REGISTRATION STILL OPEN. This is a drop-in program - you can join us by registering anytime.

WE WILL CONTINUE TO RUN THROUGHOUT THE WINTER! The 'Active' sessions run every Tuesday and Thursday and our 'Connect' sessions run every Thursday following the Active session. 

A virtual program tailored to people with neurological conditions for physiotherapy-guided movement and social-connection during COVID-19. The doors to your local group may be closed, but we are open for active connection!

NeuroSask is a Saskatchewan led initiative through the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Medicine in collaboration with the MS Society of Canada, Parkinson Canada, Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan, Office of the SK MS Clinical Research Chair, and Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation.

We offer a 30 min movement class led by a physiotherapist, every Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm, this will be followed by a 30-45 min ‘connect’ activity on Thursdays. This program runs until the end of December. Join us whenever you can. Come for the physical activity portion (2:00-2:30), the connect portion (2:30-3:00ish), or both.

A note about time zones: There is a time change on Nov 1st. NeuroSask will continue to be delivered at 2:00pm Saskatchewan Time, but because we don't follow daylight savings (and the rest of the Country does) starting in November NeuroSask will still be 2:00pm Saskatchewan time but if you are in BC (Revelstoke and west) this will be 12pm. If you are in AB (or in BC east of Revelstoke) this will be 1pm. If you are in MB this will be 2pm. If you are in ON or QB this is 3pm. If you are in NB, NS or PEI this is 4pm. If you are in NFLD this is 4:30pm.

We use zoom for our sessions. This video provides a brief overview of using zoom including how to access meeting links, change your username, raise your hand, and mute/unmute your mic. Tip for zoom sessions - If you are ever experiencing a bad connection during one of our sessions, try leaving meeting and logging back in. For whatever reason this seems to be working. 

Suggestions and questions can also be sent to neurosask@usask.ca