Holland Bloorview Intro to Wheelchair Sports Program

Are you interested in playing wheelchair sports? Join us for an 8-week multi-sport program geared towards learning the FUNdamentals of wheelchair sports such as wheelchair basketball and wheelchair tennis through games and activities. All equipment will be provided, and no experience is necessary! Open to participants of all physical abilities. You are not required to be a daily wheelchair user to play wheelchair sports!

Location: Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Centre

Program Dates: Sundays, April 5 – June 7, 2020

Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm (ages 4-7)
12:30 – 1:30pm (age 8-12)

Cost: $60.00 (includes 2019 – 2020 ONPARA membership)

For more information or questions about registration, please contact Katherine Hale at 416-426-7131 or btg@onpara.ca.

Holland Bloorview Intro to Wheelchair Sports Program


Participant’s Name * 

Which age group are you signing up for? * 

Gender * 

ONPARA recognizes the privacy rights of all our members. We will only ask for information about gender from our staff and members when it is critical to the services or programs, in a manner that is inclusive, and for which there are no consequences for abstaining.

Birthdate * 


Membership Type * 

I am a/an: * 

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Athlete Classification

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Club Name

Indicate club name for each applicable sport.

Coach’s Name

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Membership Agreement * 

Upon acceptance as a member of the Ontario Para Network, the applicant agrees to the rules and procedures of the Organization as approved through rules, by-laws, policies and regulations. By-laws and policies are available for review on ONPARA’s website www.onpara.ca. It is understood and agreed that the Organization and/or any of its officials, affiliates or sponsors do not assume responsibility for any injury, damage, or loss resulting from any accident from known or unknown conditions howsoever caused.

Rowan’s Law makes it mandatory, as of July 1, 2019, for sport organizations to ensure that athletes under 26 years of age, parents of athletes under 18, coaches, team trainers and officials confirm every year that they have reviewed Ontario’s Concussion Awareness Resources, as well as establish a Concussion Code of Conduct that sets out rules of behaviour to support concussion prevention. Documents are available on the Membership page at www.onpara.ca.

1. I confirm that I have reviewed the Concussion Awareness Resources.
2. I confirm that I have read and agreed to the relevant Concussion Code of Conduct.

Note: For athletes under the age of 18, Rowan’s Law requires 2 confirmations – one from the athlete and one from the parent/guardian.