Cara coordinates, develops and delivers inclusive training and education workshops across the Sport, Fitness, Adventure and Education sectors. All our workshops are designed to equip participants with the knowledge, competence and skills necessary to include people with disabilities in sport and physical activity, and increase quality provision.
Cara’s Tutor Team currently come from many different disabilities, sporting and physical activity professions and organisations.
Our Tutor Team bring a wealth of knowledge and practical experience to each and every workshop. That, coupled with a genuine enthusiasm and love of what they do, always makes for an enjoyable learning experience.
|Inclusive Adventure Activities Training||Postponed due to COVID-19||Wicklow Local Sports Partnership||The Avon, Blessington, Wicklow||10.00-16.00||Clara Jenkinsonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Disability Inclusion Training||Postponed due to COVID-19||Louth Local Sports Partnership||Roche Emmetts GAA Club, 11 Bridgecrest, Rathduff, Dundalk, Louth||10.00-16.00||Tríona Faapitoemail@example.com|
|Disability Inclusion Training||Postponed due to COVID-19||Basketball Ireland||National Basketball Arena, Castletymon Road, Tallaght||10.00-16.00||Paul Carrfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Disability Inclusion Training||Postponed due to COVID-19||Confederation of Golf in Ireland||Donaghadee Parish Church Halls complex, Church Lane, Donaghadee, Down||10.30-16.30||Maeve Kellyemail@example.com|
|Autism in Sport||Postponed due to COVID-19||Cork Sports Partnership||The Mardyke Pavilion, |
Mardyke Sports Ground (UCC), Mardyke, Cork
|Inclusive Fitness Training||Postponed due to COVID-19||Ireland Active||Clayton Hotel Cork City||10.00-16.00||Cliodhna Macnamarafirstname.lastname@example.org
|Disability Inclusion Training||Postponed due to COVID-19||Dun Loaghire Rathdown Sports Partnership||Holy Trinity National School Glencairn, Glencairn Dr Carmanhall and Leopardstown||10.00-16.00||Brian O Donnellemail@example.com
|Disability Inclusion Training||Postponed due to COVID-19||Cork Sports Partnership||Holy Trinity Mayfield Sports Centre, Old Youghal Rd, Mayfield, Cork||10.00-16.00||James Kirbyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Disability Inclusion Training||Postponed due to COVID-19||Donegal Sports Partnership||Inver Community Centre, Ardaghey, Co. Donegal||11.30-17.30||Martin McDevittemail@example.com|
|Autism in Sport||31st Mar||Louth Local Sports Partnership||Dundalk Sports Centre, Tom Bellew Avenue, Dundalk, Co. Louth||18.00-21.00||Áine McDonald||Aine.McDonald@louthcoco.ie|
|Autism in Sport||31st Mar||Fingal Sports Partnership||Skerries TBC||19.00-22.00||David Daly ||firstname.lastname@example.org
|Autism in Sport||2nd Apr||Cavan Local Sports Partnership||Cavan Rugby Club, Swellan, Cavan||18.30-21.30||Dean McElroyemail@example.com
|Autism in Sport||7th Apr||Dublin City Sports & Wellbeing Partnership||Clogher Road Sports Centre, Clogher Road, Crumlin, Dublin||18.00-21.00||Lisa Kellyfirstname.lastname@example.org
|Disability Inclusion Training||11th Apr||Laois Sports Partnership||Marian Centre|
|Disability Inclusion Training||16th May||County Carlow Local Sports Partnership||IT Carlow,|
|Autism in Sport||19th May||Dun Loaghire Rathdown Sports Partnership||TBC||18.00-21.00||Brian O Donnellemail@example.com
|Inclusive Fitness Training||13th Jun||Ireland Active||NUI Galway Sports Centre, University Rd, Galway||10.00-16.00||Cliodhna Macnamarafirstname.lastname@example.org
|Inclusive Fitness Training||17th Jul||Ireland Active||National Sports Campus, Dublin ||10.00-16.00||Cliodhna Macnamaraemail@example.com
Cara advocates for the Inclusion Continuum and the TREE model across all sport and physical activity settings.
Rather than thinking of inclusion as everyone participating together, consider inclusion as a process of ensuring ALL are included at a level appropriate to them.
The activities can vary from “open” to “modified”, “parallel”, “reverse integration”, and “separate”. Sometimes we can think of “inclusion” as everyone participating together, but “open” activities aren’t always possible or may not be the best option for a particular session. Consider ranging from “fully integrated” to “fully segregated” when planning your activities.
Regardless of the activity provided, how can a sport coach, leader, or teacher adapt or modify their sessions to ensure they are inclusive for all ability levels?
The TREE model can be applied to any given type of activity on the Inclusion Continuum. To modify and adapt your activities to make them more inclusive and accessible for all ability levels, you can take an inclusive approach in many different ways by applying this tool:
- Teaching or coaching style: you can adapt the way you communicate with the participants
- Rules and regulations: you can simplify or change the rules and regulations to make your activities more inclusive
- Equipment: you can modify the equipment you use to help the participants access your activities
- Environment: you can adjust where the activities happen and how they are structured to accommodate all ability levels