Healthy Steps in Motion (HSIM) is an evidence-based exercise program designed for people of all fitness levels. The program is a one-hour session twice a week for eight weeks; it starts with a warm-up, followed by strength & balance exercises and ends with a cool down-stretch.
Panelists speak to their experiences, address local and community initiatives to implement diversity and inclusion into their evidence-based program engagement tactics, and provide a platform for national organizations like NCOA to create supportive tools, information, and resources to increase diversity and engagement within the aging network.
Listen to NCOA’s Public Policy and Advocacy team discuss Capitol Hill debates affecting Healthy Aging programs.
Listen to this presentation to learn about the Utah Department of Health’s adventures through successful rural collaboration to expand evidence-based program reach.
Listen to this presentation to learn how the Health Foundation of South Florida/Florida Health Networks (HFSF/FHN) have been working to expand the reach of evidence-based programs for 10 years.