COVID-19 Programs

Programs continuing to be offered

OneAbility seeks to support their members by sharing content that will assist members in their planning. This content is not owned or created by OneAbility nor does OneAbility endorse this content. Organizations should continue to seek guidance from the Provincial Medical Health Officers and seek legal advice and talk to their insurance providers prior to moving forward with returning to programming or operations

Power To Summit


This September 17-19, Zack Zitek, Paige Quinn and Patrick Jobe will be representing OneAbility in participating in Power to Be’s Power To Summit Event.
We will climb the elevation of North America’s highest peak Mt Denali – all for the great cause of supporting Power To Be. Join in the fun with a donation today and help us support this local non-profit organization. Power To Be believes everyone belongs in nature, and it empowers people living with a barrier or disability to discover their limitless abilities through inclusive programs. With adventures such as kayaking, canoeing, hiking and camping, Power To Be focuses on building confidence and community, all while developing skills for life and the outdoors. Thank you for your support!

To donate now and support our climb up the elevation of Mt. Denali please CLICK HERE

To learn more about the Power to Summit CLICK HERE

Cerebral Palsy Association of BC -Virtual Programs

The Cerebral Palsy Association of BC continues to host virtual yoga classes, support groups, and more. Check out their monthly program calendar here!

Boccia Canada Launches the Take the Shot Campaign – Tokyo Edition

With less than six months to go until the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Boccia Canada launches the Take the Shot (Tokyo Edition) campaign to increase participation and awareness of boccia across Canada in the lead up to the Games. This year’s campaign is virtual and includes opportunities for schools, camps, etc. to receive downloadable activation kits and online presentations from boccia athlete ambassadors. The program will also include club grants for new boccia programs for regions where in-person programming is possible.

Athlete presentations will be available in both French and English. The downloadable activation kits will include activity sheets, a boccia colouring sheet, activities for Boccia at Home, and a call to action to help participants connect with boccia in their community.

The goal of the campaign is to encourage new participants to try boccia and develop new boccia fans to follow Team Canada in Tokyo.

To sign up for a classroom or camp presentation with an athlete ambassador, click here.

Visit Boccia Canada’s Take the Shot (Tokyo Edition) for all information including the downloadable activation kit here.

Inside the Crease Podcast


Podcast by PowerHockey Canada to shine a light on the people in the powerhockey community and the sport while breaking down the barriers and stigmas often associated with disability. We aim to change perspectives, raise awareness, and empower others to be the best version of themselves possible.

Inside The Crease can be found on all major streaming platforms. The video version can be found on the PowerHockey Canada YouTube channel. Find us on the In the Crease website at 

Get Moving

We are excited to announce we will be offering a FREE chair based group exercise class online via Zoom. If you are interested please email This class is inclusive to all abilities.

Learn more and register here.

Physical Literacy Sessions on Facebook
Chris Wright, Manager of Physical Literacy Development at PISE, is sharing fun games and activities to stay active at home. Follow PISE on Facebook to view these videos.

Hampton Middle League

Fun Fitness Friday Workout – Facebook 
Visit MOVE Adapted Fitness and Rehabilitation Society of BC on Facebook for Fun Fitness Friday Workouts!

Can Assist


The @universityofvictoria CanAssist and Co-operative Education Departments have created a new program called CanWork!
This pilot project is designed for students who identify as having a disability and or mental health challenge, and are interested in gaining hands on, degree related work experience.
CanWork begins with a seven-week online course component, and then each student will have a job coach who is available to assist them to find a co-op experience for the Spring 2021 term and support them along the way.
To learn more go to

MOVE Walk and Wheel

MOVE is VERY excited to announce the Walk and Wheel program will be starting February 10. Classes run from 9:15-10:15 am and is completely FREE! Walk or wheel supported or independently around the concourse of the CARSA performance gym. Enjoy the indoor, COVID friendly space. Register online by clicking the link below or in person at the CARSA membership service desk **space is limited** If you have any questions please email Alannah at
To register CLICK HERE