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UPCOMING EVENTS:

Save the Date –

Tuesday, August 27th

Building a Better You… A free Fall
Prevention Event at UW Fox Valley

Join Us to Hear Compelling Speakers. Visit the Screening & Awareness Booths – Receive Practical Tips. Plan to Try Tai Chi!

FEATURED CLASSES:

Aqua Zumba
Come have fun with Zumba in the pool. This is s shallow water class so all are welcome to participate. Learn more…

Tai Chi for Beginners
This program is suitable for every fitness level. Research shows that Tai Chi participants show improvement in pain, fatigue, stiffness and well-being! Learn more…

A FEW KEY STATISTICS

A progressive loss of muscle mass occurs starting at age 40 and loss can continue to increase each decade.

3 out of 4 adults who are hospitalized after a fall either die or require long term care.

The top 5 causes of falls in the Fox Valley include: tripping/stumbling, falling from a chair, falling down steps, falling from a height (off of a roof/object), and falling off of ladders.

FROM
OUR BLOG

Best Kept Secret

Have you heard of the Aging and Disability Resource Center and all they have to offer? No?  Know someone who can use assistance in their home?  Just turn 65 or will be soon and want to know more about Medicare?  Know someone that has a disability struggling to find...

Home Safety Tips

Home safety is a topic that goes far beyond grab bars in the bathroom. I help seniors and their families discover new and helpful ways that enable loved ones to live safely and happily in their homes. Some advice is so simple, it’s surprising. But if a person has been...

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Go4Life

An exercise and physical activity campaign from NIH

Checklist for Fall Prevention

A Home Fall Prevention Checklist for Older Adults

Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging

To help the state’s citizens live healthier lives through evidence-based prevention programs.

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