Therapeutic Recreation

Inclusive Recreation Services

Canton Leisure Services is committed to an inclusive approach to recreation, which allows for individuals with disabilities to participate in programs and activities as fully as possible, while providing reasonable accommodations.

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Important public health Program updates for
therapeutic recreation

In response to the evolving public health care crisis, Canton's Therapeutic Recreation Program has experienced substantial changes and interruptions to regular services and operations. Despite these challenges, online engagement has remained strong thanks to the amazing staff and families that are the very heart of this program. As we transition into the fall season of 2020, new efforts will be made to connect and engage with our participants in new formats that can better ensure the safety of all involved.

Please visit this page and the Canton Therapeutic Recreation Facebook Page often. A selection of virtual and physically-distanced outdoor programs will open for registration beginning in September. Smaller class sizes and other important safety protocol will help us begin to re-engage with the families and friends that we've missed so much. If you would like to learn more about our new program locations, weather, mask, and cancellation policies, and other important relaunch information, please visit 

Therapeutic RecreationTherapeutic Recreation (or "TR") accommodations typically include individualized techniques and resources that enhance participation without fundamentally altering a program.

Individuals participating in Canton's Therapeutic Recreation programming must be able to accomplish personal skills like feeding, toileting, and dressing themselves. Individuals who are unable to accomplish these skills on their own may participate with assistance from an aide, family member, or other personal resource. If an aide will be attending the program with your participant, please make sure he/she is registered too. This helps us better plan and cover any additional expenses that may be incurred.


If you would like forms, marketing and communication pieces, and handbooks made available to you in an alternative format (email, large print, audible, braille, or other), please call 734/394-5430.

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In-Person Programs

A small selection of physically-distanced, in-person adaptive recreation programs will be offered outdoors this fall while Michigan weather permits. 

Pre-registration is required for all programs, no on-site registration is available.

Masks will be required at check-in for all in-person programs.

Adaptive fitness programs typically allow for the removal of face coverings once participants are checked-in and are physically-distanced. 

Companions/On-site support will be required for most in-person programming.

Outdoor programming will be weather-dependent. Upon registration, please make sure you are subscribed to our text notifications. Our Canton TR Facebook page will also be utilized for weather-related updates.


Fit Club $10

Social Club: Cardio Drumming $15

TR Karate $10

Additional programs are listed in the tab for Virtual Experiences.

Registration: program registration is available online and at the Summit on the Park front desk.


If the Plymouth/Canton School District closes due to inclement weather during the school year (typically due to winter weather conditions), all Leisure Services Department programs/classes held prior to 4:00 pm will be canceled. For Leisure Services programs/classes that begin after 4:00 pm a determination to cancel will be made no later than 2:00 pm that day.


Leisure Services strives to offer inclusive recreation opportunities for all participants. If you would like to request an ADA accommodation or to request that a form/information be made available in an alternative format (email, large print, braille, audible or other) please contact our Recreation Supervisor at 734/394-5460 or by email.