In each issue of AAT, you’ll find these features:
- Features present in-depth pieces that cover a wide variety of topics of interest to practitioners.
- Reach shows how practitioners have recruited participants, instructors, and other professionals to be involved in exercise programs.
- Effectiveness highlights programs that have been proven to work, whether in research settings or more large-scale applications.
- Face to Face offers interviews with practitioners, researchers, and older adults about what they do and how their programs operate.
- Special Populations presents programs designed to help people with diseases and disabilities and details special considerations of the population.
- Research to Practice explores how people have translated research into successful community practice.
- World Report discusses initiatives related to aging and physical activity across the globe.
Editor’s Note by Michael E. Rogers, PhD
Active Aging Today combines multimedia elements and practical print information. Could your program or practice be showcased in a multimedia format? Find out how to get involved.