EUSAPA FUNCTIONAL MAP – SPORT Key Area Key Roles Key Functions A. Planning A.1 Develop and adapt

exercise and training programmes for individuals with disabilities for specific sports

A.2 Initial assessment of current situation and past history

A.3 Develop and adapt exercise and training plans

A.1.1 Identify mission, vision, aims and objectives of the organisation in relation to provision of opportunities for people with disabilities in sport and recreation in different settings (e.g. inclusive/segregated/unified or competitive/recreational)

A.1.2 Identify competencies, environments and attitudes needed to meet programme objectives

A.2.1 Compile a comprehensive account of previous history relevant to future participation in sport/recreation (e.g. medical, achievements, social, communication etc)

A.2.2. Assess individual in the following areas: interest and motivation; sports specific (i.e. anthropometrics, bioenergetics, neuromuscular, psychological, functional ability, classification, communication).

A.2.3 Assess the environment of the individual (e.g. economics, sport and recreation structures, extrinsic barriers, family, supports etc)

A.3.1 Agree short, medium and long term goals based on strengths and weaknesses.

A.3.2 Identify resources (e.g. human, equipment, finance)

A.3.3 Devise training plan to cover following areas: physical, tactical, technical and psychological

A.3.4 Agree monitoring process and schedule B. Management B.1 Communication and

Cooperation

B.2 Administration

B.1.1 Consult with other professionals as part of a multi-disciplinary team B.1.2 Communicate with staff/volunteers, athletes, families, school, organisations and media

B.2.1 Prepare reports B.2.2 Make bookings

B.2.3.Maintain correspondence

B.3 Finances

B.3.1 Plan budgets B.3.2 Organise fundraising strategy

B.4 Human Resources

B.4.1 Recruit and evaluate staff B.4.2 Recruit and evaluate volunteers

C. Coaching/Instructing C.1. Adapt coaching

strategies

C.1.1 Adapt coaching styles to meet the needs of the individual C.1.2 Adapt coaching methods C.1.3 Plan communication strategies C.1.4 Plan behavioural strategies

D. Monitoring D.1. Evaluate impact and

re-adjust the plan

D.1.1 Regularly establish if goals have been met (as per plan) D.1.2 Re-assess individual and social strengths and weaknesses according to plan D.1.3 Identify causes for under/over achievement of goals D.1.4 Re-agree short, medium and long term goals based on strengths and weaknesses. D.1.5 Re-Identify resources (e.g. human, equipment, finance) D.1. Re-devise training plan to cover following areas: physical, tactical, technical and psychological

E. Adapted sport development

E.1 Advocacy

E.2 Lifelong learning

E.1.1 Promote adapted sport E.1.2 Lobbying for realisation of rights E.1.3 Advocate for standards in APA including the need for specialists

E.1.1 Promote adapted sport E.1.2 Lobbying for realisation of rights E.1.3 Advocate for standards in APA including the need for specialists

E.2.1 Identify own needs for professional development E.2.2 Engage in continuing professional development activities (e.g. reading, workshops etc) E.2.3 Networking E.2.4 Self-evaluation