Webinar

RETURN TO SPORT WEBINAR – 3 JUNE 2020

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Your Club Post-COVID / Physical & Mental Well-Being

As we re-open our clubs we look into what a sporting club looks like post the COVID-19 shutdown. What changes do you need to make to the way your club operates? What impact has the shutdown had on our physical and mental state? In this webinar we will look into:

  • Practical changes you will need to make at your club
  • What impact the COVID-19 shutdown has had on your members
  • What to look out for and how to support your members mental well-being
  • The impact the cessation of sport has had on your members physical well-being
  • Injury prevention and providing support to your athletes

Leah Cassidy will look into the practical aspects for clubs as they return to sport.

Professor Murray Drummond and John Mannion will look at the impact of COVID-19 from a mental health perspective, the impact we will see on participation and what clubs can do to be ready to support their members.

Dr Mark Ralfe and Andrew Clarkson will look at the impact on the break to our athletes and what measures you can put in place to support their physical health.

Sporting clubs unite us, connect us and gives us a sense of purpose.

When we were unable take part in that during COVID-19 shutdown, it really impacted our mental health.

John Mannion, Breakthrough Mental Health Research Foundation

OUR PANEL

Leah Cassidy
Sport SA
Professor Murray Drummond
SHAPE Research Centre
John Mannion
Breakthrough Mental Health Research Foundation
Dr Mark Ralfe
Sports Medicine
General Practitioner
Andrew Clarkson
Andrew Clarkson
Physiotherapist
Ben Hook
Ben Hook
Hooked on Sport Podcast

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Club Committees
  • Parents
  • Volunteers
  • Coaches
  • Managers
  • Athletes
  • Associations
  • Leagues

FREE EVENT

REGISTER HERE

The South Australian Sports Federation Incorporated (Sport SA), the peak sports industry professional association for all South Australian sports was established in 1991.

Sport SA is a non-government, not for profit organisation providing industry advocacy, training and professional support to more than 140 member groups and affiliated bodies.

Breakthrough Mental Health Research Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to tackling mental health head on.

As Australia’s only dedicated mental health research foundation, we exist to support ground breaking research that will help to transform the lives of those affected by mental health issues.