Summit Presentations

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Sport for Life Canadian Summit Presentations
  • Citius Vocem 2016
  • 310 and Counting: Toward Sport For All For Life
  • A Practical Demonstration of Adaptations to Games for Children and Youth with a Disability
  • Active for Life: What Does it Mean for Sport and Physical Activity?
  • Adapted Strength and Conditioning (S&C): Targeted S&C for Persons with a Disability to Excel at Physical Activity and Sport
  • Bringing CS4L to Life Through Quality NCCP Coaching
  • Building a Foundation for Physical Literacy in Women 55-70+ through Fundamental Movement Skills
  • Club Excellence: Certifying Fair, Safe and Open Community Sport Experiences in Canada
  • Coaches Adoption and Implementation of Sport Canada LTAD Model
  • Collaborating Across Sectors to Reduce Substance Use Among Youth
  • Community Sport Councils - The Benefits for Your Community Through Collaboration
  • Comprehensive Approach to Implementing a Healthy Eating Strategy at the Nova Scotia 55+ Games
  • Creating Space or Just Juggling? Understanding How Community Sport Organizations Implement Long-Term Athlete Development
  • Doing More With Less
  • Embedding Physical Literacy in Ontario's After School Program: A Legacy of the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan American Games
  • FPT Collaboration Project - Working Together for Collective Impact
  • From the Physical Literacy Frontlines – Using Assessment to Evolve Practice
  • How Sport Councils Can Facilitate Resiliency Within Community Sport Organizations
  • How the LTA/PD Model Supports the Municipal Role in Soccer Delivery
  • How to Get CS4L to the Front of Your Desk
  • Injuries in Canada – Scope and Solutions, Sports and Recreation Injuries
  • Making CS4L A Reality at the Grassroots Level
  • Multi-Sport Games: Powerful Sport Development Tool for NSOs and P/TSOs
  • Multisport Games - Role in Strengthening the Sport System
  • New Citizens
  • Optimizing the Canadian Paralympic System to Enhance High-Performance Outcomes
  • Physical Literacy Through a Lunch-hour Games Approach
  • Physical Literacy Through Sport: Antigonish Multisport Pilot
  • Physical Literacy: The What, Who, and How of Setting Our Children Up For Success
  • Preschool Physical Literacy: Supporting Adults to Create Motivated, Confident, Competent and Resilient Children
  • Responsible Coaching and LTAD
  • Risky Play: Building Resilience for Healthy Children
  • Sport and Mental Health
  • Sport For Life: How An Engaging Alternative Choice Program Can Lead to Increased School Enrolment
  • Sport-for-Resilience: The Canadian Wellbeing Crisis and Sport-Based Support
  • The Long-Term Athlete Development Pathway for Individuals with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities
  • The New Coaching - Rethinking Sport Coaching to Develop Physical Literacy
  • The Role of the Coach in Meaningful Competition
  • Using Mentorship to Develop Coaches Through the Long-Term Athlete Development Stages
  • Using the Athlete Development Matrix to Enhance Community Sport
  • When Kids Are Cut: Fostering Resiliency in Team Selection Practices
  • Winnipeg's Integration of Physical Literacy, Long-Term Athlete Development in the Active Start Stage

  • @clubexcellence: More Than Just a Good Idea
  • Aboriginal Sport for Life - Long-Term Participant Development
  • Active Canada 20/20 - Moving the Physical Activity Agenda Forward, in Coordination with the Canadian Sport Policy and the National Recreation Framework
  • Actively Engaging Women & Girls - Quality Community Programs
  • Advancing CS4L in Ontario - The Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund
  • Ballpark to Bay Street: The Development of Principled Future Business Leaders
  • Building a CS4L Framework for Older Adults
  • Champions League - CS4L Leaders School 2014
  • Checklick and Long-Term Athlete Development: The Benefits of Web-Based Program Delivery
  • Citius Vocem
  • Connecting the Dots Between Policy and Practice on Quality Sport Through Coach and Volunteer Training
  • Converting Athletes in the High Performance Pathway
  • Creating CS4L Capacity in Kingston
  • Desegregation: A Building Block for Excellence
  • Disability Legacy from the 2014 Commonwealth and 2015 Parapan American Games
  • Embracing the Near Win - They Why and How of Meaningful Competition
  • Evolving Sports Development Models for an Amateur Sport: A Case Study of the Ulster Gaelic Athletic Association
  • Focusing on System Efficacy to Improve Athlete Development Pathways
  • From Inspiration to Sustainable Participation in Sport
  • Getting Physical Literacy into the Water Supply: Lessons Learned from Early Adopting Communities
  • Government Priorities - Developing Added Value Through Physical Literacy
  • Hockey & Active for Life - A "Top-Down & Bottom-Up" Partnership to Mobilize Parents in Long-Term Player Development
  • Long-Term Athlete Development 101 (2.0)
  • LTAD Implementation - Impacts and Challenges
  • Move Think Learn (MTL) Resource Series - Sport in Focus
  • Nova Scotia's Implementation Plan - A Collaborative Effort
  • Physical Literacy in Practice - Building Community Pathways to Success Through the Eyes of RBC Learn to Play Grant Recipients
  • Physical Literacy: Priorities for Athlete Development - Rest & Recovery, Nutrition, Posture, and Movement
  • Quality Sport Programming in Communities
  • RBC Sports Day in Canada - A National Celebration of Sport to Strengthen Communities and Get Canadians Moving
  • Small Credits, Big Results: Personalizing Coaching Development for the Future
  • The Critical Role of Volunteers in Promoting, Adopting, and Implementing Both LTAD & CS4L
  • The Future of Fundamental Movement Skills
  • The New CanSkate Program: LTAD Principles in Action
  • The Role of Traditional Teachings in Aboriginal Coach, Athlete and Community Sport & Recreation Development: The Original Sport Psychology
  • The Sport and Physical Activity Participation Legacies from a Learn-To-Curl League - Ideas for Future Sport and Physical Activity Practice
  • Using a Collective Impact Approach to Building Healthier Communities Through Sport
  • Working Together: The Partners' Perspective on CS4L and the Winnipeg Community Sport Policy

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