On this page find resources from previous Practice Change Champions sessions. Please note that discussion group sessions are not recorded to allow for open discussion.
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Facilitator: Glory Ressler, Canadian Mothercraft Society
This session was delivered concurrently in English and French, facilitated by staff from Children's Inclusion Support Services.
Facilitator: Carolyne Normand, The Bethany Hope Centre
Facilitator: Rachel Day, The Bethany Hope Centre
Panelists: Kim Vandermeer, Somerset West Community Health Center; Katherine Gummeson, Family Services Ottawa; Carolyne Normand, Bethany Hope Centre; Brooke Talisman, St. Mary's Home; and Marine Noel et Louise Albert, Grandir Ensemble
Facilitator: Jessica Lemieux, RSW, Cultivation Therapy Services
Physical literacy is about having the physical skills, confidence, and love of movement to be active for life. This encourages a healthy and balanced mental health. To become physically literate, children need to develop these skills and have the opportunities to do so. We asked our community to share some of their favourite activities to promote physical literacy.
Note: this session was repeated on June 8 after significant power outages inhibited attendance for many in May
Towards the start, a video is played. This was clipped from the recording, If you want to see it, please go to https://youtu.be/sutfPqtQFEc