The Rodney Warmington Churchill Fellowship to improve community inclusion and reduce social isolation using activity in people with special needs

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Community Service
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There's two parts to the project:


1) View and discuss inclusive models for education/sports/ and activity to improve the way a community can include everyone outside of school hours. Involving community and sporting 'Buddy' programs that create more connected and educated communities and reduce the social isolation that can occur through disability and difference.


2) Improve the ocean experience by being able to view more adaptive and modified surfing equipment in use, namely at other inclusive ocean based activities such as the Hawaiian Access surf organisation.With a view to bring that back to improve our local manufacturing of adaptive equipment.

Fellow

Nick Marshall

Nick Marshall

QLD
2020

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