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Healthy Aging Programs:

Healthy Aging Programs are offered throughout West Michigan to encourage older adults to stay healthy and be active. Classes are open to those ages 60 and over in a fun and relaxed environment. Sessions include physical activity and health education. Click here to watch Healthy Aging classes in action.

A Matter of Balance

an award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels in older adults.

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Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program

The Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program takes place in a warm water pool, which is more comfortable for those with joint pain.

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Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program

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.

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Arthritis Foundation Tai Chi Program

Arthritis Foundation Tai Chi Program® is designed to improve the quality of life for people with arthritis using Sun style Tai Chi, one of the four major recognized styles of Tai Chi.

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EnhanceFitness

EnhanceFitness®, a nationally recognized multi-component community-based physical activity program designed for fit and frail older adults.

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Healthy Eating

This interactive class includes cooking, shopping and exercising.

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Healthy Moves for Aging Well

Healthy Moves for Aging Well is a 12-week, evidence based, in-home exercise program.

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PATH

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.

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3215 Eaglecrest Dr NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Phone: 616-456-5664 or 888-456-5664 • Fax: 616-456-5692
aaainfo@aaawm.org

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