Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Uladh

Special Needs

specialneeds-bbcvisit.jpgThe aim of the Ulster Special Needs programme is to work in partnership with other agencies and organisations to enhance the physical health and social wellbeing of people with a disability, whilst simultaneously promoting social inclusion through participation.

Gaelic Athletic Clubs are at the heart of every community and therefore provide an excellent opportunity and vehicle with which to include and involve all those who have an interest in the sport regardless of ability.

Over the last year various groups of young people have only recently been introduced to the skills of Gaelic football, Hurling and Camogie. They have also participated in the Ulster Championship half time games, and through further involvement with our clubs the Ulster Council intends to expand and further develop this important work.

GAA for All – Coach Education Workshop
GAA for All – Part 2
Ulster Council Disability and Special Needs Strategy 2006-2008
Nursery Brochure Template
FUNdamentals Nursery Ideas
Nursery Station Drills 1
Nursery Station Drills 2
Cerebal Palsy Ideas for GAA training