Our ambulant disability groups include profiles which can apply to a wide range of disabilities.
There are three Groups included within this category:
Ambulant players where one or more upper limbs is absent or severely impaired.
Able to walk, but has severe difficulty controlling all four limbs when performing an activity.
Able to walk, but has poor use of three limbs.
One upper limb is severely impaired.
Both arms are severely impaired or amputated.
Both arms slightly impaired or amputated below the elbow.
Opposite arm and leg severely impaired.
Both legs severely impaired, both arms moderately impaired.
Both arms severely impaired, both legs moderately impaired.
Ambulant players where one or more lower limbs is absent or severely impaired.
Able to walk, but one side of the body is of little use; usually can only balance unaided on the good leg.
Able to walk, but only one side of body is non-affected.
Able to walk, but both legs are severely impaired.
Able to walk, but one leg severely impaired.
Able to walk, one leg severely impaired, other leg less impaired.
Able to walk but both legs impaired slightly.
Both hips impaired causing walking difficulty.
Ambulant players where one or more upper or lower limbs are slightly impaired
One or both upper or lower limbs slightly impaired
This toolkit was taken from the Activity Alliance Profiling Toolkit Resource (http://www.activityalliance.org.uk/how-we-help/res...). The toolkit is based on the Activity Alliance Profile System designed by Dr Christine Meaden M.C.S.P., Ph.D. For any further information on the profile system or toolkit please contact Activity Alliance online or call them on 01509 227750.
In agreement with Activity Alliance, WDBS has revised each profile to suit snooker and billiards.