Take PART (Physically Accessible Recreation Today) provides Nova Scotians with disabilities an opportunity to participate in recreation and sport programs.

If you have questions or would like more information about the Take PART programs, adaptations or volunteering please contact takepart@easterseals.ns.ca or call 902-453-6000 ext. 220

For more information about our Take PART program in Yarmouth contact Carrie Layne at yarmouth@easterseals.ns.ca or call 902-815-5376. 


Learn to Sledge

A fun-focused sledge hockey program for children and youth. This program is open to players of all ability levels and uses games, scrimmages and drills to help participants learn and play sledge hockey, build strength and coordination, and have fun. Learn more.

Learn to Boccia

Throughout the Learn to Boccia program, individuals will learn how to play the game and improve their skills. With new participants, the Learn to Boccia Program keeps things at an introductory and recreational level. Players will develop better mobility, patience, hand-eye coordination, strength and more. Learn more.

Learn to Ride

Learn to Ride is an experiential learner centered program that promotes the development of healthy life skills for educational, professional and personal development through equine assisted activities. Benefits of this program include positive development of communication, confidence, team building, increased awareness of non-verbal communication and improved self-esteem. Learn more.

Learn to Wheel

A unique, non-competitive, fun-focused wheelchair basketball program for children and youth with disabilities or an interest in Parasport. The program will focus on building fundamental movement skills related to sport involvement, such as: propelling, stopping, turning, throwing, catching, hand-eye coordination, improving physical strength and much more. Learn more.

Learn to Dance

This one-hour program focuses on improving movement, flexibility, creativity and strength. Dancers will be learning routines, movements and expressions while aiming to improve their confidence and encourage physical activity. Learn more.