On March 12, 2018, the Bruyère CLRI hosted a webinar called “Cycling Without Age: Enhancing the Lives of Seniors – The Right to Wind in your Hair.” It focuses primarily on the concept of Cycling Without Age, as well as the pilot project conducted in Bruyère Continuing Care’s long-term care homes.
Cycling Without Age (CWA) is an innovative program that has helped seniors stay active and stay connected with their communities. CWA is making it possible for seniors or those with mobility challenges to get back on their bicycles and enjoy their communities and nature.
Presented by Kim Durst-Mackenzie (Therapeutic Recreation and Volunteer Coordinator, Bruyère Continuing Care) and Gary Bradshaw (Community Partner), this webinar also discusses the purposes and goals of the program, as well as the benefits and challenges the Bruyère teams came across during implementation.
To learn more about Cycling Without Age, please watch the engaging webinar below.