PlayCore Scholar Series: Creating Conditions of Possibility

Wednesday, March 3, 2021, All Day  

Creating Conditions of Possibility: Diverse, equitable, and inclusive recreation space for individuals with disabilities

Communities’ recreation spaces, such as parks and playgrounds, are so very important to community members with disabilities as they establish the conditions of possibility for how people live in a community.  Diverse, equitable, inclusive recreation spaces support participation in everyday activities and relationships, while unsupportive environments can lead to isolation, exclusion, and marginalization. Careful planning and coordination of a community’s recreation spaces is necessary to ensure individuals with disabilities have just and equitable access to the supports needed for participating in daily activities of community living. This webinar will present practices to promote the inclusion of individuals with disabilities in a community’s public recreation spaces and their participation in daily activities of community living.

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Educational resources and continuing education certificates will be provided. CEUs for a total of 1 Professional Development Hours (.1 IACET CEU). Learners receiving CEUs must meet the criteria for participation and achievement of learning objectives.

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Guest Speaker:
Keith Christensen, RLA, PhD  
Department of Landscape Architecture
and Environmental Planning, PhD,
Disability Disciplines, Utah State University 
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Russ Carson, PhD
PlayCore Research and
Health & Wellness Advisor
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Inés Palacios, PhD
CORE Training & Development
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The instructor of this learning event is employed by PlayCore and discloses interest in participants partnering with PlayCore on their play and recreation initiatives.

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