We have all experienced COVID, but we haven’t all had the same experience. For some, their re-entry is going to be difficult for they will be carrying heavy loads, while others will have the capacity to reach out and care. The role of every club is to identify the needs of its people and create systems of support.
Knox City Council will be hosting two mental health and wellbeing sessions, offered to all members of Knox sport and leisure clubs aged 15+. This includes our U16 athletes at Knox Little Aths and all parents of athletes are more than welcome to attend. The sessions run for an hour and are free.
These interactive, online presentations will be facilitated by Sport and Life Training (SALT). The SALT Club Re-Connect Program is an interactive, online presentation that digs deep into how your club community is traveling right now and equips you to support one another into the future. Through a newly developed and highly informative live quiz, the SALT presenter will establish what the main issues are for each group and will flexibly respond, teach, and connect.
|Session||Mental Health and Wellbeing – ‘Club Re-connect’|
|Dates||Wednesday 23 September and |
Wednesday 14 October
(Note: these sessions will be
identical but duplicated to provide
options for the community.)
|Time||7.30pm – 8.30pm|
|Bookings||Book here via Stickytickets Tickets |
are free, but booking essential.
Participants will be emailed the
Zoom link 2 days prior to the event.
More information on Sport and Life Training (SALT) can be found here