Language: English 
Workshop Duration: 4 Hours 
 
The Physical Literacy for Older Adults workshop is specifically designed to provide leaders who work with older adults (55+) with an increased understanding of physical literacy development. During this half-day workshop, participants will take part in an interactive session that will help you to define physical literacy, the key barriers to participation for older adults and how to address them. Participants will learn how to incorporate ten characteristics and considerations to design quality programs for older adults. By the end of the workshop participants will know how to make modifications or create new physical literacy enhanced programs in their own organization. 
 
Learning Objectives: 
  • Examine the definitions of physical literacy. 
  • Describe the components of physical literacy. 
  • Differentiate between physical literacy,physical activity, and physical fitness. 
  • Identify and address the three key barriers to participation for older adults. 
  • Explain how to use the “Five plus Five” to design quality programs for older adults. 
  • Create modifications to existing programs, or create physical literacy-enhancing activity programs for older adults. 
This workshop can be delivered in person or virtually. 
 
To book this workshop please fill out this form or contact us at workshops@sportforlife.ca


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