Training Locations Montreal / Ottawa / Toronto

WE BELIEVE
EVERY CHILD
SHOULD HAVE
THE OPPORTUNITY
TO PLAY SPORTS

Proset Inclusive Tennis offers an adapted
sport activity to schools and community
organizations, who like to excel their
Special Needs students into physical activity
and learn about a healthy lifestyle.

History

The sport program is adapted, fun, innovative and has a positive impact on kids and teens. In 2010, Philippe Manning started realizing a long-cherished wish. He developed a unique sports program for children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder, including Asperger’s, PDD-NOS, Classic Autism), ADHD and Down Syndrome. The method combines sport with the teaching  of universal skills Philippe Manning combines a specially developed tennis program which includes teaching five universal skills: Joint attention, Motor development, Socio-emotional skills, Motivation, Participation. Coaching, Philippe ensures that the sports program seamlessly adapts to the needs of children and adults.
As a result they are able to enjoy movement and have fun playing sports in a constructive atmosphere. A successful program that is popular with children. The result is a successful sports and instructional program that is popular with children (their parents!) and adults. The success is partly due to a well thought out sports program and on the other part is due to the personal approach, enthusiasm, passion and drive of Philippe. The sports program enhances the natural preference of children to move and become skilled in several aspects.

Philippe Manning

Founder, Director

“I like to challenge the kids with different games so I can engage their minds in addition to gross and fine motor skills. Tennis also helps kids focus, helps with hand-eye coordination and making eye contact. I often just let the kids play and work together and if we get to tennis, we get to tennis”

Philippe Manning

Founder, Director

“I like to challenge the kids with different games so I can engage their minds in addition to gross and fine motor skills. Tennis also helps kids focus, helps with hand-eye coordination and making eye contact. I often just let the kids play and work together and if we get to tennis, we get to tennis”