The Active Aging Toolkit: Promoting Physical Activity in Older Adults for Healthcare Providers
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The Active Aging Toolkit: Promoting Physical Activity in Older Adults for Healthcare Providers

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January 1, 2004

The purpose of this Toolkit is to provide specific interventions and programs to improve health and functional ability, to promote independence, and to prevent chronic disease and disability in older adults. The Toolkit allows healthcare providers to more effectively communicate with patients, including specific strategies for changing perceptions and behaviors toward physical activity, guidelines, educational materials, and research to support evidence-based practice.

The Hygenic Corporation, 2004

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