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2021 Disability Awareness Symposium: Changing the Fitness Game: Unified Fitness with Morgan Larche and Della Norton


About the event

Unified Fitness Clubs, created by Special Olympics, is a year-round physical-activity-based program that utilizes activity trackers and incentives to engage participants of all abilities and activity levels in healthy lifestyles while also inspiring friendships. This course will focus on inclusive fitness practices and interactive demonstrations to help you facilitate Inclusive Fitness in your school or community!

Morgan Larche, Director of Unified Schools
Morgan graduated from Eastern Washington University with a BA in Therapeutic Recreation. She has worked in a variety of Parks and Recreation programs that provided inclusive and Special Olympics programs to people with intellectual and physical disabilities.  In 2013 she was hired by Special Olympics Washington and currently serves as the Director of Unified Schools, where she supports and builds inclusive school communities through clubs, leadership, and sports.

Della Norton, Director of Health Programs
Della is a graduate from the University of Washington with a BA in Spanish, Communication and a minor in Nutritional Sciences. Della was involved as a youth leader in the Unified Sports movement for over 10 years before her current role as the Director of Health Programs at Special Olympics Washington, where she oversees inclusive health and fitness programming for athletes across the state.


Davi Kallman