We are committed to providing a variety of recreation programs for all abilities. This includes inclusive and adaptive programs for all ages. Learn how we can help you access our recreation programs today.



To register for our inclusive or adaptive programs, you’ll register through our online system and pay the associated fee. After completing the online registration, we’ll send you an All About Me package for you to complete. We want to know as much as we can about you or your child so that we can offer the best possible support.

Information provided in the All About Me package is confidential and will only be provided to staff working directly with you or your child in a program. For more information about the registration process or our inclusion programs, please call 905-878-7252 ext. 2605.

Registering for day camps

For day camps you will register online and pay $0 to reserve your spot. Staff will contact you after registration to find out more about the camper and work with you, to find the camp that best suits your child’s needs. Once you select a camp, you will pay the full registration fee.

Types of inclusive programs

Review our inclusive and adaptive programs to find the type that best suits you or your child.

Inclusive programs

Inclusive programs provide extra support to children and youth with exceptionalities in various recreation programs. Ratios are based on the abilities and the number of participants. Space is limited, early registration is highly recommended. Some inclusive programs include:

  • Inclusion Care for Assisted Needs (I-CAN)
  • Summer Camp and School Break programs 

Types of support

If you or your child require additional support to participate in our recreation programs, you can choose one of these options.

Provide a personal support worker

You can provide your own personal support worker in our programs at no additional cost. This individual must be at least 16 years of age. Personal support workers participating in our registered and camp programs are required to provide an up-to-date Criminal Reference Check and sign off on a Personal Support Workers Expectations form.

Request our staff support workers

Support Staff are available to participate in Milton programs. Our staff are trained teens/young adults who work our summer camp programs and have an interest in working with individuals with exceptionalities. Staff receive some training; however do not have professional qualifications in this field.  

How do I know if my child needs extra support?

Your child may benefit from an inclusive program, if they:

  • Require or receive additional support in a school setting
  • Have an exceptionality that could affect their safety or the safety of others
  • Require extra support at home for basic care such as feeding or toileting
  • Are currently associated with a support agency or program
  • Have a safety plan in place with their educational institution