The March 2020 issue of the North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (NAFAPA) newsletter has been released.

Featured are the work of Meghann Lloyd, an associate professor at Ontario Tech University; the academic-based, volunteer-driven Sensory Motor Instructional Leadership Experience (S.M.I.L.E.)

Program at Acadia University that provides a variety of physical activity opportunities to individuals with disabilities

A tip for young scholars from Andrea Bundon, an assistant professor at The University of British Columbia, regarding the importance of establishing relationships in order to be a successful researchers.

Additionally, information is contained regarding dates, deadlines, and awards for the upcoming 2020 NAFAPA Symposium.

An interactive version of the Newsletter can be found here: