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.
Access for All
This checklist and guide created by DASH BC includes strategies, tips, and programming examples to make physical activity inclusive for all.
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.
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.
Fit For All
The Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability created a checklist or starting point of things to consider while planning a community event; keeping in mind opportunities to include everyone in physical activity, including persons with a disability.
Gender Equality Policy
This policy and checklist created by Right to Play explicitly supports gender equality and the principles expressed in the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).
Road Map to Inclusion
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 and Recreation Integration Victoria have created the 'Disability & Diversity: Education to Promote Active Living' project infographics. These posters are
RDN Northern Recreation Services - Communities Facilities and Program Accessibility and Inclusion
Although this entire document from the Regional District of Nanaimo is a useful guide, full of specific examples to get us thinking about spaces as places, start on Page Six with a comprehensive set of questions to assess how inclusive and welcoming your spa
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.
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.
Modifications and Adaptations
Let's Play offers these easy adaptations (for equipment, skills, rules and facilities) to common games and activities familiar to children. You will see how quickly activities you currently use can be made inclusive for everyone.
Inclusive Marketing and Communications
This weblink from the Activity Alliance provides 10 Factsheets on how to create more inclusive marketing and communication materials covering social media, events, digital communications, language, accessible budget, campaigns, design, photography, news and a checklist to refer to