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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All Ages, Educator, Recreaction Leader

Extracurricular activities and sporting events may be very important for the overall educational and social experience of a child. For most children, the school day does not end at the sound of the bell of the last academic class. Many lessons about team work, responsibility, winning, and losing happen in ‘after school’ activities that are sponsored by the school. All children have the right...
All Ages, Amputee, Blind or Visual Impairment, Educator, Intellectual Impairment, Parent, Physical activity: propels a manual chair, Physical activity: uses a power chair, Physical activity: with mobility aid, Physical activity: without mobility aid, Recreaction Leader

All Ages, Parent, Physical Impairment, Recreaction Leader

Depuis 1997, le programme Au-delà des limites - Choisir l'activité physique a aidé des milliers de Canadiennes et de Canadiens ayant un handicap à bénéficier des avantages que leur procure la pratique d'un sport en fauteuil roulant dans la vie de tous les jours. Nous croyons que tous les Canadiennes et les Canadiens méritent d'avoir accès à des activités physiques, et ce, qu'ils souhaitent jouer...

BE YOUR BEST | English

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

Be Your Best is a Défi sportif AlterGo initiative supported by Québec en Forme. The program aims to encourage young people with disabilities and their family to adopt active lifestyle and good eating.
All Ages, Parent, Physical Impairment, Recreaction Leader

Bridging the Gap (BTG) is a national program that designed to introduce and support the continued participation of individuals with physical disabilities in wheelchair sports and recreational activities. This is achieved through hosting “Have a Go” events that provide opportunities for individuals to experience a variety of wheelchair sports in a fun supportive atmosphere. By participating in BTG...
Age 3 - 6, Amputee, Blind or Visual Impairment, Intellectual Impairment, Physical Impairment, Recreaction Leader, Working with multiple types of impairments

Choisir De Gagner Et Le Défi Sportif AlterGo Ce colloque vise à rassembler les intervenants du milieu scolaire et de la réadaptation. Différents conférenciers et un panel d’invités spéciaux abordent chaque année un thème spécifique autour du sport adapté. Cette rencontre permet aux participants d’obtenir des outils concrets pour faire bouger et bien manger les jeunes avec qui ils travaillent ...
Amputee, Athletics, 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, Recreaction Leader, Working with multiple types of impairments, Age 6 - 9, Age 9 - 12

Cours, Saute, Lance, Roule (CSLR) est un programme national développé par Athlétisme Canada, qui enseigne les habiletés fondamentales du mouvement et développe la littératie physique.  Il utilise des jeux, activités et défis inspirés de l’athlétisme, dirigés par des instructeurs spécifiquement formés pour enseigner les principes de base de la course, du saut, du lancer et des déplacements en...
All Ages, Physical Impairment, Recreaction Leader, Working with multiple types of impairments

These downloadable tip sheets are designed to provide general information in support of Canada's Physical Activity Guidelines, developed by the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology. Concepts outlined should not be used as strict definitions or rules, but merely as guidelines

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...

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