Organization Program Archives: Recreation


A charitable non-profit agency funded by Manitoba Education & Training. steps2work is an employment and training centre providing vocational assessments, career planning, job search, work experience as well as support to those at risk of job loss.

Recreational Respite

Recreational Respite works to identify the barriers to participation that exist for a child, youth or adult who has a disability or mental health. Our team members offer 1:1 services or group programs in various communities across Manitoba. In our work, we promote inclusion and access to recreation and other community programs that could benefit the individual and […]


Our Accredited Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association (CanTRA) Centre specializes in delivering affordable therapeutic riding programs for youth and adults with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities. Programs are modified to fit each client’s needs, while delivering a unique recreational and learning activity that uses the horse as the motivational tool for interventions focused on improving […]

SwimAbility (Formerly Making Waves)

Provides low cost swimming lessons for children with disabilities in a 1-1 support model format.

Inspire Community Outreach Inc.

Inspire Community Outreach Inc. is an incorporated non-profit social services agency working with youth in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in the hopes that they will find their passion and create connections that will last a life-time. Programming varies from drop-in, to 6-10 week sessions.  We use a strengths-based approach in teaching skill building programs like mindfulness training, […]

Music Therapy at the RCC

The Rehabilitation Centre for Children is offering weekly weekday or Saturday music therapy programs for pre-schoolers and for children up to age 12. To register a spot for you and your child, please contact Yvonne: • Mail (633 Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg, R3M 0A8) Questions? Call or email: • Yvonne – • Carol or Kristin […]

New View – Art Classes for Adults

With help from  the Arts and Disability Network, Community Living Winnipeg has hired professional artists to teach in accessible community places. The first two art classes commence at the end of January 2015. These classes are for people who are eighteen and older and have a disability.  It is hoped that classes will be attended […]