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The Y started actively working with cancer survivors in organized programs more than three years ago. The not-for-profit has been helping cancer survivors understand the role of physical activity in their life.
Clients show significant improvements in functional mobility, endurance, lower extremity strength, and confidence when performing daily activities without losing their balance or falling
Discover how a Dutch program uses bridge to spur relationships—and more exercise
Active Aging Today asked AARP’s Margaret Hawkins and Teresa Keenan to explain how the program was organized and implemented and to share the lessons learned
Adapting this model for community-based settings makes the program more accessible to seniors while still producing the desired benefits of the original
This intervention can result in a 61% fall reduction in older adults, says study.
The Centre for Information and Social Development of the Municipal Council of Wroclaw (Poland) will develop a new project for seniors, supported by the European Union.
This busy exercise physiologist, professor, and researcher discusses programs he helped create and what compels him to initiate projects in Japan.
Research-driven exercise plan helps frail elderly to live more independently
The 2010 World Day for Physical Activity will be April 6, and festivities will be held in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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