- Government of Canada - Access to Travel (ATT): The Access to Travel (ATT) website provides information on accessible transportation and travel across Canada.
- The Canadian Abilities Foundation: The Canadian Abilities Foundation convenes a forum for the exchange of information to promote an inclusive society and provide inspiration and opportunity for people with disabilities. This includes discussing accessible travel options.
- Canadian Disability Participation Project (CDPP): The CDPP is an alliance of university, public, private and government sector partners working together to enhance community participation among Canadians with physical disabilities.
- Easter Seals - Disability Travel Card: The Disability Travel Card™ provides identification to a person with a permanent disability, which will allow an adult attendant, traveling with the person with a disability, to travel at no cost.
- British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society (BCANDS): Listing of recreation, travel and leisure organizations serving the needs of the Indigenous population of British Columbia.
- Citizens for Accessible Neighbourhoods - Adaptive Sports Guide: A listing of adaptive sports and recreation for people with disabilities.
- Kerby Wellness Centre: Travel services for senior 55+.
- Diversified Leisure Services: Recreation services, community resources and leisure experiences alongside recreation therapists.
- Living Well with a Chronic Condition: Education, exercise and self-management classes offered throughout Calgary.
- Move and Mingle Exercise Program: Exercise program and fall prevention education.
- University of Calgary - Fitness Program for People with Disabilities: This program provides individuals with physical disabilities the opportunity to continue their rehabilitative and fitness goals in a community setting.
- Village Square Leisure Centre / Southland Leisure Centre: A variety of programs that are accessible for people with disabilities.
- Saskatchewan Abilities Council - Disability Travel Card Program: This program provides an identification card which will allow one adult attendant travelling with the person with a disability to travel at no cost.
- Saskatchewan Abilities Council - Quality of Life: Recreation Programs: The council is dedicated to providing client-centred and innovative recreational programs that offer opportunities for community connection, friendship, and fun.
- Society for Manitobans with disabilities - Travel Assistance Program: A person with a permanent disability who cannot travel without an attendant can be approved for reduced fares at participating Motor Coach Companies and Via Rail.
- March of Dimes Recreation and Integration Services: March of Dimes Recreation and Integration Services helps individuals with physical disabilities overcome barriers to recreational opportunities.
- March of Dimes Recreation and Integration Services: Find a calendar of events in your community.
- West GTA Stroke Network - Community Resources: Downloadable community resource book with listings of stroke resources available for the residents of West GTA.
- March of Dimes MODMobility: This program run by March of Dimes and Hospital Special Needs Inc (HSNI) provides clients with a day trip service using the March of Dimes bus.
- Ontario Society for Health and Fitness - Heart Wise Exercise: This resource guide offers information on the heart wise community based exercise program.
- The Healthline: Enter your community name or a postal code to find health and community services in Ontario.
- Polio Québec - Leisure and Activities: A list of resources and services allowing for accessible activities.
- L’Axone: L’Axone provides stroke patients with organized physical activities, dinner and conferences.
- Kéroul - Tourism and Culture for People with Restricted Abilities: Kéroul is a non-profit organization which, through information and lobbying, promotes and develops accessible tourism and culture.
- The Accessible Road: A web site to plan unforgettable accessible travels, spectacular getaways, fascinating tours and activities.
- Viomax: Viomax is a nonprofit organization that offers a very wide programming of physical activities for persons with a physical disability.
- Nova Scotia Health and Wellness - Out-of-Province Travel and Accommodation Assistance Assistance to residents approved to travel out of province for insured medical care
- Ability NB - Sport, Recreation, and Active Living: Ability NB offers adapted sport, recreation and active living clinics to engage persons with spinal cord injuries and all mobility
- Northwood Community Connections: This fitness centre is wheelchair accessible, accessible to people with vision problems and offers safe air resistance weights.
- Tea and Tango: A tango class in Halifax for individuals with motor impairments that focuses on balance and posture.
- Abilities in Motion (A.I.M.): Fully accessible fitness programming for individuals with neurological disorders. Designed to provide opportunities through fitness for a healthy lifestyle.
Prince Edward Island
- PEI Council for People With Disabilities - Lifestyle Links: The PEI Council for People With Disabilities provides links related to accessible travel.
- Health PEI - Out-of-Province Travel Support Program: Cost assistance to travel with Maritime Bus for non-emergency medical services in New Brunswick or Nova Scotia.
Newfoundland & Labrador
- Newfoundland & Labrador Brain Injury Association - Fitness and Recreation: Fitness and recreation opportunities accessible by people with disabilities
- Recreation Newfoundland and Labrador - Inclusive Recreation: The Inclusion Advisory Committee provides advice, guidance and support for inclusive recreation.
- Nunavut Health and Social Services - Medical Travel: Health and Social Services offers medical travel benefits to make sure you have access to medical services that are not available in your home community.
- Nunavummi Disabilities MakinnaSuaqtit Society: The NDMS believes persons with disabilities have the right to the supports necessary to take part in their choice of community activities and to participate in society without physical and social barriers.
- Health and Social Services - NWT Medical Travel: This guide provides tips and information that can be used by all NWT residents for their medical travel, regardless of their benefits program.
- Elders in Motion: The Elders in Motion Program aims to improve access to physical activity opportunities for NWT elders.
- NWT Seniors Society: The NWT Seniors Society provides useful information about the resources and programs available for seniors in the NWT.
- Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability (ALACD): The ALACD is a national network that was created in 1989 to motivate and assist Canadians with a disability to become more physically active.
Phone: 1-800-771-0663 | (613) 244-0052
TTY: 1-888-771-0663 | (613) 244-0008
- Health and Social Services - Community Day Program: This program offers daily recreational activities, therapeutic programs, socialization and maintaining their daily routines and independence.
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