TIME (Together in Movement and Exercise) is an exercise program that helps you to improve your mobility while you live independently in your home community.

TIME classes are designed for adults with conditions such as:

  • Stroke
  • Acquired brain injury
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Other mobility concerns

What does the program include?

  • One-hour circuit-based exercise classes, led by fitness trainers at local recreational centres in partnership with Fraser Health
  • Practical techniques for you to practice on your own at home
  • Opportunities to meet with other class participants with similar conditions and support each other

Home is Best

TIME is part of Fraser Health’s larger Community REDi (Rehab Early Discharge) initiative. Community REDi puts the Home is Best philosophy into action by supporting you to live at home as independently as possible by:

  • Providing outpatient rehabilitation to support early discharge and transition from a hospital setting to your home community.
  • Partnering to provide programs, such as TIME, to help you to self-manage your condition more effectively over time in your community.



To access this service, you can register for classes through your community recreation centre. Check your local rec guide for the current class schedule.


Abbotsford Recreation Centre
2499 McMillan Road
Register: 604-853-4221


Chilliwack Family YMCA
45844 Hocking Ave
Register: 604-673-6179


Poirier Sports & Leisure Complex
630 Poirier Street
Register: 604-927-4386


Walnut Grove Community Centre
8889 Walnut Grove Drive
Register: 604-882-0408


Mission Leisure Centre
7650 Grand Street
Register: 604-820-5350

New Westminster

Centennial Community Centre
65 East Sixth Avenue
Register: 604-777-5100

Port Coquitlam

Hyde Creek Recreation Centre
1379 Laurier Ave
Register: 604-927-7946


Tong Louie Family YMCA 
14988 57 Avenue
Register: 604-673-6179


The cost of the program varies slightly from community to community. The average cost is just over $10 per class.


B.C. Ministry of Health: Community rehabilitation
Community rehabilitation services are provided by a licensed physical therapist or occupational therapist to clients who require acute, chronic, palliative or rehabilitative support.