Walking difficulty is a common and costly problem in older adults.
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1. National Council on Aging (NCOA): The NCOA reviews and certifies programs as Evidence-Based, given they meet the rigorous scientific requirements. Below, you can find information about what Evidence-Based Program are and how to implement these programs at your center.
2. Administration of Community Living (ACL): The ACL ensures that resources are available to allow people to live within the community, regardless of age or disability, instead of institutions. They partner with the NCOA to ensure that high-quality community-based programs are widely available for older adults.
- Evidence-Based Programs & Title III-D Funding: Information and FAQ ›
- See ‘Useful Webinars’ on Evidence-Based Programs and Title III-D Funding
- Toolkit for Implementing Evidence-Based Programs ›
3. Older Americans Act (OAA): The OAA, originally enacted in 1965, is the public policy legislation that provides the Title III-D funding to sustain high-quality community-based programs, to facilitate independence for older adults living in the community.
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On the Move: Group Exercise for Improved Mobility in Older Adults®
University of Pittsburgh
Department of Physical Therapy
Bridgeside Pointe 1
100 Technology Drive – Suite 210
Pittsburgh, PA 15219