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The Physical Activity Taskforce, in collaboration with the National Heart Foundation (WA) and the Departments of Transport, Sport and Recreation, Education and Health, produced a Year K-7 teacher resource to foster more active transport to and from schools.
Matilda's Morning Adventures is an early childhood storybook designed to accompany the Choose Active Transport resource for teachers.
This report, prepared by the Australia Local Government Association, Bus Industry Confederation, Cycling Promotion Fund, National Heart Foundation of Australia and International Association of Public Transport, calls on the Australian Government to make a major commitment to driving active transport in Australia.
|Tags:||Active living, Active transport, Advocacy, Cycle paths, Cycling, Footpaths, Government policy, Local government, Planning (built environment/infrastructure), Planning (strategic/organisational), Policy, Public transport, Publications, Sustainability, Walking|
The Department of Transport produces and distributes a range of comprehensive cycling brochures, which can be downloaded from the cycling section of their website.
ARTICLES: Taskforce Parliamentary Briefing; Joint Advisory Committee Meeting;Open Lecture - The Built Environment and Active Living; New National Urban Policy; Global Agenda to Prevent Non Communicable Disease Children 'Risking Heart Disease' By Not Exercising; State Budget Announcement; Healthy Communities Funding; The 4th R Resource Package; Go Red for Women; and, Spotlight on Alison Turner, Department of Education.
The Active After-school Communities program is a national initiative that provides primary school-aged children with access to free, sport and other structured physical activity programs in the after-school time slot of 3.00pm to 5.30pm.
Keeping mentally healthy is just as important as staying physically healthy and it’s as easy as A-B-C: Act-Belong-Commit.
The European Cyclists' Federation stands for promoting and encouraging cycling throughout Europe and abroad, cycling policy at European level, cycle tourism as a sustainable economic factor Environment-friendly mobility, cycling as a health factor, cycling as part of intermobility and safety for vulnerable road users.
The Plan is a comprehensive set of policies, programs, and initiatives that aim to increase physical activity in all segments of the American population. The Plan is the product of a private-public sector collaborative. Hundreds of organisations are working together to change our communities in ways that will enable every American to be sufficiently physically active.
With dramatically rising rates of overweight and obesity, “healthy living” needs to become a way of life for more Canadians. Making healthy food choices, staying physically active and maintaining a healthy weight are essential to good health, and key areas of focus for the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Sport England is the government agency responsible for building the foundations of sporting success, by creating a world-leading community sport environment of clubs, coaches, facilities and volunteers.
The Alberta Centre for Active Living is an advocate of physical activity and a primary source of research and education on physical activity for practitioners, organisations and decision-makers. The Centre's mandate is to improve the health and quality of life for all people through physical activity. The website also links to a wide range of resources from other organisations on many aspects of physical activity, including workplace, children and youth, older adults and preventing chronic diseases
SPARC is dedicated to getting New Zealanders enjoying and excelling through sport and recreation. SPARC focuses on providing opportunities for New Zealanders to participate in recreation every day and getting more New Zealanders winning on the world stage. SPARC's priority areas are Young New Zealanders (0-18 years), Grassroots Sport, Recreation, Partner Capability and High Performance.
The Walk WA Walking Strategy was developed by the Physical Activity Taskforce to assist the community and all organisations and agencies involved in walking throughout Western Australia.
In this submission the Taskforce outlines it's support for the intent to provide a strategic planning profile and direction for the Pilbara region and provides a number of comments for consideration by the Pilbara Regional Planning Committee and the Western Australian Planning Commission.
The Taskforce's Built Environment Advisory Committee has reviewed the RDA Perth Draft Regional Plan and provided a number of comments for consideration by the Perth Committee of Regional Development Australia.
ARTICLES: Active Transport; Physical Activity Grants and Funding Matrix; $14 million for Local Community Campaigns; Child Physical Activity and Nutrition - WA vs the National Findings; Cost-effectiveness Implications of GP Intervention - Evidence from Perth; Walk Safely to School Day; Cyclist Safety; Swap it, Don't Stop it! Campaign; FREE Find Thirty® Workplace Kits; Age-Friendly City Consultation; and, Spotlight on Jo Clarkson, Healthway.
West Australians nominated their top 50 trails – the ones which they felt had the ‘wow’ factor and showed WA at its best. On the Top Trails website you’ll find an overview for each of the trails – along with links to other websites for further information about the national park or region they are located in.
Created by the City of Stirling the guide encourages residents to get off the couch and enjoy the wonderful surroundings the City has to offer while living a healthy and active life.
Government policy and programs are essential in supporting improved and increased opportunities for physical activity in Western Australia.
There are a number of communication and advocacy publications available in relation to improving and increasing opportunities for physical activity.
There is a significant amount of evidence to support the benefits of physical activity and the importance of improving and increasing opportunities for all Western Australians to be more active.
The 'accessibility' key subject area encompasses resources relating to a range of things - from inclusion and barriers to physical activity through to resources in relation to infrastructural access issues and the built environment.
Physical activity, sport and recreation makes an important contribution to the health and wellbeing of individuals and groups in Western Australia. There are a number of physical activity, sport and recreation resources available in the form of guidelines, programs, policies and plans.
There are a huge range of resources available, including case studies, research and publications, in relation to health and wellness.
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