Recreation-Able Inclusive Recreation Forum Papers





 

 
Sept 30 - Oct 02, 2009
 Thunder Bay

Presentations

Presented by Community
Living Thunder Bay, The City of Thunder Bay’s Recreation & Culture
Division and the Leisure Resources Thunder Bay Committee
with generous
support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation and St.Joseph's Care Group.

Accessibility for Ontarians with a Disability Act - Are You Ready?

This presentation from the Recreation-Able Forum, 2009 discusses the new accessibility standards being developed under the Act, and how...

Adapted Programs and Integrated Services for People with Disabilities - A Recreation Resource

This session at the Recreation-Able Forum, 2009, introduced the Adapted Programs and Services resources developed by the City of Toronto in...

Art for All - Adaptive Art Programming

In this hands-on workshop at the Recreation-Able Forum, 2009, participants examined how art activities can be adapted to allow for full...

Building Innovative Community Programs to Support Frail Seniors

This workshop provides information on the Lean on Me Training Program which aims to build the capacity of community volunteers to support...

Closing the Gap: Connecting Rehabilitation Programmes to Community Recreation Activities

This presentation, from the Recreation-Able Forum, 2009, discusses how developing partnerships that connect healthcare to the community can...

Connecting Communities Through Recreation: Opening Doors to People of all Abilities

This presentation form the Recreation-Able Forum, 2009 covers eight simple steps recreation organizations can use when laying the...

Developing ParaSport Opportunities in Your Community: Considering Strategy, Partnerships, and Resources

Provides an overview of community sport development, the CSD program as well as what an Accessible Sport Council is, its role, who is...

Fitness Program Design for Adults with Disabilities

Provides information on how to start and what to provide for fitness programming for all abilities, including home-based programs. Based on...

Inclusive Trail Design

Based on the resource from the Trails of All Ontarians Collaborative, called Ontario's Best Trails, this presentation provides an overview...

Increasing Quality of Life in SCI Population through Wheelchair Sports

This presentation from the Recreation-Able Forum, 2009, explores the Bridging the Gap program which aims to eliminate the gap between...

Marketing of Inclusive and Accessible Recreation Activities

In this session from the Recreation-Able Forum, 2009, marketing strategies to increase awareness of accessible and inclusive services is...

Program Concepts to Make Community Recreation Accessible for Everyone

This workshop presentation from Recreation-Able, 2009, looks at two programs that make recreation and cultural activities in Thunder Bay...

Promoting Inclusive Recreation

This presentation, from the 2009 Recreation-Able Forum, looks at the development of Don't Get Cold Feet - Winter Fun is for Everyone - an...

Strategies for Applying the AODA to Recreation

This presentation includes a discussion of effective strategies to meet the new requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with a...

The Key to Getting Services Right for People with Disabilities

This presentation goes step by step through a demographic study undertaken by Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation to reach out to those...

Training Essentials for Effective Inclusion

This presentation, from Recreation-Able, 2009, discusses why it is important to train all staff in accessibility, disability awareness and...
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