectation with opportunities that maximise participation and independence.
2.3 Provide information and resources to clients.
2.4 Facilitate provision of services through collaboration with other support networks.
2.5 Identify and establish effective environments for participation of people with a disability.

3. Review recreation opportunities.
3.1 Request and respond to feedback from clients about opportunities provided.
3.2 Monitor success of strategies and networks in terms of meeting client needs.
3.3 Contribute to adjustment of strategies that link people with a disability to recreation opportunities based on review.

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Powerpoint Slides (121);
Assessor Guide with Benchmarks (43 pages);
Learner’s Assessment Workbook (37 pages);
Supplementary Notes (20 pages);
RPL Kit (Assessor and Participants);
Third Party Observation; and,
Assessment Matrix.

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