The City of Brampton’s Recreation division is pleased to host the second annual Accessible Sports Week in Brampton from May 29 to June 3, during National Accessibility Week.
Join us for a week of FREE events, planned and delivered in collaboration with various community partners, which will showcase a range of adapted sports, programs and services.
Sport and physical activity improves overall mental and physical health, strengthens communities, and provides opportunities for strong social connections. As an exceptionally diverse and growing city, the City of Brampton strives to remove barriers to participation, and to ensure that all residents have access to recreation services, including a broad range of sport and fitness programs.
This is event is generously sponsored by:
Cruisers Sports: Wheelchair Basketball/Multi-Sport Try-It
ParaSport Ontario: Sitting Volleyball
Inclusion Multi- Sensory Room Drop-In
Challenger Baseball: Outdoor Season Launch
Inclusive Drop-In Dance
Inclusion Multi-Sensory Room Drop-In
OnPara: Wheelchair Tennis Try-It
Cruisers Sports: Sledge Hockey Try-It
Inclusive Programs and Integration Support
The City of Brampton is committed to providing recreational experiences to all individuals with various abilities. To learn more about a variety of registered and drop-in programs or additional support, please visit: Inclusion and Integration Programs
Should you have any questions or concerns, visit our FAQ page here, or please reach out to our team by email at email@example.com.