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Top tips for coaches: helping people with sensory impairments get active | Inclusive Coaching

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Melanie Mallinson, Ronny Riise and 3 others like this.
 

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robertkmaaye
Rob Maaye said:

British Blind Sport (BBS) has today launched a brand new guide to enable coaches, leaders and club personnel to learn more about sight loss and eye conditions, and to further understanding of the needs of people with visual impairment who want to take part in the target sports of archery or shooting. This is in addition to number of other sport-specific launched educational resources for visually impaired football, swimming, athletics, judo and general sport. You can download the resources from here: http://www.britishblindsport.org.uk/education

12/01/17
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