Welcome to Active Aging Coalition


This site provides information for seniors, their families, and other senior advocates about local resources that support senior living and opportunities for community involvement across the ages.

We meet at Meadowood in the Terrace Room that is located at 2455 N Tamarack Trail, Bloomington, IN 47408. If you need assistance please let us know via email at ActiveAgingCoalition@Gmail.com. 

Meetings are free and open to the public.

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of the Monroe County School Corporation. 

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We meet the third Thursday of the month at Meadowood Terrace Room.

11:30 Lunch (compliments of Meadowood)

12:00 Welcome, Guest Presentation, Announcements

1:00 Meeting Adjourned

Our next meeting

Thursday, October 18th, 2018

Dr. Rob Stone
Palliative Care and Advance Directives

Broadcasts of AAC Meetings

Sometimes our meetings are recorded by Bloomington's Community Access Television. It usually takes about two weeks to edit and post these broadcasts on their Library Channel. If a presentation has been recorded, it will be noted at the bottom of the presentation summary. Please check their schedule for days and times of broadcasts.

September 2018

Kris Campbell, Area 10 Endright Center Health & Wellness Coordinator
A Matter of Balance

When you have good balance, you improve your mobility and prevent falls.  Balance declines with age, reaction time slows and there are more low blood pressure and inner ear problems.  There are also muscle weaknesses, joint problems and lack of flexibility.  If you don't use it, you lose it!!!

Flexibility classes give you a slow progression of skills and challenges.  You warm up in a chair with things like neck and shoulder rolls, elbow, wrist and waist twists, side to side hip movements and knee, ankle and toe rotations.

You proceed to mini squats, getting up without using arms, ham string curls, hand/eye coordination, stretching with bands, eye exercises, walking a line and trying to gradually not hold on to the chair, Finally, you learn to get off the floor slowly and safely.

Besides flexibility classes, the Endright Center offers yoga, zumba and low impact dancing.

Thanks to Kris Campbell and thank you to everyone that attended!  We had 45 attendees this month!  See you October 18th!

Recorded by CATS on September 20th, 2018

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