ONSITE SAIL PROGRAM
Do you have 20 or more people that are interested in attending an onsite SAIL Program Leader training?
Then consider hosting an onsite SAIL Program Leader training!
Onsite SAIL Program Leader Training
Do you have 20 or more persons that are interested in attending an onsite SAIL Program Leader training?
Then consider hosting an onsite SAIL Program Leader training! This one-day, onsite class is available to everyone who is interested in learning more about the SAIL Program. The onsite class is especially appropriate for organizations that intend to establish and disseminate SAIL Programs in their geographic region. A certificate of completion is provided for everyone who attends the class.
The host site is responsible for providing the physical space for the training. The host also coordinates all marketing and registration for attendees. SAIL Seminars provides the instructor, all training materials, and pays for all travel costs for the instructor.
Students who successfully complete the one-day onsite class receive a certificate of completion for 8 hours of continuing education through SAIL Seminars.
Discuss the magnitude of the problem of older adults who fall, and identify key factors in older adults that increase their risk of falling.
List four primary fall prevention strategies recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Discuss the evidence in current research studies that identifies exercise programs as a key fall prevention intervention.
Describe how “SAIL: An Information Guide for Adults 65+” is used in the SAIL program.
List the six components of the SAIL Strength, Balance, and Fitness Class, and state the mandatory exercises in each of the exercise components.
List the three assessments that make up the Fitness Checks, and discuss why periodic Fitness Check testing is important.
State how the title, “Stay Active and Independent for Life,” was chosen and the three key messages that attract older adults to the SAIL program.