Volleyball AustraliaD-Volleyball Who Can Play?
D-Volleyball in Australia • Physical Impairments / Injuries • Sitting Volleyball (Paralympic Games) • Standing Volleyball • Standing Beach Volleyball • Deaf / Hard of Hearing / Hearing Impaired • Deaf Volleyball
Who Can Play? IF you have a physical injury or disability that causes measurable and observable limitation to movement and in particular the core actions of volleyball, OR You are hard of hearing, deaf, use a hearing aid or use an Auslan or sign interpreter THEN you may be eligible to play D-Volleyball and you should seek further information
Sitting & Standing Volleyball • An injury or disability that affect a persons ability to move, • Reduced limb length, such as amputation, shortening from birth or injury • Reduced Range of Movement in one or more major joints, caused by trauma, surgery or present since birth • Reduced muscle power / strength caused by severe fractured, joint injury, trauma or nerve damage to arms, legs or spine • Movement related coordination from Cerebral Palsy or Brain Injury • Joint Replacement of knee or hip, severe instability of knee caused by severe ligament injury (sitting volleyball only)
Deaf Volleyball • Any amount of hearing loss eligible within Australia • Any cause of loss of hearing • Internationally require at least 55 dB loss
Further Information • If you or someone you may know may be eligible • Please Contact • State Volleyball Association • Volleyball Australia Development Manager John Cheadle • Phone: (0423) 555 761 • E-mail: email@example.com • Australian Head Classifier Jenni Cole • Phone: (0419) 274 198 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org