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Child 6-12 years, Youth 13 years+

Adapted CampTO have been developed for participants who have a special need and/or a disability. Adapted CampTO includes a variety of activities including arts and crafts, sports, games and activities. Adapted CampTO are ideal for participants who require additional assistance from staff to have a positive and successful experience in a camp setting. Check out our Registration Information for details on how to register.

In addition to our Adapted Camps we may also provide Inclusive Support for individuals that may require additional assistance in order to participate in a standard recreation program. An Inclusive Staff can assist participants by providing modifications in areas such as program instruction, movement, equipment, communication and promotes socialization. Registration and arrangements can be made through the Adapted Recreation section before registering for any camp.



Adapted CampTO

Adapted CampTO is a creative camp experience that offers modified active and quiet games, arts and crafts, as well as nature-based activities.

This camp is for 6 to 12 year old children with a special need or a disability.

Participants must have a current AIS membership to register for this program For information call 416-395-6128 or e-mail aiscw@toronto.ca.

Virtual Adapted Camp

This is a Virtual Adapted camp. Clients take part from their home with family and/or friends. There is no on-site program/participation. Creative and active fun activities are led qualified staff and may focus on science, storytelling, crafts, games, dance, cooking, and/or music activities. This program will also focus on social skills and staying active through movement and may include theme days. Some activities may require guardian support.

Virtual Adapted Programs

This is a Virtual Adapted program. Clients take part from their home. There is no on-site program/participation. Creative and active fun activities are led by qualified staff and may focus on fitness, crafts, games, dance, cooking, and/or music activities. This program will also focus on social skills and staying active through movement. Some activities may require guardian support.