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Support. Care. Knowledge.

Support

We provide personal and family consultations, workshops and information sessions, group support sessions, and specialized exercise classes.

Care

Our professional staff offer a wide variety of services to clients at all stages of the lifecycle, from children to seniors, and their loved ones.

Knowledge

We welcome calls for information and assistance - connecting with schools, workplaces and the community.

Exercise Programs

Regular exercise is an essential component in the management of Parkinson's. While exercise is important for everyone's health, it is particularly important for people with Parkinson's. Exercise plays a major role in maintaining muscle strength, balance, flexibility, ability to walk safely, and ability to carry out activities of daily living. It also helps with some other Parkinson's symptoms, including constipation, sleep problems, anxiety or depression and cognitive health.

If you prefer to continue with your own regular exercise routines following diagnosis with Parkinson's, that's wonderful!  If you haven't done much exercise lately or you want to try something different, you may be interested in joining a community program such as the Parkinson Wellness Project exercise programs or Rehabilitation Therapy services (Call Madelaine for a list of options - 250-475-6677). It is always important to check with your doctor to ensure that the activity program you select is appropriate for your functional ability.



For a great set of Walking Stretches please check out this link.


Parkinson's Walking Groups.

Brian Wood continues to lead the "Chips and Gravy Walking Group" on weekly excursions in the Peninsula area. For more information call Brian or Paddi at 250-652-9954