Adaptive Recreation in Strathcona Provincial Park, BC. Local organizations on Vancouver Island have done a lot to support access to outdoor recreation for people with a wide range of physical and cognitive abilities. They have recognized the importance of access and enjoyment for all in parks and other nature spaces. Thus, today’s blog post will highlight adaptive…
Parks Accessibility Conference Acknowledgements by The Engineering Health Parks Team
We are so grateful for the support we received while planning the 2022 Parks Accessibility Conference and want to give a resounding thank you to everyone that offered encouragement, support, suggestions, feedback and their time. We could not have done it without you!
Environmental Sensitivities – Marie LeBlanc Shares Her Thoughts
In this video, Marie LeBlanc talks about living with environmental sensitivities and how parks can help improve the visitor experience of someone with environmental sensitivities.
How Do You Experience National Parks? by Mark Weiler
Across the country, disabilities groups continue to lead Canada to a more inclusive society.
Engineering Health Making Things That Make Things Better. Our Work Many individuals suffer from injuries or illnesses that are largely preventable. Some have their lives turned upside down suddenly as in the case of an individual sustaining a concussion following a fall resulting from a slip in icy weather or a trip on an uneven…