Matching articles for Programming - Active Aging: 9
Feature Article - January 2017
There’s been a wave of facilities and programs designed to suit the needs of older adults who want to stay active beyond their middle years. This story takes a look at how things are shaping up for facilities looking to meet the needs of this audience.
Web Exclusive - November 2015
Whether it's designed for active agers or bored teens, programming that is meant for a specific age group is an important part of a facility's lineup.
Web Exclusive - May 2015
By 2017, one of every two people in the United States will be older than 50, and recreation, sports and fitness facilities are adapting to meet the changing needs of this aging population.
Web Exclusive - February 2015
Just because we get older, that doesn't mean we need to get less fit and less healthy. For those who learn to swim, the water offers the perfect venue for maintaining fitness and health, while reducing stress.
Feature Article - May 2014
By definition, multipurpose facilities must provide many opportunities for a diverse audience. The most successful begin with smart design strategies that take these myriad needs into account.
Before You Go - January 2014
The 2013 ICAA Innovators Achievement Award, established in 2003, highlights creativity and excellence in active aging, and recognizes programs that are leading the way, setting new standards and making a difference in the lives of older adults.
Guest Column - October 2012
The demographic shift occurring as the population of active agers expands means you need to change up your fitness offerings or be left behind.
Facility Profile - February 2012
Searching for a way to bring color to the lives of seniors in this facility, one clever program director turned to a creative solution.
Before You Go - July 2010
Nestled at the highest point in Central Park in Grand Prairie, Texas, is a brand new, $23 million recreation facility—just for people ages 50 and older.