Environmental Scan Checklist

A PDF or online assessment tool developed by The Alberta Urban Municipalities Association to measure the extent to which a municipality or organization or team is

Aim2Be

Aim2Be is a fun, free healthy living app for Canadian families that works for those who actively use it. One small step at a time, families work together to level up to a healthier and happier life. There’s an app for parents and an app for kids 10+ years.

FitNation Home Workout Series

The I·SPARC FitNation Home Workout Series consists of 8 home workouts designed for Indigenous participants of all ages and abilities. Throw on your workout gear, grab a water bottle, find a safe, open space, and follow along to our YouTube videos!

Accessible Events and Checklist and Resources

The City of Vancouver created an accessible events checklist and resource webpage full of examples, templates, topics, and ways to plan to ensure your facilities, events, and programming are inclusive for all.

 

Vulnerable Populations

BC Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) offers this free course introducing staff, leaders, programmers on how to create and deliver recreation programs to all children, especially from vulnerable populations and how best to address the larger issues.

Addressing Personal Vulnerability Through Planning

This guide created by Community Living British Columbia provides examples and step-by-step actions that can be taken to create a person-centred plan so that adults with developmental disabilities, their families, care providers and community can provide a safe, respectful experience and environment.

 

 

Toolkit for Developing and Influencing Physical Activity Policy

The Physical Activity Resource Centre (PARC) created a toolkit for developing and influencing physical activity policy. After 15 years of supporting physical activity promoters across Ontario, PARC has ceased its service on March 31, 2018. PARC, The Centre of Excellence for Physical Activity Promotion was managed by OPHEA.

Be Inspired – Canadians with Disabilities Tell Their Stories of Physical Activity, Sport and Recreation

The vision of The Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability is a society where every person in Canada, regardless of background or ability, has the opportunity to be active and healthy across their lifespan. These collected stories exemplify 5 key principles: Quality of Life, Empowerment, Community, Equal Access, Respect and Dignity.

On Guard Against Diabetes

The Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability created a resource for those persons with a disability and diabetes and considerations in staying physical active.

 

 

The Ability Toolkit

The Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability and Partners created a resource for Parents, Care Providers and others based on the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth (ages 5-17) adapted for youth with disabilities.

 

 

Equity & Inclusion Lens Snapshot – Older Adults

This Snapshot created by the City for All Women Initiative was used to inform the work developed and implemented in their Equity and Inclusion Lens Handbook. It is one of 11 Diversity Snapshots.

 

 

Equity & Inclusion Lens Snapshot – People Living in Poverty

This Snapshot created by the City for All Women Initiative was used to inform the work developed and implemented in their Equity and Inclusion Lens Handbook. It is one of 11 Diversity Snapshots.

 

 

Equity & Inclusion Lens Snapshot – Francophones

This Snapshot created by the City for All Women Initiative was used to inform the work developed and implemented in their Equity and Inclusion Lens Handbook. It is one of 11 Diversity Snapshots.

 

Equity & Inclusion Lens Snapshot – People Living with Disabilities

This Snapshot created by the City for All Women Initiative was used to inform the work developed and implemented in their Equity and Inclusion Lens Handbook. It is one of 11 Diversity Snapshots.

 

 

Outcomes Of Inclusive Sport

This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities.

How Can I Include People With Invisible Disabilities?

This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities.

Actions Speak Louder Than Words!

This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities.

Words With Dignity - OneAbility & Recreation Integration Victoria

This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities.

Some Ideas On How To Adapt Activities

This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities.

Inclusion: The Anatomy Of Best Practice

This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities.

First Involvement In Sport & Recreation

This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities.

What To Do When You Meet A Person With A Disability

This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities.

Why Does Inclusion Matter? Who Benefits and How?

This infographic is part of a series of posters that create inclusion, raise awareness, promote and educate the public on active living and disabilities.

OneAbility List of Inclusive Resources

 A list of resources and links to adaptive programs and facilities in the Greater Victoria area in British Columbia, Canada. Most of the links contain instructional videos demonstrating how an activity can be adapted from OneAbility. 

 

 

All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training

viaSport's All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training is a four-hour workshop where participants are provided with tools, techniques and best practices to create inclusive sport, recreation and physical activity experiences for youth from underserved populations.

#LevelTheField

#LevelTheField is a province-wide movement that is working to create a more inclusive sport culture in BC by targeting under-represented groups, such as women and girls, persons with disabilities and those who identify with the LGBTQI2S community. You can sign up to follow the campaign at viaSport.

 

 

viaSport LGBTQI2S Resources

A series of policy guidelines from viaSport that can be used by provincial and disability sports organizations to create more inclusive environments, policies, and practices related to sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression with the goal of creating safe, inclusive and welcoming environments for all athletes, coaches, o

Accessibility Audit Tool

This easy-to-follow checklist from viaSport will help an organization determine their level(s) of accessibility. It also provides concrete examples of how to make all aspects of programming and facilities more inclusive and accessible for everyone. It is organized around six pillars of accessibility.

 

Video Library - Wheeling Physical Literacy

Let's Play has a collection of 36 short videos demonstrating different physical literacy and other skills for wheelchair users. 

 

 

Wheelchair Safety

This resource includes four questions to always consider while planning for the inclusion of a child with a physical disability ensuring their physical, psychological and social safety from Let's Play.