Health Promotion & Education
Health promotion and education at senior centers
Salt Lake County Aging & Adult Services' Active Aging Program provides many evidence-based classes and workshops that educate older adults on the importance of staying healthy while offering individuals the opportunity to engage in physical activity.
These classes and workshops are provided through a network of 16 County-operated senior centers throughout Salt Lake County.
To participate in most Health Promotion Classes:
- You must be 60 years of age or older
- Or you must be the spouse of someone 60 years of age or older
- Caregiver for someone 60 and older
Other requirements vary depending on the specific activity. Contact the Health Promotion & Education program at (385) 468-3297 for additional details.
Looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? We are recruiting volunteers interested in teaching and leading a variety of programs that help older adults improve their health. Take a look at the programs that we have for volunteers just like you.
Stanford Self-Management (6 Week) Classes:
- Living Well with Chronic Conditions
- Living Well with Diabetes
- Tomando de Su Salud
Stepping On (7 Week) Fall Prevention Program
Walk with Ease (6 Week) Walking Program for people with arthritis
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Erika Thompson at (385) 468-3088 for additional details.
Health Promotion Program Manager:
|Address:||Salt Lake County Aging & Adult Services
Active Aging Program(Health Promotion)
2001 S State St STE S1-600
|Health Educator:||Paige Corley|
|Health Educator:||Erika Thompson|
|Office Coordinator:||Monica Scott|