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Exercise Programs for Individuals with Parkinson's Disease

 

MAURICE POLLACK FOUNDATION CENTRE FOR
ADAPTED PROGRAMS

For more information or to register or contact Stefani Novick 514.734.1819

Cummings Centre offers a broad selection of exercise classes, activities, educational experiences and volunteer opportunities adapted to specific needs. Our goal is to reintegrate participants into community life in a social and supportive environment.

Unless otherwise indicated, these programs are appropriate for individuals with Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Dystonia, Fibromyalgia, Osteoarthritis, Post-Stroke and those who are post-surgery, post-rehab or have any reduced mobility.


ART CLASSES
(Parkinson’s, MS, Post Stroke/Rehab)
Explore various art media such as paint, pastel and mixed media to encourage creative expression as part of the recovery process. Materials included.

Thursday Sept. 7 to Dec. 7
10 am - 12 pm, 11 sessions, $150
Caroline Steele, BFA

CUMMINGS BOXING*
Focus on coordination and balance in this high energy class. Training includes integration of upper and lower body as well as lateral movements. Breathing technique and proprioceptive exercises are also highlighted.

BROADWAY
(Dystonia, Parkinson’s, Ataxia and other movement disorders)
Improve voice projection and flexibility in this innovative program that features both music and movement. Focus on vocal, breathing, swallowing and percussive exercises to improve balance, coordination and proprioception in this highly social setting.

Wednesday Sept. 6 to Dec. 20
2 - 4 pm, 13 sessions, $175
Victoria McNeill, MTA

SING ME YOUR STORY
(Post-Stroke, Aphasia)
Personal expression is encouraged in this class which Includes music and vocal components. Targets issues of sequencing and short-term memory.

Monday Sept. 11 to Dec. 18
3 - 4 pm, 14 sessions, $205
Victoria McNeill, MTA

SUPPORTED CONVERSATION AND SOCIAL PROGRAM FOR APHASIA
Regain the confidence to interact with others. This highly social program includes a variety of activities that encourage conversation and social communication. Bilingual

Tuesday Sept. 5 to Dec. 19
12:30 - 2 pm, 16 sessions, $280
Victoria McNeill, MTA

TAI CHI
Develop strength, balance and coordination. Improve mental focus and agility. Movements flow with grace and fluidity.

Thursday Sept. 7 to Dec. 21
10 - 11 am, 13 sessions, $240
Andrew Dearlove, Master Tai Chi Instructor

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