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Bulletin 6: Parent’ perspective about the availability of after-school programs

This bulletin uses data from the Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute’s 2014-2016 CANPLAY (pedometer) study to summarize the findings with regards to parents’ perspectives about the availability of supervised after school programs and the amount of days that their children attend these types of programs each week.

Publication Types: Research Bulletin
Data Collection Methods: Objective Measures Surveys, Self-Report Population Data
Survey: 2014-2016 CANPLAY (Pedometer Study)
Key Research Areas: Accessibility, After School Programming and Pursuits, Physical Activity
Regions: Canada, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec
Publication Settings: Home/Families, Schools
Populations: Children and Youth
Spotlight Area: Household, Schools