Tips to help older adults stay physically active
Seminar will shed light on how supportive environments can help
From the University of Manitoba’s Centre on Aging:
As the Centre on Aging celebrates its 35th year at the University of Manitoba, we will be bringing our research affiliates into the community to share their research. Join us for our research seminars at the Millennium Library downtown. All seminars will start at noon and all are welcome to attend.
Note: Due to the room size, seating is first come, first serve.
Join us for our final research seminar of the year
Tuesday, April 10
Millennium Library (Anhang Room) | 251 Donald Street
Tips to help older adults stay physically active: How supportive environments can help
Elizabeth Ready, PhD
Professor, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management
Older adults have much to gain from being physically active, yet they face increasing challenges with age (e.g., health issues, safety, transportation). Healthy aging is enhanced both by building physical and mental capacity, and by seeking environments that support healthy choices. This presentation will highlight ways that older adults can use physical activity to enhance their capacity. It will also examine how age-friendly communities support and enable people to age actively, and thus help to keep us healthy and fit.