About confidence and the importance of getting out of one’s comfort zone Being confident about one’s physical skills is one component of physical literacy. When you want to try a new sport, it helps to know that you have the abilities to succeed. Knowledge and mastery of basic skills help build confidence. But how can…Read more
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It's summer, let's play! From as far back as I can remember, I spent my summers outside. With my mother being a teacher we had the chance to spend summer holidays at home. I was never bored; in fact, far from it. I usually spent my days in the pool! I've never been the biggest…Read more
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…Read more
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…Read more
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