Active Aging at Home

Support for Active Aging at Home

There are so many resources available to help you stay active at home. Keeping physical distancing from others does not mean that you still cannot be active. It is so good for your mind, your body and your spirit. And these days it is so important to keep busy and stay active. If you need a few ideas to stay active, stay safe and keep your distance, please check out the links below.

Active Aging Minutes

Active Aging Canada has lots of videos and pamphlets available to help you stay active in your home.

Daily Dose Activities that you can do every day in your home.

Daily Dose Activities


Active Aging Minute Series

In one minute you can learn a new healthy living tip from our Active Aging Minute video series.

Active Aging Minute


Activity Programs for People with a Disability

Get in Motion

Get in Motion from the Canadian Disability Participation Project provides free physical activity information, by phone or video, to adult Canadians with physical disabilities. Get the support you need to be active at home.

Get in Motion


Toronto Rehab Clinics

Toronto Rehab Clinics - Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists from the TIME (Together in Movement and Exercise) team at the University Health Network have put together a list of exercise and wellness videos that are appropriate for people with mobility challenges.

Exercise and Wellness Videos


Choose to Move from Home Exercise Videos

Choose to Move

See why others choose to move presented, by Active Aging BC.

Choose to Move


Energy Bursts

Move for Life

Government of British Columbia has developed energy bursts videos, designed to get you moving and feeling great. When you feel like you need a burst of energy, try one of these two-minute exercises.

Move for Life


Exercise and Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis Canada

Osteoporosis Canada has several videos to provide ideas for safe and effective exercise and physical activity from experts and real-life clients.

Video Series on Exercise and Osteoporosis


Royal Osteoporosis Society

Royal Osteoporosis Society has a collection of video clips and fact sheets to practice exercise routines and movements that are safe if you have osteoporosis or risk factors.

Exercise and physical activity for osteoporosis and bone health


French Language Fitness Videos

Move50+

Fitness videos for older adults from Move50+

Move 50+


Go4Life

Go4Life Workout Videos

Physical activity is an important part of healthy aging. Check out these Go4Life workout videos from the National Institute for Aging, to help you fit exercise and physical activity into your daily life.

Go 4 Life


Healthy Exercise and Aging Lab

UBC Okanagan Heal

A variety of exercises programs for older adults in video format or paper version from UBC Okanagan.

UBC Okanagan Heal


Stay at Home Exercise Program for Older Adults

Stay at Home Exercise Program


Later Life Training

Later Life Training

Later life training guru and Professor of Ageing and Health, Dawn Skelton, is on a mission to help older people cope in the Coronavirus crisis and improve their lives with new live online movement sessions.

Later Life Training


Make Movement Your Mission

Live videos on Facebook

Daily live videos from the UK on Facebook; not once not twice but 3 time’s daily to encourage everyone to move more frequently throughout the day for muscles, mind and wellbeing. Or watch them on your own time!

Make Movement Your Mission


Resistance Exercise Videos

Diabetes Canada

Keeping your muscles active and healthy through regular resistance training will greatly improve your management of diabetes. Diabetes Canada recommends resistance exercise 2-3 times a week.

Resistance Exercise Videos


Stay Active at Home Videos

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

A simple set of exercises from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy are designed especially for older people to help everyone stay active at home.

Stay Active at Home Videos

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Healthy Aging and Connected Living

Empowering Aging Canadians

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