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Published on Aug 18, 2014
As people age and want to maintain their independence, healthy aging programs offer multiple benefits – from improving strength and reducing falls to understanding what foods are healthy for you and learning how to better manage your chronic diseases. In this video, Dale Mitchell, executive director of Ethos, and Garry Sanon, Fit-4-Life program coordinator for Kit Clark Senior Services, explain how these programs also help people manage the challenges associated with aging alongside their peers and build new relationships that last beyond the time span of a particular class.