The Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth were released in June 2016 by the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) as formal recommendations for optimal movement patterns within a 24-hour day. The guideline recommendations are particularly practical for able-bodied children and youth; however, the utility of the Guideline can be challenging for children and youth who are living with a disability. As such, the Ability Toolkit has been created as a supplemental resource for parents of children who are living with a disability.

The Ability Toolkit offers information regarding the interpretation of the guideline recommendations, provides examples of simple modifications that can be enacted to meet the recommendations, and details a list of resources that may be of assistance to parents of children with a disability.

The Ability Toolkit is available in both English and French.