Healthy Aging Programs in Grand Rapids, MI
Healthy Aging Programs
Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan serves the community through a variety of helpful programs and services. We are dedicated to helping older adults stay active, flexible and fit at any stage of life.
Our Healthy Aging Programs
Regular physical exercise is essential in helping to prevent injuries, remain fit, and improve overall well-being. Designed for those aged 60 and older, our classes are both fun and engaging. These classes give you an opportunity to protect and preserve your health without having to go to a crowded gym.
Classes We Offer
We offer a wide-range of programs that fit a variety of needs. Our Matter of Balance Class, for instance, can help you learn how to improve your balance and prevent falls. This is specifically for people who have experienced falls or those who have a fear of falling. Our Enhance Fitness for Senior Class, on the other hand, is a little more physical and interactive and helps to promote strength training, flexibility, balance, and aerobics. Even though it’s more physically active, this class is suitable for both the amateur and the experienced, as the exercises can be modified to fit your level of capability.
Other classes include The Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program, Tai Chi Program, Aquatic Program, and Walk with Ease. We also offer Personal Action Towards Health (PATH) classes that focus on helping people with diabetes, heart conditions, asthma, HIV, and other chronic diseases.
Signing Up for Classes
If you’re interested in signing up for a class, select the class link for more information. You will then have the opportunity to search for classes near you. Contact information, times, dates, and locations will be provided. You can also feel free to email us directly at email@example.com.
Call Us Today!
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an award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels in older adults.
The Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program uses gentle activities to help increase joint flexibility, range of motion and maintain muscle strength. While the program is designed specifically for those with arthritis, anyone can participate.
EnhanceFitness®, a nationally recognized multi-component community-based physical activity program designed for fit and frail older adults.
P.A.T.H. (Personal Action Towards Health) Chronic Disease Self-Management--state supported program designed to help participants gain confidence in their ability to control symptoms and find new ways to reduce the negative effects their health problems have on their lives.
Tai Chi is proven to reduce pain and improve mental well-being.
The Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program takes place in a warm water pool, which is more comfortable for those with joint pain.
The Arthritis Foundation Walk with Ease program is a walking program designed specifically for those with Arthritis
Diabetes PATH helps older adults learn to manage their Diabetes and take control of their life.