Reviews over 800 parks in Montreal and the surrounding area.
CIVA – Integration Centre for Active Living
Promotes the social integration and independence of adults with a physical disability. This is achieved by offering adaptive sports activities, personal growth workshops and creative art workshops.
Address: 525 Dominion St. Suite 330, Montreal, Quebec H3J 2B4 Accessible entrance: 2290 Workman St.
Lara Travel – Margo Pedersen
Travel agent specializing in special needs travel.
Address: 555 Decarie Blvd. Saint Laurent, Quebec H4L 3L1
The Sylvan Adams YM-YWHA
The Marlene and Joel King Special Needs Department offers a variety of recreational and leisure activities to children and adults with special needs. The programs are for people with special needs, be they physical, developmental or intellectual.
Address: Ben Weider Jewish Community Centre 5400 Westbury Avenue, Montreal, Quebec H3W 2W8
Works with children with special needs by providing experiential team building workshops to help develop critical social and cooperative skills.
The programs are for children, teens and young adults with special needs. The programs are designed to nurture the person’s social, physical, and cognitive skills. Respite teenage volunteers and educators interact with individual with special needs to build friendships. Also, support programs for siblings and parents. Also now offers Connect 21 for young adults.
Address: 4585 Bourret, Montreal, Quebec H3S 1X1
Hope Corporation for the Intellectually Disabled Children Corporation l'Espoir du Déficient
Offers a variety of programs for children with intellectual disabilities.
Address: 55 Dupras Ave. Bureau 511, Lasalle, Quebec H8R 4A8
A mobile and web-based app that provides information about leisure activities for special needs children and youth in communities across Canada.
Parasports Québec (formerly Quebec Wheelchair Sports Association)
Coordinates, facilitates access to wheelchair sports at every level for disabled people.
Address: 4545 Pierre-De-Coubertin Ave, Montreal, Quebec H1V 0R2
Quebec Blind Sports Association (ASAQ)
Promotes and organizes sports activities for semi-blind and visually impaired children and their siblings aged 6 to 14 years in Quebec.
Address: 4545 Pierre-De-Coubertin Ave, Montreal, Quebec H1V 0B2
Quebec Deaf Sports Association (ASSQ)
Promotes sports, recreational and physical activity for deaf and hearing-impaired people in Quebec.
Address: 4545 Pierre-De-Coubertin Ave., Montreal, Quebec H1V 0B2
Tel: 514-252-3069, Video relay service: 1-438-476-6315
Multi-Ethnic Association for the Integration of Persons with Disabilities
Facilitates the social integration of people with a physical or intellectual disability. Recreational activities, French language courses, art workshops, and job readiness workshops are offered.
Address: 6462 St. Laurence Blvd. Montreal, Quebec H2S 3C4
Special Olympics Quebec
Promotes sports events for those with intellectual disabilities, check the website for all of their branches.
Address: 1274 Jean-Talon East, Suite 200 Montreal, Quebec H2R 1W3
Non-competitive sports instruction for children 16 months – 12 years old. Kids are introduced to eight popular sports: soccer, hockey, basketball, baseball, volleyball, tennis, golf and football. Check website for their many other locations.
Address: 63 Rue Beacon, Kirkland, Quebec H9J 2E9
The Adaptive Sports Foundation
Offers outdoor summer and winter adaptive sport programs to children and adults with a physical disability.
Address: 549 Knowlton Rd. Knowlton, Quebec J0E 1V0
Un Prolongement à la Famille de Montréal
This organization offers social participation activities as well as sports and recreation activities including theater, painting, crafts and computers for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities.
Address: 1621, boul. Pie-IX, local S-21, Montréal, Quebec, H1V 2C3
Offers a variety of programs for physically and intellectually disabled children and adults.
Address: Luci-Bruneau Rehabilitation Centre, 2275 Laurier Avenue East, Montreal, Quebec H2H 1L6
Tel: 514-527-4527 #2329