One-on-One or in the Community

Q. How does Functional Rehab work?

A. Our goal is to assist your functional abilities so that you may remain active in your everyday life.

Examples of everyday activities to remain or become functional in:

  • Balance           
  • Walking
  • Being able to lift one's arm up to do things such as grab a dish from a cupboard or comb one's hair
  • Lifting a bag or box
  • Opening a door
  • Being able to get off a chair/couch without an assisted device (ex. walker or cane) or the help of someone else

Examples of conditions you may be living with or rehabilitating from:

  • Stroke Recovery
  • Neurological Rehab
  • Pre & Post Hip, Knee and Shoulder Replacements
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Minor Spinal Cord Injury
  • Parkinson's
  • Osteoporosis
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

How do we start 1-on-1 Functional Rehab?

To start we always do a meet and greet to discuss what kind of “Functional” Rehab program we will create for you. Once your personal needs are determined, we will proceed with developing a program that is tailored to your needs.

What are community classes?

Examples of group classes could be a group of residents in an apartment block or retirement residence. If you are a recreation coordinator at a long term care residence, this can be added to your calendar of activities. Candace currently runs community classes in apartment blocks, long term care sites and through the MS Society.

Whether it is 1-on-1 or a group setting, Candace can either host the class at her shop, or she can come to you.

Bee Wellness

wellness & Rehab Facility for Older Adults and individuals with Mobility needs


Functional 1-on-1 rehab:

30 Minutes - $30

45 Minutes - $45

In the Community:

30 Minutes - $40

45/60 Minutes - $60

Functional Rehab