Learning United, Sports Unlimited.
LUSU was formed with one purpose: to design activity related products, training programmes and materials for those who work with people with disabilities. We are fronted by two passionate, energetic and knowledgeable individuals who are committed to changing the attitudes, techniques and skills of people within educational and sporting environments.
We believe all activity and sport should be fully inclusive. We’re in it together.
Sue Morrison has coached sports, leisure and multi-activity skills to children and young adults for over 25 years. Nurturing a real passion for introducing and developing a love of sport in players of all ages and abilities, Sue has a genuine commitment to finding unique ways for everyone to enjoy being active.
With qualifications across the field, Sue’s experience spans tennis, fitness instruction, multi-sports, disability sports activities and fitness for children. These fundamental skills have helped her build sporting relationships with people in local schools and sports clubs around the country.
Sue is proud to have designed equipment and activity programmes that have supported coaches to engage a huge variety of people in many different physical activities.
Louise Assioun realises the importance of technical understanding and education in inclusive sport. Starting her career with a PGCE in Physical Education, she became a level 4 tennis coach and has been coaching sport for over 20 years, as well as managing a coach education and tennis centre.
Working as a consultant, Louise has delivered a huge number of projects with large organisations such as LTA North, IMAS, Unorthobox, Leeds Beckett University and York University. She was selected for the Tennis Foundation Wheelchair Coach GB Development Programme and also tutors for the organisation.