Healthy Living Classes
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Are you looking for tools to help you live and age well?
Healthy Living classes focus on managing one’s personal health, staying fit, and maintaining and improving your quality of life.
PCOA offers several evidence-based personal health promotion programs for adults 60 years and older.
Healthy Living Programs include EnhanceFitness, A Matter of Balance, Healthy Living with Ongoing Health Conditions, Healthy Living with Diabetes, and Healthy Living with Chronic Pain:
One-hour sessions held three times per week focused on increasing your strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility. Level 1 classes are done seated; Level 2 classes are standing. Fitness Check assessments are conducted for each new participant attending the EnhanceFitness Program and again after 4 months, then again at 12 months, to measure individual progress. EnhanceFitness classes are ongoing. You are welcome to visit the site you are interested in attending. For further information, call the PCOA Health Promotion Dept. at (520) 305-3410.
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A Matter of Balance
In eight, two-hour sessions you can learn environmental and behavioral changes that can reduce your chances of having a severe fall.
Healthy Living with Ongoing Health Conditions
Over the course of six, two-and-a-half hour workshops you will learn practical skills that can assist you in the confidence and motivation you need to manage the daily challenges of living with chronic health conditions.
Healthy Living with Diabetes
Over the course of six, two-and-a-half hour workshops you will learn practical techniques to assist individuals and their caregivers who live with the daily challenges of type two diabetes.
Healthy Living with Chronic Pain
Over the course of six, two-and-a-half hour workshops you will learn the strategies for dealing with a diagnosis of primary or secondary chronic pain. These classes are open to you or a caregiver.
If you have a fear of falling, struggle with your balance, have hypertension, diabetes, or other ongoing conditions, you can take control of your health and improve your quality of life!
We request modest donations for many of these programs. Pre-registration for all classes is required. Please contact us before registering online due to space limitations.
For more information, call 520-305-3410 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.