Monthly Archives: June 2017

The South Surrey White Rock Community Recieves a Green Light to Move Forward on an Innovative and Creative Partnership in Health Promotion

South Surrey White Rock B.C. – The residents of South Surrey White Rock will be the beneficiaries of a unique and innovative health promotion project. Thanks to a partnership with the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation (PAHF) and Sport for Life Society, the community will experience a groundbreaking investment into their health and wellbeing. “Our Foundation’s…
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Inclusive Physical Literacy and Intellectual Disability

So far, I have mostly written about physical literacy with regards to a motor disability in this blog. When we think about the limitations to active living that are caused by disabilities, we often think first about physical disability and the physical adaptations that individuals with these disabilities require to get active. This is also…
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How To Create Quality Experiences In Sport And Activity (3)

Everyone Included And Participant Centered When I’m coaching and leading activity programs, I find that I’m often working with kids and youth who have a wide range of skills and development. It can make it tricky for me to design practices that are interesting and challenging for all of them. Sometimes I set up activity…
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Aboriginal Communities: Active for Life (full-day)

The Aboriginal Communities: Active for Life resource and accompanying full-day workshop were created with guidance from Indigenous leaders throughout the country, with the purpose of inspiring community leaders looking for culturally tailored resources that act as a vehicle toward individual and community holistic development. The resource and workshop supports these individual champions as they embark on a…
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