Choose to Move at Home

Read Me: How to Keep Active and Connected During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Despite the current crisis, it is important for seniors to stay physically active and socially connected since we know that there are many health benefits. How this looks for you may change from your normal routines, but we hope the resources on this page will help you to stay active and connected.

For information on how to protect yourself, your family and your community and what to do if you suspect you have COVID-19, visit the BCCDC website.

Looking for more support to get active? Sign-up for the Choose to Move at Home Check-in, a regular email nudge to support you to remain active and connected, for health.

A collection of trusted resources to help keep you active and connected at home, curated by our team

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Strength

Activities you can do from home to build strength.

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Balance

Activities you can do from home to improve balance.

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Flexibility

Activities you can do from home to improve flexibility.

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Bone & Joint Health

Activities to improve bone & joint health. 

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Mental Health

Tips to help you manage stress and day-to-day anxiety.

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Endurance & Heart Health

Activities you can do from home to improve heart health.

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Brain Health

Tips to help improve your brain health. 

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Chair Exercises

Activities you can do from home while seated. 

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Printable Resources

Printable resources that you can take with you offline.

Additional Resources

Choose to Move at Home Resource Digest

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Move for Life DVD

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Physical Activity Log

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Get Active Questionnaire

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Facebook

Join the Choose to Move Facebook community! 

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