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TIME™ at Home is a pre-recorded exercise program hosted by a live virtual facilitator. This 60-minute program includes a seated warm-up and cool down, and 40 minutes of exercise done in standing, practicing movements used in day-to-day life. Exercises have been adapted from the classic in-person TIME™ program to be done safely at home. Opportunity for online social interaction is incorporated before or after each class.
For a quick peek into a TIME™ at Home class, view this 1-minute video:
TIME™ at Home is best suited for people with balance and mobility challenges, meaning that they may use a cane or walker to get around and find it harder to walk in the community but can walk 10 or more meters. This program is not suited for individuals who need help from another person while standing, walking, or getting up from a chair.
When following along with the exercise video, participants will need to self-pace and self-select the exercises that are at the right level for them. Participants will also need some basic equipment at home, including a sturdy chair for sitting, hand support for balance (such as a countertop), and a non-slip step or target using items from around the home. Participants will also need an email address and reliable internet access in order to join the classes from their computer or tablet.
The KITE clinic offers TIME™ at Home in small groups so that you can easily get to know your fellow participants throughout the session. Registration is open to participants residing in the GTA. You can self-refer by completing
this form and selecting TIME™ at Home from their virtual program options. The referral can be faxed to 416 597 7111 or emailed to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Any interested participant can also reach out to
email@example.com with questions.
The MS Society of Canada offers the TIME™ at Home program to participants living across Canada. Due to its popularity and demand, class sizes can exceed 20 participants and registration priority will be given to people living with MS. People with other health conditions can still register if space is available. To register, please
visit their website, or call the MS navigators at 1 844 859 6789.
Several of our classic TIME™ sites expanded to include TIME™ at Home as part of their programming. Please inquire within your existing program to see if this is available at your site, or reach out to us at
The Toronto Grace Remote Care Monitoring (RCM) - Active Together aims to provide physical and social wellness virtually for clients with mobility and/or balance challenges. Through collaboration with Toronto Rehab's TIME™ program, RCM – Active Together will be hosting the TIME™ at Home program
for free as part of their virtual programming pilot.
YES, you should still sign up! Referrals will be accepted on a rolling basis. Even if you miss the first cycle of TIME at Home classes, clients who meet all eligibility criteria may be enrolled in the next upcoming TIME™ at Home cycle.
To enroll a client who does NOT currently have a falls/emergency pendant through the RCM program, please complete the RCM form available at
Toronto Grace Health Centre Remote Care Monitoring Intake Referral Form and
indicate "TIME™ at HOME" in the reason for referral.
Contact: Alexandra Chen, RCM-Active Together Lead at
RCMplus@torontograce.orgInclude in the Subject line: TIME at HOME
With this virtual delivery model
If you are interested in running TIME™ at Home, please view this 3-minute informational video about the license
To purchase the TIME™ at Home license, please click on the button below. If you have any questions, please email
Purchase the TIME™ at Home license