Disability Tip Sheet – Stroke
A Collective Impact Approach to Opportunities for People with Disabilities
OneAbility is truly a collaborative, innovative hub. In this webinar, they explain their structure, partnerships, governance and how they enhance the adapted sport and physical activity environment.
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.
Jooay is a free app that helps children with disabilities and their families locate leisure opportunities that are close to where they are, accessible, suit their needs and abilities, match their preferences and can help them develop and participate in society.
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.
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.
Disability Tip Sheet – Acquired Brain Injury
Disability Tip Sheet – Aging
Disability Tip Sheet – Amputations
Disability Tip Sheet – Anxiety Disorders
Disability Tip Sheet – Asthma
Disability Tip Sheet – Blindness/Visual Impairment
Disability Tip Sheet – Cerebral Palsy
Disability Tip Sheet – Deafblindness
Disability Tip Sheet – Developmental Disabilities
Disability Tip Sheet – Epilepsy
Disability Tip Sheet – Hearing Impairments
Disability Tip Sheet – Mobility Impairments
Disability Tip Sheet – Mood Disorders: Bipolar Disorder, Clinical Depression
Disability Tip Sheet – Multiple Sclerosis
Disability Tip Sheet – Psychosis and Dissociative Disorders
Disability Tip Sheet – Spinal Cord Injuries
Disability Tip Sheet
Words with Dignity - ALACD
More and more our understanding of disability and the language we use is improving but there is always room to learn and grow. Here is a curated list on the language of disability from the Active Living Alliance For Canadians with a Disability.