Are you an existing TIME™ Partner (Licence Holder)? If yes, get access to the Resource Portal website.

How to Refer Participants

Individuals who would like to join TIME™ can self-refer to the program, but healthcare professionals can facilitate the process by helping eligible participants to locate their nearest time program on this interactive map.

You can also view our program listing as a PDF – Canada-wide TIME™ Program Listing  – making it easy for clinicians to print and distribute to patients who may benefit from the program.

How to Bring TIME™ to Your Community

Our framework relies on a healthcare-community partnership. If you are a clinician or a community organization interested in building a TIME™ program in your community, reach out to us at for tips on how to get started.

Obtaining a TIME™ license is easier than you may think. When you purchase a license you receive:

  • The rights and access to use the TIME™ name, design, logo and brand
  • The TIME™ Toolkit and Exercise Program
  • All accompanying resources and training materials
  • Implementation support from the TIME™ team at UHN
  • Training support for instructors, healthcare partners and volunteers
  • Access to new resources and updates, including educational webinars and other events

For more information on licensing or to purchase a TIME™ license, please visit our registration page.

Facts About TIME™ – Together in Movement and Exercise

Facts About TIME™  answers Frequently Asked Questions about the program.

Other Resources

1. Just in TIME™ Newsletter

An electronic newsletter providing updates on the program and bringing the TIME™ community together. To sign up for the newsletter, please email

2. Participant and Caregiver Experiences with the TIME™ Program: A Qualitative Study, 2015

  • Webinar
    How does the TIME™ program affect the daily lives of participants and their caregivers? (June 7, 2016) Nancy Salbach provides an overview of the TIME™ program and describes the experiences of 13 participants with neurological conditions and 12 caregivers with the TIME™ program. This 1-hour webinar was hosted by the Canadian Advisory Collaborative for TIME™ (CAN-ACT), with help from Alda Tee.
  • 2-page summary of the study results: Impact of a Community Exercise Program.

3. Published Pilot Program Evaluation

Salbach NM, Howe J, Brunton K, Salisbury K, Bodiam L., Partnering to increase access to community exercise programs for people with stroke, acquired brain injury or multiple sclerosis. Journal of Physical Activity and Health.

4. Knowledge Mobilization Workshop – May 30, 2014

On May 30, 2014, a large group of stakeholders from across Canada came together with the ultimate goal of increasing access to exercise programs for people who live in the community with balance and mobility limitations. The 53 attendees shared their successes in community-based programs, including reports of the benefits from participants who have exercised at the programs. We also identified the challenges for implementing and sustaining the programs and strategies to overcome them.

Complete description of the meeting and what we learned from it

5. Now published

Salbach NM, Howe J, Baldry D, Merali S, Munce SEP. Considerations for expanding community exercise programs incorporating a healthcare-recreation partnership for people with balance and mobility limitations: a mixed methods evaluation. BMC Research Notes. 2018. DOI: 10.1186/s13104-018-3313-x

6. New: Perspectives from Fitness Coordinators and Instructors: A Qualitative Study 2019

Skrastins O, Tsotsos S, Aqeel H, Qiang A, Renton J, Howe J, Tee A, Moller J, Salbach NM. Fitness coordinators' and fitness instructors' perspectives on implementing a task-oriented community exercise program within a healthcare-recreation partnership for people with balance and mobility limitations: a qualitative study. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2019. DOI: 10.1080/09638288.2019.1570357

Webinar: Nancy Salbach discusses fitness coordinators' and fitness instructors' perspectives on implementing TIME™ within a healthcare-recreation partnership. This 1-hour webinar was hosted by the Central East Stroke Network.


Fitness coordinator/instructor experiences working with healthcare partners in the TIME program

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