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FallProof™ Balance & Mobility Training
Offered: Class meets 2 times per week, for 12 weeks
Description: A 12-week progressive program designed to address the multiple dimensions that contribute to balance & mobility. Benefits may include: pre-assessment for balance impairments, improved seated & standing posture, improved walking ability, strategies that will help improve the ability to recover from a loss of balance, increased confidence and reduced fear of falling, improved performance of activities of daily living, and post-assessment. This is a structured group exercise class led by one of Nebraska’s only certified FallProof™ instructors!
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More information on FallProof™
FallProof™ was recognized in 2003 by the National Council on Aging as one of seven exemplary model programs in the U.S. promoting healthy aging and improved quality of life. This program is based on a model developed and validated at the Center for Successful Aging, Cal State University, Fullerton.
The March 2015 Live Well section in the Omaha World-Herald newspaper featured an article about our FallProof™ class, and the importance of fall prevention in older adults! Click on the link below, to read the article and to view a short video clip!
“How older adults can avoid deadly falls, improve balance” by: Katy Glover / World-Herald staff writer
National Diabetes Prevention Program
Offered: Weekly for the first 16 weeks, then monthly for 8 months
Description: A one-year evidence-based program designed to help you make lifestyle changes, to improve your overall health and reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. By improving food choices and increasing physical activity, you can lose 5-7% of your body weight. If you have pre-diabetes, these lifestyle changes can reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes by more than 50% (71% in people over 60). Now is the time to take charge of your health!
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