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The International Coalition for Aging and Physical Activity (ICAPA) is an international not-for-profit group of researchers and practitioners that promotes the study of active aging; the enhanced delivery of services to older adults; and the collection, dissemination, and discussion of information to help professionals further their work.

If your organization focuses on the study of aging or delivers programs and services to older adults, please consider joining ICAPA. It’s free; there are no dues, but member organizations must be willing to participate in the Active Aging Community Center because the Coalition works through the AACC to accomplish its goals.

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University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Institute of Sport Science and Sport


The Institute of Sport Science and Sport (ISS) of the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen Nuremberg, Germany, is an internationally known competence centre for research and education in the area of physical activity and health.

The ISS is involved in European research efforts to develop an instrument for the assessment of physical activity levels in populations. In cooperation with the EU, the ISS collects and analyses data on physical activity levels in member states. It also collaborates with other groups in developing fall prevention programmes for older people and collects data at the community level on exercise behaviour and projects community needs for sports facilities.


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