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PAN-RC - Nov., 2011

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A brief update on the Physical Activity Network Strategic and Sustainability direction, our connection and contribution to the Healthy Community Partnership, community action projects and updates.

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PAN-RC - Nov., 2011

  1. 1. Physical
Ac+vity
Network
•  Speedy
update

•  Strategic
goals

•  Working
groups
 o  Ac+ve
Transporta+on
(including
trails)



 o  Communica+on
&
Promo+on

 o  Poli+cal
&
Community
Engagement
‐
Ac+ve
Communi+es
 Charter




 o  Sustainability
&
Strategic
Plan

 o  Community
Ac+on
Projects
(op+onal)
•  Feedback
&
ongoing
engagement

•  Next
Session
–
Feb.
03,
2012

  2. 2. local
strengths
accessible
spaces
exis+ng
ini+a+ves
combined
exper+se

  3. 3. local
strengths
accessible
spaces
exis+ng
ini+a+ves
combined
exper+se

  4. 4. co‐ordinated
ac+on
common
goal
effec+ve
communica+on
shared
ownership
collabora+ve
leadership
collec+ve
impact

  5. 5. co‐ordinated
ac+on
common
goal
effec+ve
communica+on
shared
ownership
collabora+ve
leadership
collec+ve
impact

  6. 6. 
Source:
Sta+s+cs
Canada
health
Profile,
2011
Overweight 
 
 
 

 Low
Income
/
Poverty
–
Families

















 
 
26.2
–
4.4%*











12.6%
Obese
 Physically
Inac+ve

 
 
 
 
 

47% 


 













52%
Physically
Inac+ve
 
 Senior
Popula+on 
 
 
 
 
16.8%











 
12.7%
Obese
 Unemployment
Rate 
 
 
 
 
7.9%




























9%
Obese
 Eat
Recommended
Serving
‐
Veg
&
Fruit 
 
32.3%



















44.1% 

 Post
Secondary
Ed’n
Level 
 
 
 
54% 













 

‐
 Overweight
and
Obese 
 
 
 
 
61.1%











 

51.4%
 High
Blood
Pressure 
 
 
 
 
18% 











 

10.6%
 Arthri+c 
 
 
 
 
 
 
24% 









 
 

17%
 Hypertension 
 
 
 
 
 
19% 









 
 

17%
 Chronic
Obstruc+ve
Pulmonary
Disorder 













6% 

























4%
 Aboriginal
Iden+ty
 
 
 
 
 
5.6% 












 


2%
 Smoker 
 
 
 
 
 
 
26.8%



















18.6%
 Cancer 
 
 
















 
 
 

187
























176
 Ischemic
Heart
Disease 

















 
 
 

139
























118 



 Cerebrovascular
Disease 
 
 
 






 



63 
























44
 All
Respiratory
Disease 
 
 
 
 



56 

























45

  7. 7. Low
Income
/
Poverty
–
Families

















 
 
 
 
26.2
–
4.4%*











 
 
12.6%
Aboriginal
Iden+ty
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5.6% 












 


 




2%
Post
Secondary
Ed’n
Level 
 
 
 
 
 
 
54% 













 

















‐
Senior
Popula+on 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
16.8%











 












12.7%
Unemployment
Rate 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7.9%









































9%
Physically
Inac+ve

 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
47% 


 



























52%
Eat
Recommended
Serving
‐
Veg
&
Fruit 
 
 
 
 
32.3%


















 
 

44.1% 

Smoker 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
26.8%


















 
 

18.6%
Overweight
and
Obese 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
61.1%











 

 
51.4%
High
Blood
Pressure 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
18% 











 

 
10.6%
Ischemic
Heart
Disease 

















 
 
 


































139








































118 



 

Cerebrovascular
Disease 
 
 
 






 


 
 
 

63 






































44

  8. 8. January, 2010 - Front Page Headline – Ottawa Citizen
  9. 9. Society / Political System Education (EarlyHealth Care System Childhood / School Aged) Community Health Home
  10. 10. Contact
Details
 
 
 ‘Building
Healthy
Community’
Shawna
Babcock
Execu+ve
Director,
KidAc+ve
Delivery
Agency,
Healthy
Communi+es
Partnership
Stream
‐
RC
Chair,
Physical
Ac+vity
Network‐RC
sbabcock@kidac+ve.ca
613
633
7075
(mobile)
hfp://www.kidac+ve.ca
hfp://www.physicalac+vitynetwork.ca


  11. 11. 
 Vision
without
Ac+on
is
a
nightmare

 ‐
Japanese
Proverb

  12. 12. 
Include
your
priori+es
in
our
strategic
plan.

What
3
key
ac+on
items
are
the
most
important
 to
achieve
our
goals?


  13. 13. We
must
become
the
change
we






wish
to
see
in
our
community
 ‐
Gandhi
(Adapted)

  14. 14. We
have
to
work
together
in
new
ways
to

create
opportunity
and
to
solve
problems.
No
one
gets
anything
done
without
many

groups
of
people
collabora+ng


































co‐opera+ng
 

 
 
 
 
 
 



working
together.
 

 
 
 
 
 

 ‐
Bill
Clinton


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