Inclusion Articles

Inspiring you to bring the power of inclusion to your community.

The Joy of Flying Sidekicks: How E-Karate Took Off

The Joy of Flying Sidekicks: How E-Karate Took Off 1200 800 Mike Query

In 2002, Brendan and Kim Murray launched the first E-Program that didn’t take place on a soccer field. As people who were actively involved in E-Soccer since its launch two…

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Football Drills and Yoga Poses: The Story of E-Fitness

Football Drills and Yoga Poses: The Story of E-Fitness 1200 800 Mike Query

E-Fitness is an exciting opportunity for kids and adults to improve their strength, mobility, hand-eye coordination and more.

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E-Gaming Is Using Video Games to Build Social Capital

E-Gaming Is Using Video Games to Build Social Capital 1200 800 Mike Query

We’re very excited to see another example of an E-Sports participant take the spirit of our inclusive programs and run with it.

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The Game Social is Creating Inclusive Experiences Around Board Games

The Game Social is Creating Inclusive Experiences Around Board Games 1200 800 Mike Query

A new self-starter E program that’s been helping adults and teens with special needs in the community is called The Game Social. The Game Social started with two friends, Kevin…

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Inclusion: Reaching New Heights Together

Inclusion: Reaching New Heights Together 1200 800 Jackson Schaefer

Setting the right goal is the first step to accomplishing more than what you originally thought you could. Setting the right goal matters in every level of physical activity and is especially important within an inclusive environment.

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Adapted vs. Modified: The Difference Is Inclusion

Adapted vs. Modified: The Difference Is Inclusion 1200 800 Jackson Schaefer

There are multiple approaches to tailor exercise or physical activity for children with special needs. However, only adapted physical activity possesses the ability to provide and facilitate inclusion.

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The Relationship Between Inclusion and Motivation In Physical Activity

The Relationship Between Inclusion and Motivation In Physical Activity 1200 800 Jackson Schaefer

The motivation to play sports and be physically active is directly linked to inclusion. When an individual feels included, that person is much more likely to feel motivated to participate in physical activity.

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#MyExceptionalStory: Alexis Colvin

#MyExceptionalStory: Alexis Colvin 1400 800 Lauren Marquez

Alexis Colvin, a recent Santa Clara University graduate, became a player at E-Soccer at age seven. She began coaching at E-Soccer in middle school, and took the inclusive ideals that…

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#MyExceptionalStory: Suzie Hernandez

#MyExceptionalStory: Suzie Hernandez 799 448 Lauren Marquez

Suzie Hernandez is going into her fourth year at San Francisco State University. Having volunteered at E-Soccer since her freshman year, Suzie is now one of San Francisco E-Soccer’s more…

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#MyExceptionalStory: Leland Hsu

#MyExceptionalStory: Leland Hsu 1600 1280 Nat Chia

Since the age of ten, Leland Hsu has been spending his Saturdays volunteering at the E-Soccer located in Foster City. E-Soccer is a soccer program focused less on the performance…

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