ReBlog: Community Based Resources for Adults with Arthritis

In honour of Arthritis Awareness Month, we thought we would share one of our most popular past blogs on arthritis. In April 2019, we brought you this list of helpful resources. If you didn’t see it then, we hope you enjoy it now.

The original post is as follows…

150 minutes per week of exercise is important for all Canadians. Although some individuals with arthritis may find it hard to find modified activities. At Charlton Health we have compiled a list of community resources and on-line programs for individuals with arthritis to help you to achieve 150 minutes of exercise per week.

ResourceWhat it is?LocationContact information / Website
Arthritis Society – Arthritis Rehabilitation and Education programHelps facilitate access to physiotherapists, occupational therapists and social workersVarious – Click here for more information1-800-321-1433 ext. 1301
INMOTIONWeekly education sessions by a physiotherapist for individuals with chronic bone and joint health problems such as osteoporosis and arthritis. This program allows participants to access; GentleFit, hydrotherapy and Walkfit classes along with individualized exercise plansLes Chater Family YMCA (356 Rymal Road East, Hamilton, ON)    Phone: 905-667-1515
Your Exercise SolutionProgram by the arthritis foundation that helps individuals find exercises that will work for themOnline
From Soup to Tomatoes (exercise program)Online exercise videos that are for individuals with mobility impairment, all exercises are done with the support of a chair.OnlineFrom Soup to Tomatoes YouTube
GLA:D exercise programThis is a standardized education and exercise program, that is twice a week for 6 weeks. 2 sessions are education and the rest of the sessions are exercise with a trainer.   Referrals to this clinic need to be accessed via the Rapid Access Clinic (RAC) ask your physician if you would qualify.Wilson Medical Centre (130 Wilson St lower level Hamilton, ON, L8R 1E2    Phone:  905-526-6250

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