S4S (Strategies for Staying) Committee has written a pamphlet on Woodsworth’s accommodation procedures. It gives an overview of what you have to do to request an accommodation for your disability.
The pamphlet will be available in print in the 2nd floor photocopy room, in a plastic hanging sleeve near the door to the inner office.
It is also available online – click on Accessibility on the home page menu.
And for your convenience, here it is as well!
Updated: August 30, 2018
Free programs in the co-op! Exercise programs designed for seniors (60 and over) and people with disabilities led by a qualified trainer on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the penthouse
3:30 -4:15 pm – Falls Prevention program – balance and gentle exercises. This program includes an evaluation of balance. Maximum number of members will be evaluated but others can participate.
4:30 – 5:30 pm – Exercise. Chair and standing – More vigorous exercise.
3:00 -3:45 pm – Falls Prevention program – balance and gentle exercises. This program includes an evaluation of balance. Maximum number of members will be evaluated but others can participate.
4:00 – 5:00 pm – Exercise. Chair and standing – More vigorous exercise.
One and two pound weights are available. No special gear except a theraband or similar may be required. No special clothing, just comfortable clothes that you can move in. No floor exercises!
The S4S contact for this program is member Carol Pasten.
A brief list of websites for services and legislation for members with disabilities, seniors and others living in Woodsworth Housing Coop in Toronto, Ontario.
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City of Toronto Seniors – services by category
Accommodation, transportation, health, library services, safety and more.
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