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NCHPAD - Building Healthy Inclusive Communities

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NCHPAD NEWS: September 2018

Volume 18, Issue 9

A monthly publication of NCHPAD - the NATIONAL CENTER on HEALTH, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY and DISABILITY http://www.nchpad.org.

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Letter from the Editor:

Disability & Aging: Promoting Physical Activity for Older Adults

Educators: Making the Case for School Walking Programs

Fitness, Sport, & Rec: Fitness Center Walkability

Public Health: So You Want to Conduct a Walkability Assessment?

Health Care: Promoting Walkable Tips to Your Patients

From the Information Specialists' Desks: Updates & Upcoming Events


Letter from the Editor:

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Disability & Aging: Promoting Physical Activity for Older Adults

The importance of promoting walkability increases with older adults.

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Educators: Making the Case for School Walking Programs

Walking is an easy way to start and maintain a physically active lifestyle, and walkable communities make it easier for people of all ages and abilities to be active.  Walking can be incorporated into school activities such as physical education, recess, after-school activity programs, and physical activity breaks.  Schools can encourage walking by promoting safe routes for students to walk to and from school.  Read this article to learn about resources to promote walking in schools.

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Fitness, Sport, & Rec: Fitness Center Walkability

Walkability goes beyond street safety and sidewalk access.  It should also support fitness centers.

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Public Health: So You Want to Conduct a Walkability Assessment?

The first step to creating a more walkable community is to conduct a survey.

To learn how, please click here.


Health Care: Promoting Walkable Tips to Your Patients

Educating health care professionals to the needs of individuals with disabilities is critical to reducing disparities. This article focuses on promoting physical activity among patients via walkable communities.

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From the Information Specialists' Desks: Updates & Upcoming Events


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