The July 2020 issue of the North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (NAFAPA) newsletter has been released. This issue features the work of professor Maureen Connolly and SNAP (Supporting Neurodiversity through Adaptive Programming), a community service learning initiative, both of Brock University, the planned host site of the 2020 symposium (and, now, host of the 2022 symposium). Additionally, the newsletter highlights Abby Fines, a doctoral student at the University of Virginia, and tips for doctoral students from Dr. Sam Hodge at The Ohio State University. The next issue of the newsletter will be published in November 2020 with information regarding the award winners and Board election results

An electronic version of the Newsletter can be found here: