The City of Brampton’s Recreation division, in collaboration with the City’s Accessibility team, will host Accessible Sports Week in Brampton from May 29 to June 4, during National Accessibility Week.
Accessible Sports Week in Brampton will showcase a range of adapted sports and City facilities, programs and services. The City strives to remove barriers to participation year-round, and to ensure that all residents have access to recreation services, including a broad range of sport and fitness programming.
Events include a variety of try-it sports throughout the week, including wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, sledge hockey, and more. An Accessibility Fair and Multi-Sport Showcase will be held on Saturday, June 4 at Save Max Sports Centre from 1 to 5 pm. Registration is not required. All events are free, drop-in programs.
An inclusion dinner and dance will take place in celebration of National Accessibility Week on Friday, June 3 at Loafer’s Lake Recreation Centre from 6:30 to 10:30 pm. Registration is required.
Provide your feedback on the City’s Multi-Year Accessibility Plan
The City of Brampton’s Multi-Year Accessibility Plan (MAP) for 2022 to 2026 is the City’s plan to continue to reduce, prevent and remove accessibility barriers, and enhance accessibility for our programs, services and facilities.
The MAP outlines the actions we are taking to engage businesses, strengthen our foundation and promote a culture shift, which will allow all citizens of Brampton to participate in everyday activities, including working; taking public transit; using online services; attending sporting and cultural events; and enjoying recreation facilities, parks and other public spaces.