Para NB Campground Accessibility Checklist
This checklist is designed by Para NB – Sport & Recreation to provide guidelines to assist parks in New Brunswick to provide a successful and enjoyable camping experience that is accessible and inclusive for all campers.
Para NB Inclusive Activities Checklist
This checklist is designed by Para NB – Sport & Recreation to provide guidelines to assist organizations in New Brunswick to deliver sport & recreation activities, programs or events that are accessible and inclusive for all participants. The following items on the checklist should be considered to ensure the successful and inclusive delivery of the activity or event. Everyone plays!
Para NB Facility Accessibility Checklist
Are you a facility that is looking to modify your facility or make your programs more accessible? Use the Para NB – Sport & Recreation Facilities Accessibility Checklist as a guide for features and recommendations. Contact Para NB if you have further accessibility questions.
Para NB Playground Accessibility Checklist
This checklist is designed by Para NB – Sport & Recreation to provide guidelines to assist organizations and park and recreation professionals in New Brunswick to work towards creating inclusive play environments for children with and without a disability in schools, parks, childcare facilities, private recreation developments, and other areas of public use.
Para NB Accessible Geocaching Checklist
This checklist is designed to help promote the preferred elements for an accessible cache so individuals with a physical disability have success finding geocaches and cache owners have a tool to accurately rate and plant their caches. We look forward to seeing more accessible caches in New Brunswick giving individuals with a physical disability the opportunity to enjoy the same access to this great outdoor activity!
Para NB’s Sources for Equipment Transportation
Para NB – Sport & Recreation’s Equipment Loan Service is a free service offered by a non-profit organization and we are often unable to provide transportation of requested adapted equipment. One of the successes of this program is that it strives to be environmentally friendly by using existing connections to transport the equipment! While it is ultimately the borrower’s responsibility to arrange transportation of the equipment to and from the Fredericton storage facility, we understand that this can sometimes be difficult. If transportation proves hard to find, here are some suggestions
for alternate arrangements.
Sledge Hockey Arena Guidelines
The following guide is intended for building owners and managers wishing to accommodate the sport of Sledge Hockey. It is not a standard but rather a resource tool to help evaluate existing systems and to guide future construction.