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Elderly are at high risk for falling. Other factors that may cause a fall are peripheral neuropathy, vision problems, pain, and leg weakness. The best way to prevent a fall is to perform exercises to strengthen your balance reactions and to strengthen the legs. This routine will help to strengthen all of the areas of the body and are essential for maintaining balance.

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Chair Dance Fitness Aerobics 4 Seniors Baby Boomers & Anyone Else Who Needs To Sit, and Get Fit is a low impact seated dance exercise workout. It is full of fun, energy, safe and effective dance and aerobic moves. This workout will enhance your cardio vascular system, burn fat, calories, help with stability and more. You will have so much fun that you will forget that you are exercising.

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People are living longer and they desire to live as independently as possible in their senior years. But, independent lifestyles come with risks, such as debilitating falls and deteriorating health resulting from inadequate care. To address these issues, researchers are developing “smart home” technologies to enhance the safety of residents and monitor their health conditions using sensors and other devices

The unobtrusive monitoring of individuals with in-home sensors offers enormous potential for detecting early health problems–before they become big problems–so timely interventions can be provided to improve the health trajectory. The result is continued high functional ability, independence and better health outcomes. Early detection of health changes is the key to this approach.

This project leverages ongoing work at the University of Missouri in Health Alert Systems with sensor technology. The Health Alert System is being tested in senior housing in Columbia, Mo., (with partner, Americare) and Cedar Falls, Iowa, (with partner, Western Home Communities), using motion sensors for activity monitoring, webcam silhouette images and Kinect depth images for gait analysis, vision and acoustic sensing for fall detection, and a new hydraulic bed sensor that captures quantitative pulse, respiration and restlessness. Pattern recognition algorithms are used to look for changes in the sensor data patterns and generate health alerts to clinicians, who provide further diagnosis and determine appropriate interventions.

The usability and effectiveness of the Health Alert System are being evaluated for managing chronic health conditions. Testing the Health Alert System at a remote site from the healthcare providers will provide important information about how the approach scales up into other settings. This will provide an important next step towards moving the approach into independent housing where seniors want to be, and offers significant potential healthcare cost savings.

The research will impact the health care and quality of life for older adults. New approaches will assist health care providers to identify potential health problems early, offering a model for eldercare technology that keeps seniors independent while reducing health care costs. The project will train the next generation of researchers to handle real, cyber-physical systems. Students will be mentored by an interdisciplinary team, and research outcomes will be integrated into the classroom.

The research in this episode was funded by NSF through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

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♥ Yoga is a great workout for all age groups. As you age gracefully, it’s important for you to continue to strengthen your bones, muscles and also work on your balance. Watch this video. =)
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Do you have trouble with standing exercises to strengthen your legs? If so, this exercise video is for you!

In this video, we go through a seated leg strengthening exercises to help get your legs stronger!

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As we age, physical activity helps us attain our goals, maintain our functioning and promote comfort. In addition, routine exercise can help reduce arthritis pain, improve mood, sleep and blood sugar control, as well as affect memory.

This video includes both balance and strengthening exercises, which can prevent falls and hip fractures. This video is appropriate for those older adults who cannot stand or who need support when standing.

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Balance Exercises for Seniors. Improve your balance, get stronger and prevent falls.

10 minutes of easy to follow, balance exercises for seniors!

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