Post-Rehabilitation programs support individuals to maintain their journey to living a physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy life.
These classes are developed and delivered with our community partners in the health sector and facilitiated by trained and certified intructors.
Respiratory & Cardiac Maintenance
Respiratory & Cardiac Maintenance is a community-based exercise program delivered in partnership with Lung Health Foundation for people with cardiac or pulmonary conditions (ie. Heart attack, Angina, COPD, Pulmonary Fibrosis, etc) to continue engaging in an exercise routine following a rehabilitation program. This program aims to help participants maintain muscular strength, flexibility, and activities of daily living.
Virtual Fitness For Breath
Virtual community-based exercise program delivered in partnership with Lung Health Foundation for people with pulmonary conditions (ie. COPD, Asthma, Pulmonary Fibrosis, etc) to aid in maintaining fundamental movement skills during activities of daily living.
Durham Dance for Parkinson’s®
Community-based program created by Dance for Parkinson’s, to aid in the management of symptoms and maintain or improve gait and balance through dance movements. This program offers an inclusive community to target your mind body connection and lift your spirits through the joy of movement and music. Care partners, friends, family, etc are encouraged to participate.
Total Knee Rehab
Community-based exercise program created for those who have had a knee replacement or knee injury, to continue an exercise routine following a knee rehabilitation program. This program aids in maintaining or improving strength of muscles supporting the knee, balance, and range of motion.
Minds in Motion®
Community-based social program created by Alzheimer’s Society of Durham Region. Minds in Motion® incorporates 45-60 minutes of physical exercise and 45-60 minutes of mentally stimulating activities for individuals living with dementia and their care partner. for individuals living with early to mid-stage Dementia and their care partner.
Living with Stroke
In partnership with Heart & Stroke Foundation, created to help those who have had a stroke gain knowledge and confidence while completing an 8-week facilitator led program. Participants and their caregivers will learn about goal-setting and have the opportunity to share experiences while supporting one another.
The Healthcare Professional Referral Form must be completed by your healthcare professional or medical doctor. Once the form is completed and signed, please return to Abilities Centre to finalize your registration.
Please call to confirm program start/end dates and pricing. For more information, contact:
or call 905-665-8500 x114