Digital Education Series

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Building Mobility & Confidence from the Ground Up

According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, mobility is the fastest-growing disability with 40% of people ages 65 and older having difficulty walking or climbing stairs. Losing mobility means independence withers away while the risk of falling grows. Discover why unlocking joint function is the key to regaining strength and balance.

In this webinar, we will explore strategies that include simple exercises, breathing techniques and positive intentions that support greater mobility and confidence. Attendees will walk away with actionable steps to help older adults build stronger physical, mental and emotional capabilities to move, feel and live better.

This webinar also includes 1.0 Nursing Contact Hour, 1.0 Physical Therapy Contact Hour, 1.0 Occupational Therapy Contact Hour and 1.0 complimentary Administrator CEU approved by the NAB. If you would like to receive credit, please register each individual person attending the webinar. If someone else on your team would like to join, feel free to forward this invitation.

September

18

Wednesday, September 18

1:00 – 2:15 pm CT

Presenter:

Cate Reade, MS, RD

Certified Senior Fitness Specialist

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