To better understand national level efforts devoted to falls prevention, the Falls Free Steering Committee commissioned a National Environmental Scan conducted during the summer of 2004.
Interested in learning about a program that can help reduce falls and build confidence in older people to undertake everyday activities safely? Watch this webinar, where we will share an overview of the prevention workshop Stepping On.
Interested in offering a proven physical activity program within your organization? Watch this webinar to learn about two widely implemented evidence-based physical activity programs, EnhanceFitness and Fit and Strong!
The chart outlines thirty evidence-based disease prevention and health promotion programs for older adults, including descriptions, costs, contact information, program goals, target audience, and training requirements.
This presentation makes the case for implementing evidence-based programs in senior centers.
This presentation makes the case for offering evidence-based programming at senior centers and outlines how senior centers can implement these types of programs, providing case examples of successful adoption.
This article issues recommendations the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the American Heart Association (AHA) for Adults on the types and amounts of physical activity needed to improve and maintain health in older adults.
This handbook provides tools for state and local agencies and community-based organization which are evaluating physical activity programs.
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.
This reference guide describes multiple programs for promoting physical activity among older adults in the United States.