Find an Activity

The Find an Activity tool is designed to help  Canadian parents, professionals from health, education, sport and recreation access resources, activity plans and providers based on location, age, disability type and sport preferences, to enhance the integration of children with a disability into existing sports programming.

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KIDS N' PLAY | English

Amputee, Blind or Visual Impairment, Educator, Intellectual Impairment, Physical Impairment, Working with multiple types of impairments, Age 6 - 9, Age 9 - 12

The Kids 'n Play Resource Guide teaches Ontario children about the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games and encourages their involvement in the Games through participation in exciting in-school and after-school activities. The Resource Guide is built to support educators and sport and recreation leaders in connecting children, through quality physical activities and healthy living lessons. 

KidsCAN School Day | English

All Ages, Amputee, Blind or Visual Impairment, Educator, Intellectual Impairment, Physical Impairment, Working with multiple types of impairments

KidsCAN School Day is an opportunity for school children in the Forum’s host community to meet with national team athletes, try a variety of sports and learn about the importance of physical activity and healthy lifestyles. 
All Ages, Amputee, Blind or Visual Impairment, Educator, Intellectual Impairment, Physical Impairment, Working with multiple types of impairments

La Journée scolaire KidsCAN permet aux élèves de la communauté d’accueil de rencontrer des athlètes de l’équipe nationale, de connaître différents sports et d’être informés sur l’importance du sport et de l’activité physique. Depuis son lancement en 2006, la Journée scolaire KidsCAN a permis à plus de 275 athlètes de nos équipes nationales, dont des olympien(ne)s et des paralympien(ne)s, de...

Let's Play | English

Age 3 - 6, Educator, Physical activity: propels a manual chair, Recreaction Leader, Age 6 - 9

This site provides the basic tools for delivering inclusive physical activity programs for kids with physical disabilities and mobility impairments by focusing on 3 key areas: Understanding the Principles, Planning for Inclusion, and Delivering Programs. 
All Ages, Coach, Educator, Recreaction Leader, Working with multiple types of impairments

The Let’s Play Toolkit is a resource for educators, recreation leaders and coaches designed to support the development of physical literacy so that children with physical disabilities can confidently participate in play, sport and physical education with their peers.  It includes information on how to teach specific movement and sport skills in a manual sport wheelchair, modified games and...
Para-swimming, Parent, Physical Impairment, Age 9 - 12

Manitoba Cerebral Palsy Sports Association is a charitable organization dedicated to providing training, competitive opportunities, physical fitness and team community for youth and adults with physical disabilities. Manitoba Cerebral Palsy Sports Association supports para-swimming and Boccia in the province of Manitoba.  
Amputee, Blind or Visual Impairment, Educator, Intellectual Impairment, Physical Impairment, Working with multiple types of impairments

Designed for teachers and community leaders, this series of 9 disability-specific resources provides a practical approach to the inclusion of young people with different types of disabilities in physical activity programs. Each resource provides modifications for assessment, equipment and rules, instructional strategies, and learning objectives. Contact ALA about workshop costs. Cost: Download...
All Ages, Coach, Educator, Parent, Physical Impairment

This document describes the opportunities and challenges that face persons with permanent disabilities in pursuing sport and physical activity. Identifies how the Canadian sport system can best accommodate their needs for increased activity and greater achievement through Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD).
Blind or Visual Impairment, Educator, Age 6 - 9, Age 9 - 12

This booklet contains numerous ideas for getting children who are blind or partially sighted active. The activities range from simple movements to ideas of how to modify more complex activities and will assist in building physical literacy. 
Amputee, Blind or Visual Impairment, Educator, Intellectual Impairment, Physical activity: propels a manual chair, Physical activity: uses a power chair, Physical activity: with mobility aid, Physical activity: without mobility aid, Physical Impairment, Working with multiple types of impairments, Age 6 - 9, Age 9 - 12

The Physical Activity Action Resource – K to 7 provides innovative, evidence-based and easy to implement physical activities. The provision of inclusive and diverse physical activity and Physical Education (PE) opportunities throughout the day contributes to the overall health and physical literacy of children as well as their ability to engage positively within the school setting.

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