Active Ageing SA Inc

Acronym: 
AASA

- Information dissemination on active recreation for older people - including a telephone 'hotline'- Home Activity Monitoring project (HAMP), gentle home-based exercise program with telephone support- Easy Moves for Active Ageing - a training program for aged care workers to assist in the maintenance of function and the reduction in the rate of decline of people as they age. Training courses are conducted in metropolitan and regional areas of Australia- Tai Chi Chair and Tai Chi and Qigong for Dementia leader training- Falls prevention information including No Fall Exercise leader training- Seminars promoting healthy/active ageing

Contact
Contact name: 
Tracey Gerhardy
Program Manager
Phone 1: 
(08) 8232 9077
Fax: 
(08) 8223 9020
Address
Postal Address: 
State Association House
73 Wakefield St
ADELAIDE
5000
Access
Access facilities: 
Wheelchair access, accessible toilets, signposting
Opening hours: 
9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday
Disabilities: 
All disabilities
Activities: 
Program Development, Product Delivery, Education & Training Services, Information & Communication Services
Service details
Fees: 
Nil/nominal for public activities, 2 categories membership (individual/corporate
Area: 
South Australia, Adelaide
Clients: 
People over 50years of age, Health Professionals & organisations - aged care, health promotion, recreation/active ageing
Funding: 
State&Federal Gov for projects(Office for Recreation&Sport,SA Health,Depof Health and Ageing), courses, membership
Publications: 
Newsletter 'Taking Action' (for health professionals) activity brochures
Resources: 
Information service, leadership training

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