Engaging the Aging: Physical Activity for Older Adults (Webinar)

Engaging the Aging: Physical Activity for Older Adults (Webinar)

Who says things have to slow down as you age? This recorded webinar explores the benefits and key elements of effective physical activity programs for older adults. Strategies for overcoming challenges will also be discussed, as well as key program components and overcoming barriers to physical activity. This webinar is great for program facilitators and those advocating on behalf of older adult physical activity policies. Let's work together to make the later years a new beginning!

Presenter: Clara Fitzgerald, Program Director, Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging

Presenter Biography: Clara Fitzgerald is the Program Director of the Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging (CCAA) as well as a Master Trainer, Research Coordinate and Education Coordinator. The Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging was established in 1989 as a research and community centre, affiliated with the Lawson Research Institute of St. Joseph’s Health Centre and the Faculties of Kinesiology and of Medicine and Dentistry at Western. Its mission is to develop, encourage, and promote an active, healthy lifestyle for Canadian adults that will enhance the dignity of the aging process.

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This webinar is also available as a workshop, Engaging the Aging: Physical Activity for Older Adults.