Well-Being for Older Adults phone app flyer with QR code.
This self-directed Walk With Ease (WWE) one-pager explains how you can register, track progress and complete WWE over a time period of six weeks.
This resource highlights requirements for those interested in becoming a leader for Walk With Ease, A Matter of Balance, Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention, and Living Healthy with Chronic Disease Self-Management Education programs.
This resource includes three infographics providing information to help you better understand Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
This toolkit includes everything you need to know to lead the Walk with Ease program both virtually and in person.
This Diversity, Equity and Inclusion resource guide is to support agencies and providers in advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in evidence-based health promotion programs.
This referral handout is a great tool for helping participants and patients find the best evidence-based program for them. Healthy Aging NC helps connect agencies and programs that improve community health.
Finding Your Stride: The Self-Directed Walk With Ease Program
Half of all American adults have one or more preventable chronic diseases. 7/10 chronic disease can be positively influenced by exercise.
Visit this site for family and caregiver resources: help caregivers to protect loved ones from falling, a falls risk self assessment, a home safety checklist, how to prevent falls, and more.