Staying Healthy and Active

The Alliance for Aging wants to help you address your health effectively by providing evidence-based programs that enhance the quality of life.

These programs are delivered at community centers, senior housing facilities, and faith-based organizations at no charge to seniors 60 years and older.

Many of our programs are also available remotely, which means you can take advantage of these programs right from the comfort of your own home.

Our evidence-based programs have been proven to empower older adults to take control of their health. Workshops are offered in English, Spanish, and Creole throughout the year. To learn more about participating in these programs, or to partner with us to bring these programs to your facility, call the Alliance for Aging at 305-670-6500 x 11275 | or click on the program buttons below for more information.

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Diabetes Self-Management

Diabetes Self-Management was developed by Stanford University. This group workshop, facilitated by trained lay leaders, teaches you how to manage Type 2 Diabetes during the six weekly sessions.
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Savvy Caregiver

Savvy Caregiver is an educational program designed for caregivers who assist family members or friends with any form of progressive dementia.
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Living Healthy

Living Healthy was developed by Stanford University. This group workshop is facilitated by trained lay leaders and will help you manage chronic conditions during the six weekly sessions. Each session lasts 2.5 hours.
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Would You Like To Be A Group Leader?

If you are interested in a flexible paid commitment, want to learn more and share information about healthy living, and want to have fun, consider being a group leader for Living Healthy or Diabetes Self-Management programs.
Lay leaders must have good communication and interpersonal skills, enthusiasm, dependability and a willingness to lead small groups of older adults. They will participate in free, comprehensive training to bring this evidence-based curriculum to local participants. For more information or to express interest, contact us at 305-670-6500 x 11275.