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A Matter of Balance is a community class specifically designed to reduce fear of falling, stop the fear-of-falling cycle, and improve activity levels among community-dwelling older adults. The program includes eight two-hour classes presented by trained coaches using an extensively detailed training manual and two instructional videos. To enroll in the class, complete the A Matter of Balance application - Participant Application (.pdf).
Bingocize is an evidenced based program created by Western Kentucky University to provide a stimulating and fun way to improve your physical and mental health as well as learning helpful falls prevention tips. It is a strategic combination of exercise and bingo with some important health information presented during the game. You attend two sessions per week for 10 weeks. Each session is led by a trained facilitator and takes about 45 minutes to an hour to complete - but it goes by fast, because you are having so much fun playing Bingo and winning prizes.
This exercise program is a progressive weight training and balance improvement program designed for older adults
OFA Tai Chi classes are conducted by certified instructors and are open to any suitable person as specified below, provided they are medically fit to attend the class. This can be in the form of a prescription or doctor’s/healthcare provider’s note. Participants must present this at the first class. In terms of physical exertion, the Tai Chi exercises in this class would be similar to walking. Tai Chi classes usually last for one hour. Classes are one hour in length, with periods of rest as needed. In terms of physical exertion, the Tai Chi exercises in this class would be similar to walking. Participants will be encouraged to work within their own comfort zones at all times. They will perform gentle warm up exercises at the beginning of the class and cool-down exercises at the end.
Office for the Aging volunteers are needed for a variety of purposes:
Whether you can volunteer every day or only once in a while, OFA has a volunteer opportunity for you.