Available courses

What are the GRAIDs

The Guidelines, Recommendations, Adaptations, Including Disability, or GRAIDs, were developed as a method to adapt evidence-based programs to be inclusive of individuals with disabilities. Watch this presentation conducted by Dr. Kerri Vanderbom to learn what the GRAIDs are and how to use them.

Disability Awareness

There are over 54 million American’s living with a disability. People with a disability are a largely underserved population, often this is due to a lack of knowledge on how to reach, address, and serve these individuals. This presentation will address communication tips and proper disability etiquette for individuals with sensory, intellectual and physical disabilities. It will also briefly discuss the barriers these individuals face towards participation and how to address them.  Finally, this presentation will look at the definition of inclusion and what that means for effective communication.


Educators

This course provides presentations for educators on inclusive physical activity.

Fitness Professionals

This course provides presentations to fitness professionals on a number of inclusive fitness topics.

Climbing Wall Training

This training is for individuals who are already trained on a climbing wall and are looking to make their wall inclusive of individuals with disabilities. It will cover topics such as disability etiquette to inclusive climbing wall techniques.

Inclusive Worksite Wellness

This course provides presentations on how to make your public health practices more inclusive.

Health Disparities and Cultural Competence

The Health Disparities and Cultural Competence training provides a brief synopsis of health disparities and cultural competence for individuals who have limited or no background in these areas. This training will provide an overview of health disparities and information sources, explanatory models for health disparities, cultural competence, and addressing sociocultural barriers to health care. This training will also include potential resources for additional knowledge as well as a quiz at the conclusion of the training to test knowledge gain.

Establishing an Inclusive, Health Food Venue

During this presentation, viewers will learn what a healthy food venue consists of and how to create an inclusive and accessible one that includes individuals with disability.  The training covers disability statistics, inclusion terminology, and ways to create an accessible environment through building design, signage, staff training, and more.  Viewers will also familiarize themselves with nutrition-related resources from the National Center on Health, Physical Activity, and Disability

Disability and Aging

This course provides presentations for disability and aging service providers.

Prevent T2 for All: Introduction to Including People with Disabilities

Currently 1 in 4 people in the united states have a disability. This is an introductory course to the Prevent T2 for All curriculum.

Prevent T2 for All: Preparing for your class.

In this section lifestyle coaches will learn how to have an inclusive classroom setting and what accommodations might be needed to provide equal opportunities to learn for all participants.

Prevent T2 For All: Nutrition for Lifestyle Coaches

In this section Lifestyle coaches will learn different tips and techniques to implement inclusion in different nutrition strategies.

Prevent T2 For All: Fitness for Lifestyle coaches

In this training Lifestyle coaches will learn inclusion techniques and strategies to assist participants with a disability.

Push for Your Health Campaign Toolkit

This toolkit is meant to make promoting and celebrating National Diabetes Awareness Month in your community a little easier! This kit is designed to help you generate messages to support an inclusive diabetes prevention awareness campaign to your audiences.

Discover Inclusive School Wellness

In this training you will learn more about a Comprehensive School Physical Activity plan and ways to promote the inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in your plan through an inclusive wellness policy, assessing your school environment and action planning.

Inclusive Afterschool Physical Activity

In this training, you will learn how to adapt the environment, skills and equipment to make your afterschool program inclusive of children and youth with disabilities. This program will give you practical ideas on how to make your program inclusive and an understanding of why inclusive afterschool programs are important and beneficial to the entire school.

Inclusive Worksite Wellness

In this training you will be introduced to general disability awareness, laws related to worksite wellness, example inclusive policies for your program, how to assess your environment as well as tools and resources to help your organization implement a worksite wellness program that is inclusive of employees with disabilities.

Push for Your Health Toolkit

This toolkit is meant to make promoting and celebrating National Diabetes Awareness Month in your community a little easier! This kit is designed to help you generate messages to support an inclusive diabetes prevention awareness campaign to your audiences.

Physician's Tool Kit

Resources provided to help physicians talk to their patients with disabilities about physical activity.