Types of All Abilities Auskick Centres

Access All Abilities (AAA) Auskick?

The Access All Abilities (AAA) NAB AFL Auskick program is designed to ensure that Auskick Centres are as inclusive as possible and that children of All Abilities have access to participate in the great game of AFL football.

While the grand aim of the AllPlay program is to support all NAB AFL Auskick centres to be more inclusive, we understand that some children will need modified environments to enable them to participate. In light of this two different models of delivery have been designed through AAA NAB AFL Auskick, Disability Specific and Side by Side.

Side by Side AAA Auskick Centres

Side by Side centres are designed to integrate into an existing Auskick centre by simply adding another group to the current structure. This group is supported by specially trained coaches that can help to support any child that may need a little bit of extra time and space to develop their skills.

Side by Side centres are designed to integrate into an existing Auskick centre by simply adding another group to the current structure. This group is supported by specially trained coaches that can help to support any child that may need a little bit of extra time and space to develop their skills.

Disability Specific AAA Auskick Centres

Disability specific AAA centres are separate centres set up to specifically cater to children of All Abilities. They might include a group of children with the same disability, like autism spectrum disorder, or intellectual disability, or they might contain groups of children with different types of disabilities. These centre are generally set up at a Special School or Early Intervention Centre.