Transforming theย Lives of Persons
with Disabilities Through Sport

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Friday, 12 July 2024 / 

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Jurong East Sports Centre
21 Jurong East Street 31, Singapore 609517
12-14 July, 19-21 July, and 26-28 July 2024

Sports Hub OCBC Hall 6
5 Stadium Dr, Singapore 397631
4 August 2024

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The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is delighted to announce the return of the Singapore Disability Sports Awards (SDSA) presented by Haw Par Corporation.ย 

Resources

Tiger Balm WeheartBoccia Training Kit

Tiger Balm WeHeartBoccia Training Kit

A fun and simple guide to conduct inclusive Boccia for all. This guide intends to inspire and motivate everyone with all abilities to come together and play boccia. The objective of this resource guide offers basic knowledge about boccia. In this guide, you will learn about the rules, counting of scores, the different strategies and tactics of playing boccia. There are 12 boccia sessions for you to try out! Have a go and change gear to adjust or modify the game based on your abilities.

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IPC Online Academy

IPC Online Academy

The IPC Academy online programmes are open for everybody who wants to learn more about the IPC and the Paralympic Movement. You might be an athlete, a coach, a technical official, sport medical practitioner, event organiser or generally just an interested supporter of Paralympic Sport or the Paralympic Games looking to test their knowledge.

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Let’s Play Together

Let’s Play Together

The objective of this resource guide is to offer suggestions on inclusive games that can be implemented for all participants, regardless of their abilities or level of functioning. This guide offers practical ideas on modifications that can be made according to each participantโ€™s level of Functioning. Through these modified and inclusive games, children will be able to develop mutual understanding and respect for their peers, without reservations or inhibitions. This will also encourage children with special needs to lead more active and healthy lifestyles, thereby improving their quality of life.

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