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Active and Able Network — for persons with disabilities
- Drop-in program
- Social and recreation activities
- Health and wellness program
- Information and referral
Camp Awakening provides canoe tripping and outdoor recreation for children 10 to 18 with physical disabilities.
Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association (CEWHA)
The CEWHA is a nationwide, volunteer-based hockey league for youth and adults with disabilities, where games are played in a regular season. Games in the Toronto division are played from October to April at Bloorview, 25 Buchan Crt. (near Sheppard & Leslie).
The Junior Division of the CEWHA is a Toronto- and volunteer-based hockey league for preteens with disabilities between the ages of 10-14. Floor hockey games are played in a regular season, running from October to April, at Bloorview, 25 Buchan Crt. (near Sheppard & Leslie).
Community Association for Riding for the Disabled
4777 Dufferin Street
North York, ON M3H 5T3
Curl Ontario (Wheelchair Curling)
1400 Bayly St., Office Mall 2, #2B
Pickering, ON L1W 3R2
Toll-free number for competitive teams: 1-866-800-7293
Provides sailing and lessons to adults and children with disabilities at Queens Quay.
Ontario Amputee and Les Autres Sports Association
3 Concorde Gate, Suite 104
Toronto, Ontario, M3C 3N7
Toll Free: 1-800-265-1539
Ontario Blind Sports Association
1185 Eglinton Ave. E., Ste. 102
North York, ON M3C 3C6
Nestled deep within the heart of Carolinian Canada lies Ontario’s second oldest Provincial Park. The park has wheelchair accessible campsites, trails, and washroom facilities. Rondeau’s Carolinian forests are home to such southern species as Tulip-tree, Sassafras, Virginia Oppossum, Yellow-breasted Chat and the endangered Prothonotary Warbler. Rondeau is unique in the amount of this rare habitat that it protects – no other provincial park in Ontario holds as much.
This community centre often hosts social and recreational events that include the participation of people with disabilities. The building is wheelchair accessible, including the main entrance and barrier free washrooms. It also has a wheelchair lift and an accessible swimming pool. Some programs charge a fee. A reduced nominal membership fee is available for those residing in College St-Lake Ontario.
Therapeutic Horseback Riding Programs
The programs are dedicated to helping people with cognitive and physical disabilities achieve their personal goals through horseback riding.
For more information please click the following link: Therapeutic Horseback Riding Programs.
Sports centre for people with disabilities; also provides integrated recreation.