Learn about all the ways you can stay busy, active and healthy at home.

 Accessible Activities
Colouring & Activity Booklet - by the Province of Ontario

Story: The Boy Who Loved To Move - This fully accessible e/audio-book is available with captions, ASL, and in both French and English.

Story Colouring Books

American Sign Language (ASL) Activity Sheets

 Braille Activity Sheets

 Discover your neighbourhood network!
Don’t get in your car to go for a walk – discover and enjoy your neighbourhood network if you need to walk, run or ride. 
  • Step 1. Check out our #TOA Trail Map
  • Step 2. Make sure you’re keeping a safe social distance (6 ft/2 m)
  • Step 3. Enjoy discovering your neighbourhood in a new way!
 Keep Kids Busy 
 Mental Health and Well-being

Ontario Resources

  • BounceBack self-help program for adults and youth over 15
  • Kids Help Phone 24/7 virtual support service for youth or 1-800-668-6868
  • ConnexOntario addictions and mental health support for 18+ or 1-866-531-2600.
  • Good2Talk support for postsecondary students 

#MindVine from Ontario Shores

Durham Region

 Participate in the COVID-19 Window Project
  1. Design & create a poster thanking frontline, healthcare & emergency workers
  2. Display in a window or on your lawn
  3. Upload a photo and tag the Town #StrongerTogether

Get the whole family involved in this fun and creative project

 
 Stay Active

The FitnessOnDemand app is now available for FREE to registered members!

Space is limited. Register early to secure your spot.

Register for FitnessOnDemand™ 

Show us how you’re staying active at home using FitnessOnDemand™! Upload a quick video and tag the Town on our social media channels

Fitness and Mental Health at Home