A 2-hour hands-on workshop. All participants will receive a ball with their registration fee. You will learn to include small balls in your functional mobility programs for both high functioning and lower functioning lower adults.
A 3-hour hands-on workshop. All participants will receive a ball in their registration fee and will learn how to include small balls and bands into older adult fitness programs.
Using a combination of lectures, labs, demonstrations, and active participation, participants will gain skills and knowledge in conducting functional fitness assessments of older adult fitness parameters.
In this evidence-based workshop developed in collaboration with the Alzheimer Society of Ontario, participants will learn to maximize functional outcomes in dementia and Alzheimer clients by leading effective exercise programs within a variety of settings.
Developed for adult day centre staff who want to design and deliver safe and effective exercise programs for their clients. Learn important exercise principles and techniques that improve strength, balance, flexibility and posture.
Contribute to decreasing fall rates in seniors by learning to assess functional mobility levels and design, implement and evaluate functional fitness programs for older people.
This 4-hour workshop teaches health promoters to evaluate and identify quality activity programs, and link older adults with these programs in their communities.
On completion of this 6-hour workshop you will be able to offer a community-based exercise program for stroke survivors.
This 6-hour refresher workshop is geared to past Restorative Care participants and anyone interested in the implementation of evidence based Restorative Care Programming in Care facilities.
These half-day workshops, which are a preferred Senior Fitness Instructor renewal requirement, are provided by SFIC Trainers throughout the year at the CCAA and country-wide.