Differently Abled

 

Differently Abled

The self defense programs incorporate techniques for the martial arts of Judo and Jiu-jitsu. What better way to gain physical strength and boost your confidence? Judo Ontario producly supports the efforts of the Differently Abled.

Program Outline

Participants will experience the traditional teachings in a non-competitive atmosphere that is geared to each individual's abilities. Goal areas address cognitive, physical and social needs within a fun and structured framework.

Clubs are currently established at:

CHIRS (Community Head Injury Resource Services)
62 Finch Ave. W. (Yonge St. and Finch Ave.)

O.F.C.P. (Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy)
1630 Lawrence Ave. W. (Lawrence Ave. W. and Black Creek Dr.)

A.B.I. Possibilities
208 Evans Ave. (Evans Ave. and Islington Ave.)

The development of programs with Bloor McMillan Children's Centre andCommunity Living Toronto has also been initiated.

A major component of our service delivery model is to provide education about the Power, the Pride and the Potential of those with "Different Abilities" through participation in community activities, such as demonstrations (Canadian National Exhibition, Camp Dawn and Erin Oaks TIP program) and conferences, e.g. Provincial ABI Inter Urban conference.

Programs are available for both children and adults and are taught by certified Black Belt instructors with experience in supporting special need populations. Please note, in an effort to address communication challenges, all programs are/can be taught in ASL (American Sign Language).

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