Our specialized programs are for individuals with disabilities who want to be involved in recreational activities with other people who have similar interests, abilities and needs in a safe and positive environment. These programs are designed with smaller group sizes.
To access Adapted and Inclusive Services (AIS) you need an AIS membership. If you have never used adapted and inclusive services before, contact the hotline at 416-395-6128. We will assess your needs and if possible provide you with an AIS Membership.
All forms provided by City staff must be completed.
The City of Toronto’s existing Adapted Camp is being modified this year due to COVID-19, to ensure health and safety for participants and staff in accordance with provincial health guidelines for day camps. The City of Toronto is committed to providing a modified Adapted Camp experience through a virtual recreation program. The Virtual Adapted Camp is now available for online registration. All registered clients will be contacted before the start of the Virtual Camp week. If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 24 – 28 use barcode 3364935
August 31- September 4 use barcode 3364936
August 24 – 28 use barcode 3364942
August 31 – September 4 use barcode 3364943
August 24 – 28 use barcode 3364949
August 31 – September 4 use barcode 3364950
Inclusive services are offered so that participants with disabilities may choose to join general programs for the mutual benefit of experiencing recreational interests together with other participants. Inclusive Staff is a limited resource.
New guidelines for Inclusive Services have been developed under the guidance of Toronto Public Health to mitigate the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Clients requesting inclusive support for CampTO will be contacted by staff to review health guidelines and camper expectations for a successful CampTO experience. Staff will discuss your child’s ability to maintain physical distancing during activities and personal care needs.
In compliance with Toronto City Council direction CampTO participants and staff will be asked to wear face coverings/masks while indoors. Caregivers are asked to send 2-3 clean face coverings per child each day. The face covering can be a mask, scarf, bandana, other cloth covering or non-surgical paper mask as long as it covers your child’s nose and mouth. Please speak to staff about any special circumstances for your child.
As a result of reduced capacity at camps to implement physical distancing, one week of inclusive support can be provided per child for CampTO city-wide. Inclusive support for CampTO is available at select locations only. Please register for the CampTO session of your choice, then request inclusive support by using the appropriate bar code listed below.
For personal care and close contact or behaviour management support, participants will be requested to provide their own support worker/family member/volunteer. People who bring their own support person must let staff know and complete the related forms. Call the hotline for information.