Join us for swimming groups to work on basic swimming skills and improving social skills such as: eye contact, waiting, turn taking, sharing, building relationships, and initiating and maintaining conversations. One-on-one lessons with a lifeguard are also available to teach the Red Cross Swim Program, utilizing Visual Activity Schedules, sensory integration techniques, and focusing on social skills.
360 Kids is a Occupational Therapy soccer and playground group that includes activities such as various games of tag, soccer skills, and exploring playground equipment to improve sensory functioning.
This group will focus on improving social skills, physical health (strength, balance, coordination, endurance) and cognition (executive functioning).
This Occupational Therapist-led exercise class combines PWR! moves and boxing to help target Parkinson's specific symptoms such as freezing, tremors and stiffness while improving strength, balance, and agility! Learn Parkinson's disease-specific exercises in this unique, cutting edge evidence-based program led by a PWR! Moves certified Therapist. You are guaranteed to have fun while improving your cardio, and simultaneously challenging your brain and body.
Learn how to rock climb with us at our social group outing on June 21. Participants will improve social skills and work on problem solving, while also improving strength, endurance and coordination! Equipment provided by the Richmond Oval, no experience necessary!
Learn to rock climb in a fun and supportive environment, with instruction provided by Coach Thomas Lauer from the Richmond Olympic Oval. No experience necessary! Participants will improve their social skills and work on problem solving, while also improving strength, endurance and coordination!
Enjoy a round of indoor mini golf at Castle Fun Park in a small group this Spring Break! During this community-based group session, led by our Recreation Therapist, participants will improve social interaction skills including eye contact, turn taking, reciprocal conversation, reading the room and relationship building in a fun and supportive environment. Executive functioning skills including flexible thinking and task initiation will be facilitated during this session.
This Spring Break, join our Recreation Therapist and try classic 5 Pin Bowling in a small group setting! Participants will have an opportunity to practice social skills with their peers such as turn taking, eye contact, reciprocal conversation and task initiation. The game of bowling will improve both upper and lower body strength, balance and gross motor coordination in a fun environment!
This mindfulness and anxiety reduction group led by a Registered Occupational Therapist will teach strategies to improve attention and emotion regulation skills. In a small-group setting, children will learn healthy coping strategies to manage feelings of stress and anxiety.
Join us for two Saturday workshops on Jan 19th and Feb 9th for children and youth to learn about healthy relationships and sexual health! The workshops will be delivered by Nicky Waring, a Certified Sexual Health Educator, who will teach your kids about their bodies, personal safety, puberty changes, boundaries/communication skills, and more in a safe and welcoming environment.
Join us for a free event on Tuesday, January 16th from 6:30-7:30pm for parents and caregivers of Enable OT! Nicky Waring, a Sexual Health Educator, will talk about how to keep your kids safe by having conversations with them about their bodies and how to promote a healthy body image.
This event is appropriate for all parents and caregivers of children ages 5-18.
Registration for the event is required. Please RSVP for the event at email@example.com by Saturday, Jan 13th. For questions about the event or content, please call Gina on Friday, Jan 12th at 778-288-4289 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us to work on improving your brain and body power with Certified PWR! Therapists Gina Fernandez and Julie Krahn! This 8-week course is a neuroplasticity program that incorporates the latest research on Parkinson's Disease and Rehabilitation, Exercise, and Wellness.
This type of research-based intergrated exercise and wellness programming is necessary to counteract the inactivity, motor deterioration, and symptoms of Parkinson's Disease. PWR!4Life is a PROACTIVE program that allows you to optimize your brain change, brain repair, and increase your desire to participate in everyday life.
Join us for an end of summer blast off and gymnastics fun in Richmond BC.
Safeguard your children and youth this summer! We have adapted the Lifesaving Society's Swim to Survive program especially for children and youth with diversabilities such as Autism.
Register for one or both halves of the Soccer Skills & Healthy Relationships workshops! Ages 5+.
Join us for soccer skills camp led by an Occupational Therapist, and stay to sharpen your social safety skills in the optional two part sessions, taught by a Sexual Health Educator! Register for one, two, or all three workshops.