RETURN TO SPORT
Return to Sport/Activity
We are pleased to present the following documents regarding our response to the COVID-19 Pandemic:
•Return to Sport Plan for BC Blind Sports
This document includes our return
to sport and program plans. It outlines some of the ways return to
sport may be different than return to other activities and what permissions
will need to be in place. We also have included information about the
impact of COVID-19 on athletes and participants who are blind or partially
sighted as well as information on modified guiding and instruction techniques
which can be used for physical activity. We encourage other provincial
sport organizations who have athletes who are blind or partially sighted
to consider use of these modified guiding and instruction techniques,
and we would be pleased to support you in personalizing this by sport
and individual athlete. Each individual and organization using this plan
should consider their own situation and the inherent risks of sport involvement
in making their decision to return to sport – and what that looks
like for them. This document applies to all of our programs.
•Return to Work Plan
This document outlines our
return to work plan, including how members or the public would visit
if needed. This document applies to all of our programs and covers staff
as well as volunteers. Please note that our office remains at the Joyce
Street location and we would not be moving until early in 2021, however
staff are still working partially remotely so please do not drop in un-announced.
•Goalball Return to Play
This document outlines the return
to goalball plan. It will be used in conjunction with the above Return
to Sport and Return to Work plans.
•Blind Ice Hockey Return to Play
This document outlines the return to blind ice hockey plan. It will be
used in conjunction with the above Return to Sport and Return to Work
Summary of Notices:
Outlined below are the updates and member notices that have been released to date.
Mike Lonergan developed and released a series of skills and games for members to use to help develop and maintain skill levels and fitness during self-isolation. These are still important until we are able to get to our sport programs. Try these out!
You can continue to contact us as follows:
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