March 02, 2015

Resources for wellbeing

These resources are available for loan to members of AANSW - if you would like to reserve them please email the Library on nsw.library@alzheimers.org.au

Walk for life : a peer supported exercise group model
The Walk for Life program involved people with dementia, volunteers (some of whom have dementia) and others taking part in walking groups.
This document describes al the steps involved in organising a walking group – it includes a project plan; flow charts of recruitment of participants ; evaluation framework; pre program survey; medical clearance ; fridge reminders ; walking diaries; physical activity diary; training ; peer support training ; procedures ; walking safety audit; attendance sheet ; emergency contacts summary; pre and post fitness measures ; mid and end program cluster group questions. This would be a very useful tool in developing your own walking group or a similar type of group.

Chair yoga : seated exercises for health and wellbeing [DVD]
Chair yoga is a revolutionary concept designed to make the numerous benefits of classical yoga available to a wider range of physical abilities. This step-by-step program can be practiced by virtually anyone, anywhere, in any chair, to stimulate physical and mental well-being. This fully illustrated guide contains ninety easy-to-master exercises that have been specially developed for those with a limited range of movement.

Nutrition for life 12 steps to healthy eating [DVD]
Catherine Saxelby
Contents: 1 forget dieting – eat for life! --  2 listen to your stomach --  3 practise mindful eating --  4 love those vegetables and snack on fruit --  5 keep hydrated --  6 focus on the good fats --  8 eat smart carbohydrates --  9 watch the sugar -- 10 watch the salt --  11 use the 90/10 rule --  12 think positive





 
 

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