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Together In Movement and Exercise (TIME™) is a community-based program welcoming people with balance and mobility challenges to exercise.
TIME™ is based on health care and community organizations working together to make exercise more accessible, do-able and fun! The group exercise program is designed by physiotherapists at Toronto Rehab, and led by fitness instructors in community centres across the country, presently in dozens of locations and growing. The health care and community centre collaboration creates a safe and effective opportunity for participants to exercise in their neighbourhoods.
For people who could become less and less active because of the movement challenges they face, TIME™ puts them in motion to improve their health and well-being through exercise.
The purpose of TIME™ is to increase access to exercise in the community. Participants in the TIME™ program experience balance and mobility challenges and are looking for a safe exercise program that suits their needs. For example, TIME™ participants may be living with:
To be eligible for the program, individuals must be able to walk at least 10 metres (30 feet) by themselves, with or without a cane or walker. This is roughly the distance to cross the street in a residential neighbourhood.
Join TIME™ at your local community centre, if you want to:
Click here to see the
Canada-wide TIME™ Program Listings
Greater Toronto Area (GTA) TIME™ Listings
and discover if there is a location near you.
Program details at each location may differ, but the general schedule is as follows:
The purpose of Jo’s TIME™ Fund is to help those in financial need. Jo's TIME™ Fund can help TIME™ participants, anywhere across Canada by subsidizing registration fees and/or transportation costs.
How to find funding: For more information about help with funding to attend a TIME™ program, see the
How to Register page.
Learn more about
Jo's TIME™ Fund and to make a donation.
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