Therapeutic Activation Program for Seniors (TAPS)

Nanaimo TAPS (Therapeutic Activation Program for Seniors) offers a combination of free social, mental, and physical activation programming for isolated and/or marginalized seniors. Our primary activities include chair yoga classes and exercise groups, with a monthly rotation of educational and participatory programming. We currently offer a hybrid program, with the majority of sessions held through Zoom with a selection of in-person recreation options.

Check out our June Programming Schedule here: July 2021 digital program schedule

If interested in signing up, contact Sacia Burton, TAPS Coordinator, by emailing s_burton@nflabc.org or calling (250) 754-3331 ext. 203.

 

Want to share information about the upcoming TAPS series? Download the poster.

Those interested in working on TAPS as a workshop presenter should review the Workshop Leader Request for Proposal. Proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis throughout 2020.
Those interested in providing catering for TAPS participants should review the Catering Request for Proposal. Proposals will be accepted until the position is filled.

Questions can be directed to:

Sacia Burton
TAPS Coordinator
s_burton@nflabc.org
250-754-3331 (203)

Covid-19 Hours and Response

Our current hours of operation are Monday to Thursday, 9:00--4:00 pm.

We are open to the public on a limited basis. Only 2 people may be in the waiting room at a time. If full, please wait outside or in your car.

If you have any cold, influenza, or Covid-19 symptoms, you will not be permitted into the building.

We continue to practice social distancing. Please maintain 2 metres distance. Face masks are mandatory.

Our counselling program continues to operate, offering sessions over the phone, online, and in person. Walk-in counselling is unavailable at this time. If you are in need of counselling support, please call us at (250) 754-3331 or email Mia at m_maarika@nflabc.org

If you are an older adult, aged 65+, looking for support at this time, please visit Safe Seniors, Strong Communities website.

Safe Seniors, Strong Communities Website