Special Needs

Accessible Playgrounds

view details »

The City of Regina has several playgrounds which are accessible for all children. For a complete list, visit www.regina.ca/about-regina/accessibility/#outline-accessible-playgrounds

Al Pickard Park - 343 N Pickard Street
This playground includes a large play structure which has wood carpet as the accessible protective surfacing.

Candy Cane Playground - Wascana Park
This playground has accessible elements.

Centennial School - 6903 Dalgliesh Drive
This school playground includes a play structure which has wood carpet as the accessible protective covering.

Coleman Park - Fines Drive - between Denny & Coleman Crescent
This playground includes a large play structure which has wood carpet as the accessible protective surfacing.

Crescent Park - Dixon Crescent
The accessible play equipment is an accessible swing, mounted over rubber tile surfacing.

Dr. George Ferguson School - 117 Brotherton Avenue
This playground has a ramped structure on the playground behind the school.

Gocki Optimist Playground - 2230 Lindsay St.
This fully accessible playground features a splash pad, play structure, basketball nets, and more. Washrooms available in adjacent Al Ritchie Community Centre.

Green Meadow Park - 3598 Green Bank Rd.
This park has accessible elements.

Imperial School - 200 Broad Street
This school playground includes a ramped structure.

McKenna Park - 5033 Padwick Rd.
This park has accessible elements, including a picnic site.

Parkridge Park - 1243 Rossie Dr.
This park has accessible elements, including a splash pad.

Queen Elizabeth II Park - McAra Street and 18th Avenue
This park includes a ramped play structure and spray pad.

Realtors Park (adjacent to the South Leisure Centre at 170 Sunset Drive)
This park was developed in 2007 and has wonderful new accessible play structure adjacent to the existing spray pad.

Rick Hansen Optimist Playground
This park was redeveloped in 2005 and is the largest, fully accessible play structure in Regina. Located in A.E. Wilson Park, west of McCarthy Blvd. near 4th Ave. (accessed from McCarthy Boulevard).

Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre - 3130 E. Woodhams Drive
This centre has a preschool play area that includes tile as the protective accessible surfacing.

St. Gabriel School - 3150 Windsor Park Road
This school has a ramped structure.

Autism Resource Centre (ARC)

view details »


The Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is a non-profit, community-based organization incorporated to serve persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and to support their families. Since 1977, the members of ARC have sought to achieve a meaningful and independent life for individuals with ASD through education, awareness, and programming.


Children's Program (Wascana Rehabilitation)

view details »

Wascana Rehabilitation
2180 23rd Ave.
Regina, SK  S4S 0A5

Wascana Rehabilitation's Children's Program supports families, health professionals and community caregivers. The program promotes the development of children who have or might have physical or developmental disabilities. A written referral from a physician, licensed to practice in Saskatchewan is required for entry into the program.

City of Regina

view details »

City of Regina recreational programs are open to everyone. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to participate in programs listed throughout the City of Regina's Leisure guide (available at www.regina.ca). The City of Regina also offers Sport and Leisure Activities for Persons with Disabilities, which are intended to be used as stepping stones to inclusion. When registering for a program, please inform City staff of any accommodations you may need to participate. For more information, call Adaptive Services at 306-777-7146 or visit www.regina.ca.

Attendant Admission Program
This City of Regina program allows persons with a disability who require support during recreation activities at City-operated facilities or programs to bring their own attendant at no cost. If you require more information, please call 306-777-7146.

Cognitive Disabilities Strategy

view details »


Intended to provide individuals with a cognitive impairment and/or their careproviders funding to access services/training for which there is no alternate source of funding. Contact your local health region representative for more information.

Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP)

view details »

Regina and area
Ph: 306-347-5020

Early Childhood Intervention Programs (ECIPs) are a province-wide network of community-based supports for families of children who experience or are at risk for developmental delays. ECIPs utilize a strength-based approach to deliver family-focused, home- and centre-based services to families. Early Childhood Interventionists and Consultants build trusting relationships with families and assist them in working toward mutually-identified goals. There are fifteen ECIPs located throughout Saskatchewan.

Children who are involved with ECIPs are often delayed in reaching age-appropriate developmental milestones such as walking, talking, eating, maneuvering, playing or interacting socially with others, or are born with a condition or diagnosis that makes it more difficult for them to develop at rates that are typical for a specific age group. ECIP interventionists build trusting relationships with families and assist them in working toward mutually-identified goals for their child(ren) and family.

ECIP staff provide an important link between families and other professionals in the Early Learning and Child Care sector and the PreK-12 sector. They strive to work collaboratively with child care providers, speech and language pathologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, nurses, physicians, early childhood psychologists, teachers, and school administrators, among others, to ensure family-centred goals are achieved and smooth transitions to school and other centre-based programs and services occur.

Hope's Home

view details »

Ph: (306) 522-HOPE (4673)

Hope's Home is a family-centered environment providing care to medically fragile children giving them a place to live, play, and be kids. "Medically Fragile children are children who have a chronic or progressive medical condition that may become unstable resulting in a life threatening situation. Medically fragile children require care, support and monitoring by nursing professionals." Hope’s Home considers the child to be medically fragile when s/he has one or more of the following: Tracheostomy, feeding tube, seizure disorder, mechanical ventilation, life threatening/chronic condition that requires nursing care.

Hope's Home provides:

  • Daycare (Infants 6 weeks - children 12 years)
  • Daytime/Evening/Weekend Respite Care
  • Preschool
  • School Age Developmental Activities

SCEP Centre

view details »


SCEP CENTRE was created in 1968 as a remedial, professional service for young children with Socialization, Communication, and Education problems. Integral to SCEP's approach are services for the children's caregivers. The approach is holistic and based on respect for each child as an evolving, striving young person with a unique history, with individual needs, abilities and limitations. Help for the children is to be provided in a carefully monitored and enriched social and physical environment that is subjectively and objectively safe. The development of genuine emotional bonds and of honest and tolerant two-way communication and language are seen as the keystones to socialization and education.

Our Privacy Policy | Copyright & Disclaimer     © 2021 Regina Children's Initiative | site by Rio Saxon Design