Accessibility

Accessible Recreation

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Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation promotes and encourages people with disabilities (physical, emotional, behavioural, developmental / intellectual and medical) to participate in a wide variety of activities offered throughout the city. Our objective is to facilitate meaningful participation of people of varying abilities in the community activities of their choice.

Recreation Programs

two girls, yellow belt and red belt, at karate

Integrated Services

Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation promotes and encourages people with disabilities to participate in a wide variety of activities offered throughout the City.

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Ski and Snowboard Programs

Arrangements are in place to introduce individuals - ages 6-19 years - with special needs into Ski and Snowboard Programs at Centennial Park and Earl Bales Park.

Community Recreation Volunteer interacts with camp attendee in a wheelchair

Camps

Parks, Forestry and Recreation Camp Programs have one objective; to provide the best experience possible for participants.