Pathway for Champions

 
On May 14th 2011, Special Olympics Ontario hosted a Sport Summit at the Seneca College King Campus in King City.  The central focus of the day was to look forward at advancing opportunity in sport by creating pathways for our athletes by developing and focusing on specific issues around capacity, access and support.
 
Discussion was led by Judy Kent, a facilitator with specialization in Sport and was centred on the following themes:
  • Our athlete base is now comprised of nearly 46% youth athletes
  • Creating capacity in our sport programs
  • Creating access to sport
  • Supporting sport training and competitive opportunities.
 The summit brought together volunteers of all stripes who represented areas including those:
  • currently coaching sport programs
  • committed to enabling youth to become involved
  • eager to provide solutions for advancing opportunities for all athletes.
Special Olympics Ontario would like to thank all who were involved in the discussion. It marked a positive first step in establishing a direction for Special Olympics Ontario in the future.
 
This is only the beginning! To move forward we must do so together and we would strongly encourage ALL members of Special Olympics Ontario to share in the discussion. On this page you will find presentations that were delivered at the summit, highlights of the discussion points of the day and the final report of the Sport Summit 2011. 
 
We would also hope that you would contribute your feedback to the discussion by participating in the discussion groups relating to the topic either in the General Discussion groups found below or on the Sport Specific Discussion Forums.
 

 Presentations & Documents

  • Presentation 1
  • Presentation 2
  • Presentation 3

Reports & Highlights

  • Please "view" the Sport Summit Report document below, under "Reports & Highlights"

Discussion & Feedback

We'd like to hear from you!
Please CLICK HERE to enter our Sport Summit Discussion Forum and share your thoughts about the Future Direction of Special Olympics Ontario.

Please note: You will need to JOIN the Discussion group before adding your replying or adding your comments.

Sport Discussion Forums

We'd like to hear your thoughts, feedback and discussion about development, pathways or direction relating to a Specific Sport.
 
Please CLICK HERE to enter our Sport Discussion Forums.  Select your sport and connect with other coaches, volunteer and staff.

Please note: You will need to JOIN the Discussion group before adding your replying or adding your comments.

 
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Introduction to Sport Summit 2011 - by Glenn MacDonell, President & CEO  1640k v. 1 24 Nov 2014, 11:29 Dia Sue-Wah-Sing
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Sport Summit 2011 - Workshop Outlines, Judy Kent - Facilitator  137k v. 1 24 Nov 2014, 11:29 Dia Sue-Wah-Sing
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Sport Summit 2011 - Organizational Evolution of SOO, Pathways - Dia Sue-Wah-Sing, Sport Developer  4764k v. 1 24 Nov 2014, 11:29 Dia Sue-Wah-Sing
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Responses to how do you see growth happening in your sport?  410k v. 1 24 Nov 2014, 11:29 Dia Sue-Wah-Sing
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Responses to what opportunities would you like to see in your sport?  371k v. 1 24 Nov 2014, 11:29 Dia Sue-Wah-Sing
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Responses to are you currently aware of any pathways for athletes in your sport?  487k v. 1 24 Nov 2014, 11:29 Dia Sue-Wah-Sing
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What is the age make-up of our youth?  126k v. 1 24 Nov 2014, 11:29 Dia Sue-Wah-Sing
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How many of our athletes are youth?  317k v. 1 24 Nov 2014, 11:29 Dia Sue-Wah-Sing
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What sports are our youth involved in?  164k v. 1 24 Nov 2014, 11:29 Dia Sue-Wah-Sing
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