The National Inclusion Project is an organization that provides recreational programs and community organizations tools and training to serve all children in their communities.

From Nov 7-10th the National Inclusion Project will be held the 2022 Power of Play Virtual Conference focusing on three main concepts such as learn, adapt and include. Live and asynchronous sessions will provide participants with the strategies, resources, and best practices needed to make inclusion possible across all settings, in all activities, for children with and without disabilities.

Conference participants will have access to recorded traditional learn sessions full of information aligned to the Standards for Inclusive Recreation Programs, short recorded adapt sessions with tips and tricks to add to your toolbox, as well as two days of live include Q&A sessions from the presenters.

This event is open for people interested on participate as presenter, all proposals should be submitted to by September 20th.

This conference is designed for Recreation Professionals, Teachers & Educators, Parents & Advocates, Therapists & Clinicians, Recreation & Community Organization Directors, Afterschool Program Staff, Camp Counselors, Teaching Assistants, Inclusion Specialists, and anyone passionate about inclusion.

For more information, please visit the website:

Advisor of the virtual conference of power of play