| COVID-19 has been the single biggest global disruption in the last 75 years. It has pushed many activities “online”, which has privileged some forms of human engagement (e.g., virtual meetings) over others (e.g., playing, sport, personal training, manual therapies like chiropractic, massage and physical rehabilitation) during this time. This has exposed many vulnerabilities to the way we do business in fields such as sport, recreation, exercise and medicine. Those fields that can adapt, survive; while those that cannot, are in jeopardy. What does physical literacy practice look like in a COVID-19-disrupted world? Can we adapt? |
Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 PM PST.