Second Annual Fit-In Conference

ANNUAL FIT-IN CONFERENCE 

Each year we bring national leaders in the field of adapted sports and inclusive recreation to Syracuse in order to foster innovation and inclusion in our community.  We try to change up the format and venue each year.  The Fit-In conference is archived on our website in order to reach a wide audience.  

CONFERENCE ARCHIVE

Fit-In 1: New Paradigms for Assistive Technology and Inclusive Fitness

Fit-In 2: Activating Communities: Grassroots Inclusive Fitness in Central New York

Fit-In 3: Adaptive Design Charrette 

Fit-In 4: Collective Access and Critical Design: Walks and Talks along Onondaga Creek

Fit-In 5: Sensational Inspirational Movement Seminar! 

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2014 Fit-In 2

Second Annual Fit-In Conference | October 10, 2014

Activating Communities: Grassroots Inclusive Fitness in Central New York

Please join us on October 10 for our second annual "Fit-In" Conference!

2014 Fit-IN Conference Program

Where: WCNY Building, 415 W. Fayette Street in Syracuse’s SALT District on the Near West Side

How: To register for this free conference please contact Regina McConnell at 464-7561 or Mcconner@upstate.edu. Space is limited! This conference will be video-archived on our website for those who can’t make it in person.

Who: This inter-disciplinary conference is for athletes (with and without disabilities), families, high school students, community leaders, professionals in sports media, adapted physical education, physical therapy, occupational therapy, dance, pediatrics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, public health, urban planning, and anyone who has an interest in adapted sports and inclusive fitness.

Why: Learn, network, advocate for inclusive fitness in Central New York

The Fit-In Conference is brought to you by SUNY Upstate Medical University Foundation/Golisano Childrens Hospital; SUNY Upstate’s Physical Therapy Program; SUNY Upstate’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, SUNY Cortland Department of Adapted Physical Education; and Syracuse University’s Burton Blatt Institute, David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, the School of Education, the Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion at the Maxwell School, and LaCasita Cultural Center.