Resources

  • Shaping the Ideal NSO: LTD Implementation

    Shaping the Ideal NSO: LTD Implementation

    Shaping the Ideal NSO: LTD Implementation This document is intended as a resource to help NSOs to determine the next…

  • Becoming a CS4L Community

    Becoming a CS4L Community

    Becoming a CS4L community Building an Activation Plan that works for your community How should you advanced CS4L in your…

  • No Accidental Champions: LTD for Athletes with a Disability (3rd Edition)

    No Accidental Champions: LTD for Athletes with a Disability (3rd Edition)

    No Accidental Champions: Long-Term Development for All (3rd Edition) No Accidental Champions describes some of the opportunities and challenges that…

  • LTAD: Information for Parents

    LTAD: Information for Parents

    LTAD: Information for Parents Doing what is best for your child is what LTAD is all about, and Canadian sport…

  • Training Athletes with a Physical Disability

    Training Athletes with a Physical Disability

    Training Athletes with a Physical Disability Athletes with a disability pass through the same stages of Long-Term Athlete Development as their able…

  • Richmond Sport for Life Strategy

    Richmond Sport for Life Strategy

    Richmond Sport for Life Strategy The Richmond Sport for Life Strategy is one of four inter-related strategies that serve to…

  • Winnipeg Community Sport Policy

    Winnipeg Community Sport Policy

    Winnipeg Community Sport Policy January, 2012 - “To achieve positive change among Manitoba’s population, communities, organizations and governments need to pool…

  • The Vancouver Sport Strategy

    The Vancouver Sport Strategy

    The Vancouver Sport Strategy May, 2008 - From our ocean playground to Olympic venues, the Vancouver Sport Strategy (VSS) reflects our…

  • Abbotsford BC: Successful Alignment with Canadian Sport for Life and Physical Literacy in a Recreation Environment

    Abbotsford BC: Successful Alignment with Canadian Sport for Life and Physical Literacy in a Recreation Environment

    Abbotsford BC: Successful Alignment with Canadian Sport for Life and Physical Literacy in a Recreation Environment Highlighting the partnership between…

  • PLAYself

    PLAYself

    PLAYself PLAYself is a self-evaluation used by the child to determine their perception of their own physical literacy. Download here

  • PLAY SAFE: Physical Literacy and Injury Prevention Guide for Leaders

    PLAY SAFE: Physical Literacy and Injury Prevention Guide for Leaders

    PLAY SAFE: Physical Literacy and Injury Prevention Guide for Leaders Safety is a best practice. The tools in this guide…

  • PLAYparent

    PLAYparent

    PLAYparent PLAYparent should be filled out by a parent of a child aged seven and up. This assessment provides one perspective…