Ophea wishes to acknowledge the contribution of the many organizations who participated in the development of PlaySport.
- Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity
- The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology
- Curriculum Services Canada
- McMaster INfant and Child Health Lab (INCH)
- Motivate Canada
- Ontario Association for the Support of Physical and Health Educators
- Ophea’s Curriculum Advisory Council
- Sport for Life
In addition, Ophea wishes to acknowledge the over 100 participants from schools, public health units and community partner organizations from across Canada that were involved in the development and testing of the resource. In particular, Ophea wishes to thank the following municipalities and townships and over 130 program staff and volunteers for their involved in the RBC Learn to Play, 8 week Helping Boys and Girls ‘PlaySport’ After School physical literacy gender inclusion pilot program:
- Thunder Bay
Every effort has been made to trace the owners of the copyrighted materials and to make due acknowledgement. If situations are identified where this has not been achieved, please notify Ophea so appropriate corrective action can be taken.
The PlaySport materials have been prepared for implementation under supervised conditions. Teachers should be careful to inspect facilities and equipment, and to recognize that participants’ fitness and skill levels are highly variable and adjustments to activities may be necessary to meet the needs of all students.
Ophea, its representatives, and all program sponsors disclaim any and all liability arising from injury incurred by participants. The opinions and information presented in this program are those of Ophea, and no official endorsement by any sponsor is intended or should be inferred.
Copyright 2017 Ophea. All rights reserved. Limited duplication for personal use is acceptable, without permission, provided suitable credit is given.