In Her Words

Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability (ALACD) report -In Her Words

In Her Words is a novel project that explored the physical activity and recreational sport experiences of mothers with disabilities – for their own health and well-being, and as mentors to their school-aged daughters (9-15 years). Read the new report here or on our resource page found here

Rapport « In Her Words » de l’Alliance de vie active pour les Canadiens/Canadiennes ayant un handicap (ALACD) (en anglais seulement): 

« In Her Words » est un projet novateur qui s’est penché sur les mères en situation de handicap qui ont recours à l’activité physique et au sport récréatif pour leur santé et leur bien-être et pour servir de mentors auprès de leurs filles d’âge scolaire (9 à 15 ans). Lire le nouveau rapport

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Jess Silver: Redefining Disability through adaptive fitness

Professionally, Jess Silver is an accomplished communications professional, published author, adaptive fitness trainer and multilingual educator with a passion for travel and making a positive difference in the world.

Quite apart from what they do though, what really defines a person is who they are. Silver is a passionate physical activity and inclusion advocate and dynamic thought -leader who is constantly challenging herself and those around her to expand their vision of what is possible.

The Secret to Happiness By James Kwinecki

I never thought that one day I would wake up and not be able to see. But here we are, 7 years later and through this change I’ve realized the secret to happiness. Now I know you might be thinking I’m going to talk about chocolate, a loving family or being financially stable – I’m not. (Those things are great too, though). In this blog, I am going to tell you why I think physical activity is the secret to true happiness! WAIT - If you just groaned, give me a chance!