Andy Rose of Chelsea FC Foundation at 12th EFDN Conference
As the 12th EFDN ‘#Morethanfootball’ Conference get’s closer, we are continuing to put a focus on the speakers and we are delighted to announce Andy Rose of Chelsea FC Foundation, who will present the Foundation’s Disability Inclusion programme .
The workshop called ”Remove the Fear of Coaching Disabled People” is designed to empower coaches by given them the tools to provide inclusive practice. The course also enables them to use personal reflection so they can adapt their approach to suite any situation.
The Chelsea Foundation’s Disability Inclusion programme enables young people and adults with any disability to participate in regular, organised football matches and coaching sessions in a safe and enjoyable environment. Through the delivery of equality and disability awareness training for coaches and teachers, the Chelsea Foundation embeds a culture of inclusive sport and physical activity, ensuring disabled people can access the sport or physical activity of their choice, inspiring them to be more active and encouraging them to develop the skills and confidence to realise their potential.
Andy Rose – Chelsea FC
Andy Rose has worked for Chelsea FC Foundation for 5 years. He has been coaching disability football for 9 years and has been working with disabled children for 19 years. Andy has also been running disability workshops for over 4 years.
Andy has a profound passion for changing the way society engages with disabled people.