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All Abilities

Touch Football Australia's Zero Tolerance Statement

Touch Football Australia has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of bullying, harassment, or vilification of people with disabilities. Disability discrimination of any sort will not be tolerated within our sport or workplace.

All Abilities Touch Football Programs

All Abilities Touch Football Programs

Touch Football Australia’s All Abilities programs are completely inclusive, offering opportunities for people with intellectual and/or physical impairments to learn touch football skills and play the sport with their family members, carers, friends and even elite footy players.

Days of Significance

Diversity and Inclusion days of significance for People with Disabilities allow us to celebrate our differences and educate our families and friends.

Below is a list of each of the significant days for People with Disabilities for your club and team to learn more about and discuss to help increase awareness about upcoming days.


  • January 4th: World Braille Day
  • February 18th: International Asperger's Day
  • March 1st: International Wheelchair Day
  • March 6th-12th: World Glaucoma Week
  • March 14th-20th: Brain Awareness Week 
  • March 21st: World Down Syndrome Day
  • March 26th: Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness
  • April 2nd: World Autism Awareness Day
  • April 11th: World Parkinson's Day
  • May 6th: World Asthma Day
  • May 19th: Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)
  • December 3rd: International Day of People with Disabilities

Available Support (TFA)

If you would like to learn more about what TFA is doing to promote and include the All Abilities community or how you or your club can become more inclusive, you can contact our Inclusion Team.

All Abilities Teams & Program Network

Below is a list of Touch Football Associations around Australia that have All Abilities teams or run All Abilities programs.

All Abilities Teams & Program Network

Australian Capital Territory


Become an Accessibility Champion

The Accessibility Champion Course created by Disability Sports Australia is all about identifying, upskilling, and supporting an Accessibility Champion or Champions to help grassroots sporting clubs start the accessibility journey. This free online course has been designed so you can learn at your own pace and complete 4 modules anytime, anywhere, on any device. The course is available on the Australian Sports Commission’s Learning Centre.

Online Inclusive Coaching Module

Online Inclusive Coaching Module

An online Inclusive Coaching module is now available for All Abilities program facilitators to complete in preparation for the delivery of programs. The module provides facilitators with the necessary knowledge and understanding required to deliver an All Abilities program at their affiliate.


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