Coquitlam strives to provide community recreation experiences for people of all ages and abilities. Contact the Community Services team to discuss how we can best support your visit:
Arrange for a facility tour
Access to adapted equipment
Discuss program options with a Community Services staff member
Children and Youth Programs
Families with children and youth in registered recreation programs are encouraged to complete Recreation Support Request Form a minimum of two weeks prior to the start of the program.
A recreation support plan can support your child’s experience by:
Providing key information to program leaders on how best to support your child’s unique needs
Identifying strategies to help your child stay engaged and having fun
Having supports such as visual cards and noise minimizing headphones available
Ensuring program spaces meet accessibility requirements
Patrons who require direct support to safely enjoy our services can bring a support person with them at no additional cost. It is expected the support person will be with the customer throughout their visit and be fully engaged in supporting them. Please let the front know upon arrival.
An all-inclusive leisure swim time for those who may have sensory processing challenges or are simply looking for a quieter swim. Music and all water features will be turned off and not available for the duration of the swim time. Drop-in rates apply.
Designed for individuals looking to increase their functional abilities with the use of water.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Gord (604-927-6037) in Aquatics or Jennifer (604-927-6942) or Kim (604-927-6093) in Community Services, or if you have any questions about this adapted class.
Assisted Dip/Chin Up Machine – Build strength and target muscles with less tension. The weight stack helps users offset some body weight as they work up to their goal.
Nustep Machine – Inclusively-designed recumbent trainer (sit-down) allows users to experience a low-impact workout while seated.
Upper Body Ergometer Machine – Resembling a hand bike, this machine allows users to remain seated while using their upper body to pedal. It also has a removable chair, allowing a wheelchair to be wheeled up to the machine.
We also offer a variety of products for reduced hand function which provides users with increased independence in the weight room. Active Hands, including gripping aids, d-ring aids and hook aids, are available in the weight room upon request.