“Any condition of the body or mind (impairment) that makes it more difficult for the person to do certain activities (activity limitation) and interact with the world around them (participation restrictions).”
World Health Organization, 2016
Children, Youth, Adults and Seniors
Recreation can promote inclusion and encourage better social relationships while focusing on personal independence, community participation, life enrichment and social skills for children, youth and adults with disabilities, memory impairment or mental health. When barriers exist, recreation can help identify and remove these barriers through meaningful engagement and strategies for the individual and empower caregivers with multiple tools for sustainable support.
Service includes direct 1:1 support, on an hourly basis.
Self, Parents and Caregivers
Recreational Respite understands that access to programs and services are often limited.
Our team feels very strongly about the importance of recreation, engagement and participation for emotional, mental, physical and social health.
We offer our services direct with our skilled recreation team or we can offer training to you, a caregiver, or other respite worker in place if you are looking for more strategies or tools!