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Other Organization

  • AlterGo : an association made up of about 85 municipal recreational organizations and services in the Montreal area with recreational activities for people with disabilities.
  • Centre Viomax : an organization located in Montreal with a large inventory of physical activities adapted to the needs of people with physical disabilities. Viomax is the only service centre in the metropolitan area that has a fitness centre that is completely accessible to people who use wheelchairs and to people with reduced mobility.
  • Association québécoise de sports pour paralytiques cérébraux : an association that develops activity programs adapted to people with cerebral palsy or other similar conditions (website available in French only).
  • Association québécoise des sports en fauteuil roulant : an organization with a mission to coordinate and provide access to wheelchair sports at all performance levels for people with physical disabilities.
  • Association des camps du Québec (ACQ) : an association made up of organizations that offer summer and day camps or nature classes.
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Updated on 3/20/2015
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