Free admission is provided to the attendant of any person with a disability who requires support to participate in our programs.
Support is defined as assistance of a physical, psychological, emotional, intellectual, or sensory nature, which is necessary to ensure that the person with a disability is able to fully participate.
The participant may be required to pay the relevant admission fee.
NEW way to register for recreation programs and services
Our new simple and flexible registration and reservation system is easy to navigate and helps you plan, track, and manage all your recreation requests in one place.
If you are a new user, setting up your account is easy with an email address. Just create a password, complete your profile, and you’re ready to go.
Make your online registration experience more enjoyable. Get registration tips.
Register for activities
Stay active and meet new friends with adapted hockey, basketball, boccia, rugby, soccer, kayaking, waterskiing, golf, canoeing, sailing, and more.
Aquatic facilities and programs
Discover Vancouver's adapted aquatics at Hillcrest Aquatic Centre, Templeton Pool, Kensington Pool, and Stan Stronge aquatic facility for people with disabilities.
The Park Board has Mobi-Mats and 10 new water wheelchairs at outdoor pools and beaches.
More about accessible beaches
Join others in a class that is friendly and supportive. Practise your mobility and coordination, strength, and flexibility. All ages welcome.
Social and recreation activities
Connect with other kids, youth, adults, and elders who share similar interests and challenges. Learn and play in a safe, guided environment.
Volunteers are welcome at adaptive aquatics, adaptive sports, day camps, kayaking camp, and the Summer Sports Festival.
Fill out the volunteer application form and return it Adaptive Programs.
Volunteer application form (200 KB)