Access 2 Entertainment
The Access 2 Entertainment program seeks to offer more opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in recreational activities with an attendant, without added financial burden. It is also designed to raise awareness and help businesses provide quality customer service to customers with disabilities.
The Access 2 Card provides persons with a disability a personalized card printed with their name and the card’s expiry date. When going to their attraction of choice, they simply need to present the card along with a piece of ID (not required for cardholders who are minors), and their attendant will receive a free ticket. The Access 2 card is accepted at entertainment venues across Canada.
Disabled Skiing Program
Disabled skiing Capital Region Association for Disabled Skiing (CRADS) promotes and supports skiing/snowboarding for people of all ages with disabilities. Our goal is to encourage members and their families/ski buddies to become independent skiers/snowboarders.
Cost: Membership $35.00
Membership includes: reduced lift passes and rentals for persons with disabilities and use of adaptive equipment during lessons.
Lessons are available by appointment only and are booked through the Crabbe Mountain Snow School. Members may receive up to 6 hours of funded lessons. Instructors are certified by the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiers (CADS).
For more information: email@example.com
Crabbe Mountain Snow School: firstname.lastname@example.org or (506) 463.8311 ext 225
Fredericton Therapeutic Riding Association
The Fredericton Therapeutic Riding Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing therapeutic horseback riding to individuals with a physical and/or cognitive disability such as Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, ADHD, Down Syndrome, and Spina Bifida. Our program provides opportunities for individuals to learn to ride while at the same time working on physical, cognitive and psychosocial goals. For example, balance, range of motion, self-esteem, following instructions and socialization.
2575 Woodstock Rd.
Fredericton, NB E3C 1R1
For more information, please call Ruth Carter at 455-0510
Canadian Deafblind Association-NB Inc Lorna Thompson Memorial Snoezelen Room
Snoezelen Room Fees for Non CDBA-NB Inc. Consumers
Sessions are 1 hour Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Pay as you go - $15.00 per session (must be paid upon arrival for a session) OR 4 Session Card - $40.00
For more information and/or to request an application form, please contact:
212 Queen St., Suite 408
Fredericton, NB E3B 1A8
email@example.com or Tel: (506) 452-1544
Special Olympics New Brunswick
Special Olympics New Brunswick are among the most celebrated and awarded athletes in the province. We off programs in both summer and winter sports as well as many recreational programs. If you or someone you know is between the ages of 2 and 88 years old and has an intellectual disability, we have programs to suit everyone’s needs.