Join NCRPA and friends for continued discussion how we are adjusting our athletic programs, communicating with participants while social distancing, and rethinking how we are engaging online and offline. Attendees will be asked to share stories and strategies that are helping them foster a strong collaborative culture during this time. This webinar will be limited to 100 participants. This webinar is for NCRPA members and parks and recreation professionals and students only. Attendees will be asked to share stories and strategies of how they are staying engaged and connected, and how they are planning for what comes next. Please review the informational resources from NRPA9 https://www.nrpa.org/our-work/Three-Pillars/health-wellness/coronavirus-disease-2019/ ) as well as the tool created by the The Aspen Institute with the support of medical experts, the info is designed to help people of all ages assess risk in a variety of common sport and recreational activities. https://www.aspenprojectplay.org/return-to-play
We may refer to these resources on the call.