PALS North America

Want to bring the Physical Activity for Lifelong Success (PALS) program to your state?

Let us help you become a PALS license holder!
 
Help sedentary older adults change their behavior to become more active and reach Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans (including cardiovascular, strength, balance, and flexibility exercises!) PALS uses the self-regulation theory to engage older adults to become more active. Participants learn functional exercises selected specifically for older adults. They set short and long-term goals, track activity, and engage with social support in a group atmosphere. Leaders engage participants in promoting motivators, identifying barriers, and problem solving to overcome barriers. 

 

View The PALS Licensee Webinar to learn about becoming a PALS License Holder:

 

 Learn more about the PALS program and what it takes to put on the program by downloading the Implementation Guide

 

PALS Support Team

Interested in bringing PALS to your state?  Contact us!  We'd be glad to help. 

 

  Erin Eggert

  PALS Faculty Trainer

  erin.eggert@wihealthyaging.org

Karen Beck

Director of Administration

Karen.Beck@wihealthyaging.org