Health education for a safer, active lifestyle for seniors.
Managing Concerns About Falls
This fall prevention program was developed by Boston University as a way to help people prevent falls.
- Facts about falls
- Evaluating concerns about falling
- Exercising & fall prevention
- Improving balance
- Recognizing fall hazards
The program offers fall prevention strategies and suggests changes in daily life that can help reduce the fear of falling.
Beneficial for people who have fallen, have a fear of falling, and those who want to learn to manage fall concerns.
Fresh Conversations is a free nutrition program that meets once each month for 30-45 minutes to talk about food and staying healthy.
This program is led by a registered dietitian. Participants receive a sample of an easy-to-make recipe, a nutrition newsletter, and great group conversation!
Fresh Conversations is open to individuals 60+, and typically ranges between six and ten months in length.
Presentations on Nutrition
Our registered dietician is a reliable source for nutrition and healthy aging information!
- Are you interested in learning more about nutrients that become more
important as we age?
- Are you curious how to eat healthy on a budget?
- Have you wondered how much exercise is recommended as we age?
Find out during a presentation! They can range from 15 minutes to an hour in length.
Stay Active & Independent for Life (SAIL)
This evidence based program focuses on exercise and fall prevention to increase your strength, balance and fitness. Meets two or three times each week for one hour. Exercise can be done seated or standing.