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May Research & Community Engagement Seminar

This Calgary Adapted Hub powered by Jumpstart Research & Community Engagement Seminar will feature Dr. Amy Latimer-Cheung.

Seminar Title: A Blueprint for Building Quality Participation in Sport for Children, Youth and Adults with a Disability

Date & Time: Thursday, May 26, 2022 / 4-5 p.m. MST

Register (FREE on Zoom!): Click here to register on EventBrite

What to expect: Amy’s presentation will focus on one of many practical resources she has helped developed and includes some interactive activities for us all. This seminar is well suited for sport and recreation leaders and programmers, providing evidence-informed practical strategies to implement into existing and new programs.


About the Speaker:

Dr. Amy Latimer-Cheung is a Professor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen’s University. Her research aims to encourage people to move more. Amy is particularly interested in increasing sport and exercise participation among people with a disability by creating positive activity experiences. Passionate about translating her research into practice, she has contributed to the development of more than 30 practical resources and tools such as The Quality Participation Blueprint for Children, Youth and Adults with a Disability. A direct translation of her research into practice, Amy is the Executive Co-Director of Kingston Revved-Up, an adapted exercise program for 200 people with a disability. Amy is a dedicated undergraduate instructor and graduate student mentor.