Registration opens on Monday, April 12.
The MS Society of Canada, in partnership with Toronto Rehab presents the TIME™ at Home program. This FREE online, exercise program offers two 1-hour long sessions every week from May 3, 2021 to June 28, 2021. Please note that we are now offering two levels of programming to suit your needs.
The TIME™ at Home program level 1 is suited for you if you are able to walk at least 10 metres (30 feet) by yourself, with or without a cane or walker. This is roughly the distance to cross the street in a residential neighbourhood.
The TIME™ at Home program level 2 requires a bit more stamina and fitness, so in addition to the above criteria it is also recommended that you are used to being on your feet for 15+ minutes (walking or standing) without experiencing excessive fatigue. We require that participants taking level 2 have previously participated in a level 1 class to be sure they are ready for the added challenge.
TIME™ at Home will help you:
- Be more confident in your balance
- Feel stronger and be more active
- Enjoy the many benefits of exercise
- Move with more ease, in your home and community
Sign up for TIME™ at Home to receive the session Zoom link. An email will be sent to you before every session with the Zoom link.
How does it work?
Each session is 1-hour long led by a volunteer facilitator and offers video of exercises developed by physiotherapists. After the exercise portion, participants are invited to stay for a 30-minute social on a new theme/topic.
Level 1 sessions will take place on Zoom every Monday and Wednesday for 8 weeks at 1pm ET/10 am PT. Level 2 sessions will take place on Zoom every Monday and Wednesday for 8 weeks at 4pm ET/1 pm PT.Please note that there is no class on May 24, 2021.
These sessions are drop in so you can attend whenever you are able to!
Need help registering or have questions about the program? Call the MS Knowledge Network at 1-844-859-6789 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is not recorded. If you cannot make the session times, Toronto Rehab staff have put together a list of YouTube videos that you may find beneficial.
New to Zoom? Read the Zoom Getting Started Guide.