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Programs for Individuals with Parkinson's Disease

Adapted Programs for Individuals with Parkinson's Disease

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.

At the Cummings Centre we work hard to counter the effects of Parkinson’s disease, a chronic, progressive condition. It is often referred to as a ‘boutique’ illness for the varied way its symptomatology affects each individual. Our participants benefit from the many adapted classes offered which target the symptoms of the disease; coordination, balance, proprioception, voice modulation, etc. Often overlooked, however, are the caregivers.

The Centre will host a Parkinson's Disease Public Lecture. To register contact Stefani Novick 514.342.1234 local 7201.


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 May 4 to June 29
10 am - 12 pm, 8 sessions, $115
Caroline Steele, BFA

Thursday July 6 to August 24
10 am - 12 pm, 8 sessions, $115
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.

Monday April 24 to August 28
10:30 am - 12 pm, 18 sessions, $270
Lucia Larcinese
Centre Claude Robillard (Transportation from Cummings Centre provided)

Friday April 28 to Sept. 1
10:30 am - 12 pm, 19 sessions, $285
Lucia Larcinese
Cummings Centre, 5700 Westbury Ave.

Monday and Friday April 24 to Sept. 1
10:30 am - 12 pm, 32 sessions, $525
Lucia Larcinese

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 May 3 to Aug. 30
2 - 4 pm, 15 sessions, $195
Victoria McNeill, MTA
Katy Harris McLeod

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

Thursday April 27 to June 29
10 - 11 am, 9 sessions, $165
Andrew Dearlove, Master Tai Chi Instructor

To learn more about our caregiver's support group, click here.


Adapted Exercise Clinic

Featuring a cardiovascular conditioning facility and a specialized training room. For information or to register contact Maria Fragapane 514.342.1234 local 7246

DRUM, DANCE & SING
Combines rhythmical drumming and movement, postural exercises and singing to improve voice projection.

EXERCISE CLASS
Designed to improve the quality of life of individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Combine cardiovascular training with boxing, balance and task specific exercises.

Course Day Time

Spring / Summer  2017
(April 24 to September 1)

Drum, Dance & Sing Friday 12 – 1 p.m. $95
Parkinson's A Mon/Wed 12:25 – 1:25 p.m. $222
Parkinson's B Tue/Thu 12:25 – 1:25 p.m. $240
Parkinson's C Tue/Thu 10:15 – 11:15 a.m. $240
Parkinson's D Mon/Wed 12:25 – 1:25 p.m. $222
Parkinson's E Tue/Thu 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. $234
Parkinson's F Tue/Thu 4 – 5 p.m. $234
Parkinson's G Mon/Wed 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. $222
Parkinson's H Mon/Wed 4 - 5 p.m. $222
Parkinson's I Tue/Thu 4 - 5 p.m. $234

*The Cummings Centre Boxing Program, was recently featured on Montreal's TVA Sports and on Breakfast Television. Kudos to Boxing Instructor Lucia Larcinese for making this event happen and many thanks to Otis Grant for the warm hospitality. Watch a follow-up to this report, also on Breakfast Television. Join us anytime to try your hand at this amazing class! Hats off to our participants who fight hard everyday.


If exercise helps the average, healthy person to stay strong, flexible and mobile, why wouldn’t it do the same for someone with Parkinson’s disease? Find out What You Should Know About Parkinson's and Exercise.

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