Join us Monday, December 4 at 11:00am EST/ 9:00am MST for our December #WePlayChat on Inclusive Play. We are thrilled to welcome co-moderator Brandi Heather, Adapted Physical Activity and Play Development Specialist based in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada.
Brandi is both a Builder and Instructor, she has spent 19 years using accessible play as the foundation of her programming and teaching. Brandi has helped to build a highly successful 2 year Adapted Physical Education Diploma Program at Red Deer College. The program’s foundation is built on teaching strength based physical literacy programming for people with disabilities. Her programs focus on igniting potential, expanding expectations, and exploring possibilities; children and their families participate together in a play based exploration that builds a child’s physical, cognitive and emotional development that offers both success and challenge for children with a variety of ability levels.
Her children’s adapted physical activity programming helps children and families connect to the importance of movement through play, developing physical literacy skills for a lifetime. Her play spaces give opportunity to explore their physical ability, determination, gross and fine motor skills and to discover how their body explores space and boundaries.
Here are the questions that will guide our chat:
Q4. What are examples of great play based activities that you have seen in community that include people of all abilities?
#WePlayChat is our monthly Twitter chat for anyone seeking to gain knowledge around the wide open field of play. Launched in 2016, our #WePlayChat participants come from 9 countries, spanning 4 continents – all tuning in to connect around PLAY. This FREE professional learning opportunity is a great way to connect with fellow play enthusiasts, teachers and experts from across the globe.
We love sharing the voice of play on Twitter through our #WePlayChat. We have our chats at different times on different days to get the most involvement across our membership. You will not want to miss them! Tune in and to join in and contribute to the conversation around the value of play.