We offer programs for individuals of all ages, interests and abilities. We encourage anyone who needs an accommodation to request inclusion support. We also offer specialized programs for those with a disability and their family, friends and support workers.

On this page:

  1. Register
  2. All About YOUth summer camp
  3. YOUth Sense
  4. Golf Fore Life
  5. Sensitive Santa Skate


You can register for city programs:

If you or your child has a disability and needs support to join any City of Kitchener program, you can apply for an inclusion membership. Those with an inclusion membership can access 1:1 program support at no extra cost.

All About YOUth summer camp

It’s All About YOUth Camp is designed for youth 13-17 years old with a special need and/or disability. Campers will participate in a variety of activities including sports, crafts and cooperative games in a supportive camp environment that meets the sensory, emotional and physical needs of the participants. Activities are designed with the interests and abilities of participants and will encourage building friendships, social skills and life skills. If the program is full, we encourage you to sign up for the waitlist.

  • dates: August 14 to 18 and August 21 to 25
  • time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • location: Stanley Park Community Centre
  • age: 13 to 17 years old
  • cost: $158.84

Registration is full.

To sign up for this camp, you need to have an inclusion membership. You do not need to register for inclusion support for specialized camps. If your youth requires 1:1 support, please register them for the corresponding week of inclusion support.

YOUth Sense

YOUth Sense is a summer camp program that has been specifically developed for participants who have a special need and/or a disability and who do not require one to one support. Youth with a disability, who are between 9 and 14 years of age, who thrive in a camp environment that includes a variety of activities including arts, sports, games, guest speakers and nature activities will be sure to enjoy this program.

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Golf Fore Life

Golf Fore Life gives people of all ages living with dementia a chance to continue to play, or return to, the game of golf.

Golfers will play nine holes of golf, with available support from our trained inclusion and golf staff, including volunteer caddies. After the round of golf, we'll enjoy a short social time with golfers and inclusion staff.

  • date: Tuesdays and Thursdays starting on July 11 for eight weeks
  • time: 8 a.m. to noon
  • cost: $95 for one day a week, $190 for two days a week
  • location: Rockway Golf Course

Registration is required. Register on ActiveNet starting at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 6:

Sensitive Santa Skate

Join us at The Aud on Sunday, November 19 between 8 and 10 a.m. for sensory-friendly skating and a visit with Santa.

Registration is required, and limited spots are available. Registration costs $14 for each group of up to six people.

Register online

Find more information on our events calendar or on ActiveNet.