Grandravine Special Hockey is a hockey program for the developmentally challenged for all ages, male or female, regardless of skill level. It is the oldest special hockey program in North America, founded in 1980.
- The progam runs 26 weeks
- The Skills Development Program is for all beginners and teaches basic skating and hockey skills.
- Games with nearby regional teams.
- Participation in the Annual Special Hockey International tournament.
- Other group and social events
A Packed House for Team Up Event
February 2, 2013
If there were rafters at Grandravine Arena people would have been hanging from them. An over-flowing crowd packed theRead more.
January 27, 2013
This organization allows players who have special needs – namely, Autism or Down Syndrome challenges – to have a place toRead more.
Access For All – 2013
December 28, 2012
The Toronto Maple Leafs Team Up Fund online voting will start in a couple of weeks – Thursday January 10,Read more.
Team Up Day at Grandravine
December 19, 2012
The Toronto Maple Leafs Team Up Foundation will be at Grandravine Arena on January 19th, 2013 to see our programRead more.
UCT GIVES BACK BY SPONSORING A $10,000 VIDEO CONTEST FOR SCHOOLS WITH PROGRAMS FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES!
November 9, 2012
COLUMBUS, Ohio, November 2012 – UCT (United Commercial Travelers) is sponsoring a video contest for schools with programs for peopleRead more.
Velcro Skate Straps
October 25, 2012
The single biggest struggle for many of our players has been lacing up skates. While we have all felt thatRead more.