COVID-19 ResourcesReturn to Play Information
OneAbility seeks to support their members by sharing content that will assist members in their planning. This content is not owned or created by OneAbility nor does OneAbility endorse this content. Organizations should continue to seek guidance from the Provincial Medical Health Officers and seek legal advice and talk to their insurance providers prior to moving forward with returning to programming or operations
- Centre for Youth and Society’s COVID-19 Resource Hub
- COVID-19 Impact on Communities:
- ImagineCanada national report on a survey that took place at the same time as the No Immunity survey. It confirms many of the provincial findings in the No Immunity report. – Click here for PDF
- Phone in option for the COVID-19 Population Health survey For those who can’t complete the survey online or need assistance in another language can call 1-833-707-1900, seven days a week, between 8:30a.m. and 4:30p.m., to take the survey over the phone.
- Update from Jade Yehia’s Environmental Health Team @ Island HealthHPES (Health Protection & Environmental Services aka Environmental Health) is working to support the restart plan for any regulated activities (if there are questions). We’re happy to be a sounding board to any of the CHNs or their members that may have questions. Along that same vein, we just reached out to all of the School District superintendents to support the Schools in their return to the next phase in operation/instruction. Our expertise lends favourably to ANY and all questions about site review, environmental cleaning, and risk reduction.
- Update from Salt Spring Island – great article written by Salt Spring Health Advancement Co-Chair, David Norget
- Sport Law Strategy Group Returning to Participation Under COVID-19: Updating your waivers and forms
Own the Podium Return to Sport Framework
Athletics Canada Back on Track Guidelines
New updates and information include:
Visit the link below to access a comprehensive list of resources to assist with the inclusion of people with disabilities in community sports and recreation. The resources are divided into sections listed below, so please scroll down if there is a section you are particularly interested in.
Inclusion Tools & Resources for Community Leaders: http://rivonline.org/inclusion
Join RFABC in presenting a webinar featuring panelists from a broad cross-section of operators and stakeholders. Results from our recent best practices survey will be shared along with representatives from VIASPORT on their “Return to Sport” guidelines as well as perspectives from WorksafeBC.
The Aspen Institute: Project Play Resources
Power To Be
“As the season begins to shift, we are beginning to foresee what recovery and redesign looks like for our future. Thanks to our collective efforts, the flattening of the curve, slowly, and very carefully we can get back to offering programs in a reduced capacity…” Read the full update here.