We are excited to be hosting leading international experts Dr Lauren Lieberman and Dr Pamela Haibach, from The College of Brockport State University of New York, who will be touring New Zealand 15 – 20 May 2017.

Join us to hear from these two distinguished professors on how they have built inclusive and accessible recreation and sport opportunities and how this could apply for all New Zealanders.

Pam and Lauren will share their knowledge, research and perspectives on inclusion strategies and movement development. Pam and Lauren’s work has special relevance for all those interested in providing increased opportunities, with a focus on sport and recreation, for children, youth and adults who are blind, deafblind or have low vision. Of particular interest is their internationally acclaimed work with Camp Abilities, a very different approach from other camps run for people with vision loss.

Dr. Lieberman is a Distinguished Service Professor in Adapted Physical Education. She has published more than 85 articles in referenced journals, published 13 books and has received numerous awards for her work. Dr. Haibach’s expertise is in Motor Development and Motor Learning. She has published a first-of-its-kind textbook entitled Motor Learning and Development.

Register online for a seminar in your area or register by phone by calling Alison Marshall on 027 442 4100. Registrations close Friday 12 May.

You can find out more about our visitors online:

Read more about Dr Lauren Lieberman.

Read more about Dr Pamela Haibach.