The sport is a complex subject that involves many facets of human life, but it is especially complicated for those with disabilities.
It is also a complicated subject for parents of children with disabilities who are struggling with the learning and understanding of the sport.
This is a seminar that will help parents and their children understand the various aspects of sport and how to best navigate these topics.
This seminar will discuss: What is disability?
What are some of the challenges parents have in trying to understand what their children with disability are doing, and how they are learning.
What are the challenges that parents have navigating the sport of athletics?
What is the sport in terms of disability and how do we make it better for children?
What can parents do to help their children achieve their sport-specific goals?
When can parents talk about sports and disabilities?
When parents talk to other parents about their children’s disabilities, they may find themselves with an understanding of how sports can help improve their childrens lives.
This conference is not intended to be a substitute for an individualized coaching session or a formal coaching program.
It can be a helpful tool for parents and other caregivers to help them navigate this complicated subject.
For more information, please call: 617-724-8111.
For scheduling, please email: [email protected].
This seminar is free and open to the public.
You do not need a reservation.
For information regarding the National Sports Conference of the United States (NSCCUS), please contact: [contact email protected].
The sport and disability are topics that can be discussed without a disability or medical condition.
There are many different ways that parents can help their kids and/or their families achieve their athletic goals.
This course will be a valuable resource for parents who are looking for guidance on how to communicate sports and/ or disability issues.
The event is intended to help parents communicate and understand sports and disability issues that are difficult for them to discuss.
There is no obligation for parents to attend.
However, parents are encouraged to attend, as this will provide them with a more meaningful discussion about sports, and the challenges they face in navigating these issues.