Agenda

The exhibit hall opens at 11:30am filled with booths to help you learn more about Active Aging in the Valley. Additionally, we have a day packed with informational and educational workshops.

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Directions and Parking

The best parking is at the Campus Center Garage. Parking in the garage is FREE!

Easiest access from the garage to the Campus Center is from parking level 2, which is where the handicapped spots are located as well. There is not an elevator in the garage.

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Exhibitors

Click here for a full list of our exhibitors, available in the Exhibit hall from 11:30am to 4:30pm.

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Sessions

The latest sessions added to our lineup!

Resistance, Balance and Back Care

Posted by Lois Dolley on Oct 6, 2016

Learn hands-on techniques that you can do yourself to manage and prevent low back and balance challenges for everyday life. Presented by: Tom St. Laurent

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Maintaining Balance as We Age

Posted by Lois Dolley on Sep 29, 2016

Learn how balance naturally changes as we age.  Learn ways to improve balance and reduce the risk of falls as well as what can be done to slow the body’s natural course and enjoy a healthier and more active retirement. Presented By: Beth...

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Fitness on a fixed income

Posted by Lois Dolley on Sep 26, 2016

One of the biggest myths about exercise is that it has to cost you to be worth it.  This workshop will help you design and exercise program for yourself that is free!!! Presented by: Judi...

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Exercise as Medicine: Cardio-Metabolic Health in Older Adults

Posted by Lois Dolley on Sep 26, 2016

Come and hear about the importance of physical activity on all aspects of health as you age. Improve and maintain your cardio-metabolic health with a variety of activities at your level of fitness. Presented by: Stuart...

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Healthy Aging for Women

Posted by Lois Dolley on Sep 23, 2016

Women face different issues with aging than men. It is important to consider the implications of these differences on strategies to reduce disease risk as we age. This workshop will focus on female-specific factors that influence cardiovascular disease risk and how we...

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Supporting Pelvic Health As We Age

Posted by Lois Dolley on Sep 20, 2016

Muscles contained in the pelvic floor are responsible for control of urination/defecation/sexual health/support of our organs and a large component of core stability. If they are weak or in spasm they can effect these functions. The lecture will clarify the function...

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