View Text Version  | English |  Franšais  
Disability Access   |   Sitemap  

Moving to Inclusion (MTI) Online is an effective training and professional development tool for those who are working in or training for a career in the recreation, fitness, education,
sport and active living fields.  Now available online!

All Abilities Welcome
 View by Location


> Alberta
> British Columbia
> Manitoba
> New Brunswick
> Newfoundland
> Northwest Territories
> Nova Scotia
> Nunavut
> Prince Edward Island
> Quebec


Donate Now!
Click here or on the "Donate Now" image below to make an online donation to the Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability. Thank you!

Click here to make an online donation.

User Management
Create new user 
Lost your password? 

Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability: Interview Results Report
As part of its comprehensive strategic planning process, ALACD developed a national engagement strategy to solicit opinions from Canadians on issues affecting people with a disability. A national survey gathered information from individuals and in addition to the survey, eleven individual sport, active living and recreation leaders were interviewed and asked about the ALACD. Read the Interview Report. (.pdf)

Be Active e-Book: All Abilities Welcome
Be Active eBook cover imageWelcome to the wonderful e-book world on active living stories that Canadians with disabilities and physical activity leaders have experienced.
Share in the recreation, sport and active living stories that others have made their passion in their own lives. Developing a repertoire of physical literacy skills will guide you through fitness and attitudinal changes in your life.

Embrace it! Download the pdf (990KB)


ALA 25th Anniversary logo

Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability: Stakeholder Survey Report 

As part of its comprehensive strategic planning process, the Active Living Alliance for Canadians with Disability (ALACD) developed a national engagement strategy to solicit opinions from Canadians on issues affecting people with a disability.
National surveys were posted on the (ALACD) website and advertised through various ALACD networks. The promotion of the surveys therefore served as a vehicle both for a review of the ALACD and for increasing awareness of the organization.
Download the National Survey Report (.pdf, 1.3 MB)

Canadian Active After School Partnership logoCanadian Active After School Partnership
The objective of this initiative is to enhance the delivery of quality after-school programs that involve increased access and opportunity to engage in physical activity and healthy living and nutrition practice. Download the pdf here.

Making Your Playground Accessible to Persons with a Disability
All children in Canada have a right to access playspaces in their community. Accessible playspaces encourage diversity and use by all members of the community. Click here for important information on how to incorporate accessibility into new or redeveloped playground initiatives.


TIP SHEETS for Intermediaries: Physical Literacy

This project aims to equip health and education intermediaries with knowledge and tools to direct Canadians with a disability towards increased physical activity participation, promoting enhanced Physical Literacy. More...


Picture of two people shaking handsInterested in joining the active living movement? Does your organization believe in the importance of active living for Canadians with a disability? Become an ALACD partner today!

Click here to learn how to become an ALACD partner.

On Guard - Against Diabetes

Information on Diabetes for Persons with Disabilities

Active living is good for all of us whether we have disabilities, diabetes or any chronic health disease. And active living is easy: eat healthy, get into regular physical activity and don’t smoke! All of these can help everyone stay healthy and live longer.


The Alliance is most appreciative of the support of:

Pfizer Logo

Not sure where to start? Try selecting one of the following options. Don't forget to click Go!


  • Want to get active?
  • Don't know where to start? 

Use our Interactive Activity Search tool  
or go to the
Activity Fact Sheet page. 

Across Canada there are thousands of organizations that provide healthy living programs and services that are accessible to persons with a disability. Visit our directory to locate a service or practitioner near you.

To find out how your organization can become a partner, click here.

Today's featured partner is:

Canadian Blind Sports Association

view ...

About Us  -  Advocacy  -  Resources - Programs & Events  -  Volunteers  -  Contact Us 

Powered by Port 80 Web Site Manager