The importance of exercise >The importance of exercise

Physical activities that can reduce stress and make you feel better.

Fitness tips for all abilities >Fitness tips for all abilities

Everyone can benefit from exercise. Find the right program for you.

Art and creativity >Art and creativity

The arts enhance lives in many ways and there are no limitations on imagination.

Recreation sports >Recreation sports

Challenge the world, explore boundaries, take risks. Most of all – have fun.

Gardening from a wheelchair >Gardening from a wheelchair

Enjoy the great outdoors when gardening from a wheelchair.

Team sports >Team sports

There are many sports to help you stay active and be part of a team.

Winter sports >Winter sports

Just because it’s cold outside does not mean you have to hang indoors. Check out winter sports.

Video series: Accessible gardening >Video series: Accessible gardening

Gardening from a chair is practical and enjoyable.

Video series: Exercise tips >Video series: Exercise tips

Before you hit the gym, learn these adaptive exercises and stretches to help you stay fit.

Video series: Improve your mind >Video series: Improve your mind

Tips from family therapist, Dr. Dan, on improving your mind to live better.

Video series: Yoga for your health >Video series: Yoga for your health

The benefits of yoga for individuals living with paralysis.

Webcast: Dr Dan on finding joy and happiness >Webcast: Dr Dan on finding joy and happiness

Dr. Dan Gottlieb discusses finding joy while living with paralysis.

Video series: Start swimming >Video series: Start swimming

Get an effective cardio and aerobic workout.

Video series: Preparing and cooking meals >Video series: Preparing and cooking meals

Adaptive tools can help in the kitchen

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