Mens Squad (multi-sport group)

Build your sporting and fitness skills with our weekly program for men.

Dates and Locations

Allambie Heights centre
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Time
Suitable For
Weekly On Monday5:30 pm - 6:30 pm18-35 years

Join our modified weekly multi-sport program, designed for men to improve sporting skills and confidence in a supportive and friendly environment

The sessions are a great opportunity to improve social and community participation while keeping fit and active. 

Note: This weekly program runs in line with NSW school term dates ONLY.

Register your interest today!

Contact us directly or complete the form below to enquire.

What does it involve?
  • Various modified activities including skill-building drills, team-building activities, basic fitness and fun games
What are the outcomes?
Who is the program for?
  • Men aged 18-35 years (GMFCS levels I-III)
  • Participants of all abilities who can independently mobilise and participate
  • Participants who can follow instructions and have good receptive language skills, however, might require support to participate
  • Participants who can function within a group or provide their own 1:1 support

Register your interest today!

Contact us directly or complete the form below to enquire.

This service is available at

Cerebral Palsy Alliance Allambie Heights centre

Allambie Heights centre

187 Allambie Rd, Allambie Heights NSW 2100
ask@cerebralpalsy.org.au
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This service can be funded by your NDIS package

  • Core - Assistance with Social & Community Participation (Category 4)
  • Capacity Building - Increased Social & Community Participation (Category 9)
  • Capacity Building - Improved Daily Living (Category 15)

Enquiry form

We will respond as soon as possible, between Monday-Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

Frequently asked questions

Infants 12 months or younger are eligible if they have the following:

  • Clinical history indicating risk for cerebral palsy


Risk factors include (but not limited to) prematurity, birth defects, genetic conditions, intrauterine growth restriction, hypoxia-ischaemia, seizures, neonatal stroke, infection

  • Abnormal neuroimaging-MRI or Cranial Ultrasound (CUS) indicative of possible motor impairment
  • Motor dysfunction

 

This might include abnormal General Movements, very low scores on standardised assessment (e.g. below 10th percentile on AIMS), poor head control after 3 months, hand asymmetry after 4 months, not able to take weight through feet after 5 months, not sitting at 9 months.

Priority will be given to infants who have not previously seen a neurologist.