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We can connect you to resources such as in-home care for you or a loved one and determine if you qualify for Medicaid or other benefits, senior housing, transportation and more.Let us help you make an informed choice about available long term service and support options.To view venues and timetables for our current list of classes please click here In addition to the Young At Heart Keep Fit Club classes, your expert health and fitness professionals Ty Paul and Gav O’Brien offer one-on-one personal training as well as small groups of up to six people.For more information please click the button below.Are you helping someone with a disability find suitable housing? Community Living Connections can connect you with help for your current or future needs.Community Living Connections is an extensive network of community partners who reflect the cultural and ethnic diversity of the people we serve.For some people, growing older signifies retirement and a general slower pace of life, and sadly becoming less active.As personal trainers, we believe the contrary, that as you grow older you should become more active daily.
FACT: Regular exercise that focuses on building strength and endurance prevents loss of bone mass and improves flexibility and balance actually reduces the risk of injury through trips and falls.Fact: Exercising at home is great but exercising with others can be more motivating and fun.Across the UK there are plenty of organisations of all shapes and sizes offering an amazing range of exercise classes, Age UK for an example of a national charity offers classes, and the Young At Heart Keep Fit Club offers classes in Hove, Portslade, Lancing and Shoreham by Sea for older adults aged 60 and above. You can find exercise classes for older adults of every fitness level including those who have never exercised before.We can offer short-term assistance while more permanent care is arranged.Call 206-436-2975 Monday - Friday am to pm Or email us by clicking here Are you an older adult needing transportation?
There are many benefits for older adults; regular exercise can increase your energy levels, maintain independent living as well as better management illness, age related conditions or pain an even reverse some of the symptoms of aging such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol.