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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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

A reference for adapting playground, low organizational, and/or sport-based physical activities for students with physical and intellectual disabilities. Inclusive practices recognize the inherent value of each participant; the right to take risks and make mistakes; the need for independence and self-determination; and the right to choose. Cost: Download for FREE  
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

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

Ophea’s Adapted Lesson Plans support community leaders in delivering high quality, safe and inclusive physical activity instruction and programming for children and youth with disabilities. The Adapted Lesson Plans aid teachers, educational assistants, community coaches, recreational program leaders, program assistants and parents in confidently leading inclusive physical activity programs where...
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...
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 9 - 12

 A user-friendly teaching tool providing theory, tips and activities to assist in teaching motor skills with specific adaptations for children with mobility aids, mobility limitations, visual impairments, hearing impairments, and in wheelchairs. All the skills address the three major skill categories within the Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model: stability...
Educator, Physical activity: propels a manual chair, Physical Impairment, Age 6 - 9, Age 9 - 12

Le Programme scolaire se compose d’une Guide de ressources en ligne pour les enseignants qui offre l’accès aux plans de leçon portant sur l’établissement des programmes, l’équipement, l’enseignement et les connaissances qui sont uniques au sport. Les plans de leçon sont conformes au modèle de développement à long terme de l’athlète (DLTA) de Basketball en fauteuil roulant Canada. Les enseignants...
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 9 - 12

Ce guide est destiné aux enseignants qui œuvrent auprès d’enfants ayant un handicap physique (déficience congénitale ou acquise) et qui ont atteint les stades Enfant actif et S’amuser grâce au sport du modèle de Développement à long terme de l’athlète (DLTA). Le guide fournit des principes théoriques, des conseils et des suggestions d’activités pour encadrer l’enseignement des habiletés motrices...

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. 
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.
Age 3 - 6, All Ages, 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

Ophea offre deux ressources gratuites que vous pouvez télécharger pour aider tous les enfants à faire de l’activité physique, peu importe leur niveau d’aptitudes. Étapes vers l'inclusion La présente ressource a été conçue pour les enseignants et les partenaires communautaires (p. ex., les employés des centres sportifs et de loisirs, les entraîneurs et le personnel des centres communautaires) qui...

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