Healthy aging starts with you!
Sixty & Better offers FREE programs to help you learn simple ways to stay active, healthy and in control of your life. Choose from any of the following proven programs:
A Matter of Balance
In this highly interactive workshop, participants learn practical strategies to feel more confident about managing falls, learn ways to reduce falls and improve your strength and balance. The workshops are conducted over eight sessions, meeting weekly or twice weekly for two hours each session. Workshops are held at various Activity Centers and other community locations.
Health for Me
Take charge of chronic conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes or arthritis, by discovering ways to better manage ongoing needs. Through Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program called Health for Me, participants learn healthy food choices, effective communication with health providers and other self-management skills. The workshops are held over six sessions, meeting weekly for two to two-and-a-half hours per session. Workshops are held at various Activity Centers and other community locations.
“I’m watching my fat intake and my carbs. I’m getting better sleep. I’m changing the way I observe my diabetes. All in all, I’ve changed for the better concerning my diabetes.” Margaret, age 86
“I will exercise more, organize my apartment, eat better and take my life back.”
Marilyn, age 62
“Your balance class was very helpful and encouraged me on the importance of consistent exercising to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Keep up the good work!”
David, age 78
Contact Us to:
- Attend a free workshop and learn simple ways to stay active, healthy and in control of your life
- Host a workshop at your agency, workplace or community
- Join the team as a volunteer group leader
- Sponsor a training through your organization to train staff as group leaders
For more information on upcoming trainings and sponsorship opportunities, contact Christina Bartha, Program Manager, at 817-413-4949 ext. 226 or email@example.com.