Active Abilities

Children in swimming pool performing backstroke with instructors guidance

Active Abilities provides people 5 years and above of all abilities the opportunity to participate in swimming lessons that are fun, interactive and rewarding. This program is particularly beneficial for students with a disability, learning delays and behavioural challenges.

At Minky’s Swim School we recognise that each student is unique and has individual needs. Understanding that students require different levels of support, the Active Abilities stream offers the opportunity to provide 1 on 1 lessons with the option of working toward transitioning into group lessons where appropriate.

Benefits of Active Abilities: 

  • Flexible lesson structure catered to individual needs
  • 1 teacher to 1 student ratio
  • 30 minute lesson
  • Fun and Educational Activities
  • Enthusiastic and Passionate teaching philosophy

Accessible Facilities

Active Monash prides itself on having a wide range of programs and services designed to help everyone make use of our facilities.

See the available accessible features at our facilities. 

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