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We all have a responsibility in recognizing a possible concussion following a hit to the head or body. Know the signs and symptoms of a concussion. Learn mor...
RT @SIRCtweets STUDY. Children who play sports are less likely to go through symptoms of depression when compared to those who do not take part in sports. Kids who play 2 or more sports show the greatest benefits. #MentalHealth @activeforlife @SportForLife_ https://t.co/B87tlWclFg
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We are just under a week away from SIRC leading the discussion on concussion prevention in sport. Beth Liverman (Skate Canada / Patinage Canada), Kerry MacDonald (Volleyball Canada) and Aaron Geisler (Football Canada) will be speaking to how changing the rules will make sport safe from concussions. #HEADstrongCanada
💪🏼Together, we’re ALL Rising Strong!
In Vancouver, kicking off Women Deliver, the world’s largest gender equality conference! 8,000 participants from all over the world, here with one common goal!
Remember, you can participate virtually! Find the link at Women Deliver
Women Deliver 2019 Mobilization Canada
RT @ONgov A concussion can change the game. Know the signs. #HitStopSit #RowansLaw
Wow! Our Regina Sport & Self-Esteem Summer Camps are almost full!!! Don't wait to get YOUR GIRL in the game this summer! Check out what's happening this summer: *Regina Sport & Self-Esteem Camps* Week 1: July 8th-12th Week 2: July 15th -19th *Regina Huda School Sport & Self-Esteem Camp* July 22nd-26...
A focus on winning at all costs has created sport programs in which building psychological, cognitive, social and emotional skills are largely ignored, yet these are essential ingredients for successful high performance athletes. Today's blog provides an overview of the development of executive functions and social and emotional learning through sport.
🎉SO excited to announce I have been selected as 1 of 50 bursary recipients to attend the Women Deliver conference in Vancouver in June!
Women Deliver is the world’s largest conference on gender equality and health, rights and wellbeing of women and girls. Canada is hosting this year in Vancouver, from June 3-6. At a time when the global terrain for girls and women continues to shift, and as progress in health, gender-based violence and economic and political participation of women is urgently needed, over 7,000 world leaders, activists, parliamentarians, celebrities, journalists and young people will come to Canada to discuss these issues.
I could speak about what gender equality means to me for days, and I will in June! But for now, I’ll keep it to a one minute video and challenge everyone I tag to do the same!
WHAT DOES GENDER EQUALITY MEAN TO YOU?!👇🏼SHARE HERE OR SHARE AND TAG Women Deliver 2019 Mobilization Canada or myself, tag others and challenge them to do so too; let’s keep this conversation rolling!
RT @CAAWS Playing sports can help girls increase self-esteem, improve body image, and build stronger personal relationships. #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/8nUeqwlJvr
RT @ParticipACTION Want to get the 7-9hrs of uninterrupted sleep experts recommend? Try 150 mins of weekly heart-pumping physical activity. The Canadian Sleep and Circadian Network, Canadian Sleep Society, Fondation Sommeil & Wake-up Narcolepsy Canada want you to Sleep on It! @SOI_DLD #SleepBetter https://t.co/4ZDoULNyPa
RT @ExploreON Athletes play through a lot of challenges – a #concussion shouldn’t be one of them. https://t.co/zzwUTvpZR6 #HitStopSit #RowansLaw https://t.co/BB2sJWd3W7
RT @SportCanada_EN Do you have a sport project in mind that could improve the health of your community?
RT @nytimes The findings of a new study that looked at the heart of a swimmer vs. the heart of a runner underscored how sensitive our bodies are to different types of exercise https://t.co/3pzTJpbRHB
RT @SIRCtweets “It is vital that we try to develop positive body image in our children, as we know that positive body image is associated with higher self-esteem and healthy behaviors..." says Amy Slater of @UWEBristol Centre for Appearance Research https://t.co/1sEvoRalvY
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