Everyone has the right to learn and play. This collection of resources can support program staff and teachers in enabling children with special needs to be more physically active and engaged in programs where adaptation for a variety of needs will be added throughout the fall.
- Facilitation for Healthy Communities Toolkit (HCT)
This toolkit is meant to provide a quick and easy reference guide to facilitation using a handful of techniques, rather than a comprehensive review of how to facilitate groups effectively, or each of the techniques covered. The material is adapted from the information and examples presented in a Healthy Communities series about various facilitation approaches and techniques.
- Healthy Foods-Nutrition standards
This tool explains how to choose foods and drinks that fit the nutrition standards of Santhivardhana schools found within nourishing minds. Towards comprehensive school community health nutrition policy develop by Santhivardhana. Use this tool to help select foods and drinks to be served or sold in schools
- Special life skill trainings
This year Santhivardhana has been planning to conducting Life skill trainings are includes self-care, pre-vocational skills, daily living skills, community based instruction, leisure and recreation skills, functional reading, fundamental mathematics, work related behaviour skills, bargaining and shopping skills, cooking and housekeeping skills.
- Getting girls active: Reducing gender inequality in physical activity
The studies said that most girls are less active than boys from childhood to adolescence. Creative and concerted efforts are needed to directly address this gender gap. The research presented shows that peers, parents, active travel to school and after-school clubs hold promise to help girls become and stay active. Summary of findings. It is possible to identify and train influential adolescent girls to become peer-supporters and encourage or promote a more active lifestyle among their friendship groups. By encouraging girls to sign up to new activities, showing support for their inability to ability.