It's about what you can do, not what you can't. That means ALL children, young people and adults CAN join in with everything! It may take more effort, creativity, organising, imaginative thinking and thoughtfulness, to enable everyone to take part, but it's well worth it.
Thankfully the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA 1995) sets that out, legally, for all follow. Disabled toilets and general more accessible facilities are more available and if not, parents and carers are entitled to ask for them. People are far more aware of their human rights now and what to expect
Welcome to a world that is more inclusive and welcoming to everyone. (Equality Act 2010)
This really is fantastic...a wonderful example of a Dad's love for his child. Even more so a great example of how to make something exclusive totally 'inclusive'. This little lad, a wheelchair user, has a truly unique fancy dress outfit. He is now super cool to everyone else and also completely included in the fun along with all the fancy dress parade children.
Top marks for Dad!
And yes basketball is possible thanks to modified wheelchairs now available. Accessibility is around but there is always room for improvement and the public, in general, are far more aware of it now, than ever before.