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Free Accessible Virtual Facilitation Training

We know that getting back to sport and recreation in-person is critical in supporting the mental health of children and youth – but with the pandemic still causing restrictions across our communities, not all individuals feel safe to return to in-person programming just yet.

As organizations are looking for ways to incorporate virtual programming this fall and winter, we ask “why not make it inclusive and accessible for kids of all abilities?”. We’ve partnered with Abilities Centre, OneAbility, and Abilities Centre Ottawa to share our tips and tricks to make virtual programming accessible for all.

Visit to access the free accessible virtual facilitation training video series.