PLAY6S Training is a one day, six-hour training session for educators, caregivers, and professionals in any practice who are interested in learning comprehensive, practical, and easy to use tools for making their spaces more adaptable and inclusive
PLAY6S Training recognizes the necessity for balancing the needs of the professional; including reducing fears, connecting to personal barriers, building inclusive mindset, identifying sensory difference, and creating safe supportive teaching spaces and meeting the needs of all students.
This training is taught and created by specialists in Adapted Physical Activity, Education, Paralympic Sport and Therapeutic Play, and creates a safe space for professionals to share authentic reflections about challenges and barriers they face when working with students who move, understand, behave, connect and communicate in ways that are unfamiliar to them.
The second half of the training focuses on providing tools for the classroom, gymnasium, and playground that help both students and educators to build successful and motivating environments through play. Using PLAY6S tools for adaptive and inclusive play educators will be able to build greater flexibility for the physical, cognitive and social success of every student into their planning.
Central Alberta Regional Consortium
8 Page Ave
Red Deer, AB
Date & Time:
October 10, 2019 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
For more information and to register, go here.