Fun and sports go together. Whatever sport you choose, you’ll be glad you got active.
Adapted recreation programs are specialized programs for people with disabilities. We’re committed to providing the community with high-quality, accessible recreation and leisure opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Find out how to access these services at Accessible Recreation.
A concussion is a brain injury. It can’t be seen on X-rays, CT scans or MRIs. It may affect the way a person thinks, feels and acts.
Rowan’s Law (Concussion Safety) and its associated regulation requires sport organizations, including municipalities, to establish a Concussion Code of Conduct, and requires participants under the age of 26 (and parents/caregivers of participants under the age of 18), staff and officials to review and sign-off on Ontario’s Concussion Awareness Resources for sports programs that have elements of competition.
For more information, please visit the Government of Ontario Rowan’s Law website.
The City of Toronto is dedicated to ensuring the safety of all individuals who participate in its programs and services. As required by the Concussion Safety legislation, the City of Toronto has developed a Concussion Code of Conduct which is required to be reviewed and signed off by participants under the age of 26 (and parents/caregivers of participants under the age of 18) who participate in required sports programs. Additionally, participants will need to sign-off on the review of associated Government of Ontario Concussion Awareness Resources.
Print and fill out the Concussion Code of Conduct for Participants and bring it to the centre on the first day of your program.
The appropriate age-based concussion awareness resources provided by the Government of Ontario can be found here:
Examples of sports programs include but are not limited to: