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Organization: Golden Horseshoe Disabled Sports Association  
Phone Numbers: 905-844-8429
Website: www.ghdsa.org
Address:
407 Willis Dr
Oakville, ON
L6L 4T9
Intersection: Rebecca St and Fourth Line
Location: Oakville (West Oakville)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Office:
Executives: Marsha Hawtin - President
mhawtin@cogeco.ca
Chris Chandler - Coach
905 332 9261 * c.chandler@cogeco.ca
Service Description: Offers various fitness, social, and recreational opportunities designed specifically for individuals with disabilities

Recreational and social programs provide opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in appropriate social or recreational activities, sports or games
  • offer special health instruction and exercise
  • program is run by volunteers
  • competition in all sports at the regional, provincial, national, and international levels available
  • wheelchair basketball practice on Monday’s from 6.00-8.00pm @ Queen Mary School, 1292, Cannon St E, Hamilton L8H1V6
  • wheelchair basketball practice on Saturday’s from 1.00-4.00pm @ Haber Recreation Centre, 3040, Tim Dobbie Drive,Burlington L7M 0N6
  • swimming is cancelled till further notice

Fees: $250 per year for individual athlete and $300 per family
Application: Call * no referral required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Persons with physical disabilities
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Burlington, Hamilton, and Halton Region  
See Also: Fitness, Recreational and Social Programs for People with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on December 4, 2017

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Updated December 4, 2017
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About Us
Our goal is to enrich the lives of the physically challenged by granting them the opportunity to participate in athletics. Participation in sports can promote development in all areas of one's life: physically, mentally and socially. We strive to fill the disabled with a sense of confidence and accomplishment so that these feelings will spread to all other aspects of their lives.