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Physical Therapy Fitness Centres and Walking Tracks

The following ten (10) community centre locations will be made available to ensure individuals with disabilities can access physical therapy while Toronto remains in lockdown. Call the centre to book an appointment. Albion Pool and Health Club 1501 Albion Rd. Open Monday to Friday, 2 p.m. to 8

Toronto Sport Summit

Community sport leaders of clubs, leagues, multi-sport organizations, other community sport program providers and funding partners are invited to join Toronto Sports Council, Toronto Accessible Sports Council, Humber College, Sport Management Program and the City of Toronto for a full day of workshops, discussions, a

Variety Village Summer Camp registration open

Camping is for everyone, and Variety Village offers a variety of programs to ensure we meet the needs and interests of your camper. Variety Village is pleased to offer Summer Day Camps to children of all abilities. Summer Day Camps offer new experiences, skill building, a

Winter basketball with Special Olympics and Megacity Basketball

Megacity Basketball will be running a winter session of their Special Olympics Ontario program.  Please see below for details.  Registration will take place on the first day of the program. If you have any questions please contact Javed Thadani – javedt@specialolympicsontario.com   Participants:  Athletes 21 and under Location: Centennial

Sledge Hockey – Fall/Winter 2016

When: Sundays starting on October 16th until December 11th Who: Open to anyone who wants to learn and play sledge hockey  ***all hockey equipment (including ice sledges) will be provided Where: Commander Park Arena (north Scarborough) Click here to download more information.

Connecting BLV athletes with guides

The Tandem Project has just launched an app that allows blind/low-vision (BLV) athletes and guides to find each other. We congratulate them on this initiative and hope that both guides as well as athletes will take advantage of this app that endeavours to allow those

Ever wanted to try wheelchair tennis? Now’s your chance

The following clubs are providing wheelchair tennis programs: L’Amoraux Tennis Club, Toronto Adults (all levels) Mondays, 7 - 9PM (year round) Ontario Racquet Club, Mississauga Kids & adults (all levels) Saturdays, 4-6PM (3 blocks of 10 weeks over the year) University of Toronto Scarborough Tennis Centre, Toronto Kids & adults (all levels) Thursdays, 6

Free golf lessons for blind/low-vision members

WHERE DON MONTGOMERY COMMUNITY CENTRE 2467 Eglinton Ave. East, Toronto, M1K 2R1, 416 396-4043 WHEN April 3, 2016 to June 5, 2016 – 9 weeks Sundays 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. program code 2843222 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. program code 2843221 12 spaces available in each class. REGISTRATION DATE MARCH 6, 2016, 7:OO

Get active for youth with and without disabilities

Igniting Fitness Possibilities (IFP) is designed to encourage a passion for physical activity in youth of all abilities.   When/Where/How much? Wednesdays, March 23nd – June 15th,, 4:30pm – 6pm Athletic Centre, U of T, 55 Harbord St., $50 for all 16 weeks + some funding for community programming June