Active Aging Day
September 25, 2018
55+ Open House & New Evening Activities
Discover active aging to stay independent and able to do the things you love. Whether you’re 55 or 85, ready to try new activities or adapting to health challenges, there is something for you.
Details to be announced. Activities may include:
- Expert Keynote and health talks
- Testing, such as hearing screening
- Group exercise classes
- Stretch breaks with a Wellness Consultant
- ALCOA-MB Activity area, including a mix of activity demos
- Inspiring Active Aging Ambassadors
- Farmers’ Market
- Live music
- Display & exhibit area
- Rehabilitation & Sports Injury Clinic Area:
featuring an opportunity to meet therapists, additional testing, exercise demos and more
About Active Aging
With the growing population of adults 55+ comes growing concerns about quality of life in later years. An active lifestyle can help to prevent or manage many chronic conditions.
Much of the stiffness, pain and injury that we often associate with aging can be improved with activity. Improvements in mobility can help with day-to-day activities and prevent falls, which can lead to disability.
Inspired by the International Council on Active Aging’s Active Aging Week, this event aims to help anyone 55+ find the right activities and support to live a healthy lifestyle so they can extend their years of ability and independence. The event is just one way the Wellness Institute supports active aging and community health.
If you are interested in supporting events like this one at the Wellness Institute, you can give a charitable donation to the Wellness Future Fund.