A free online healthy lifestyle program is now available for people aged 60 years and over, and Aboriginal people aged 45 years and over, living in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD).
This free NSW Health initiative is designed for people who are living at home and who wish to increase their confidence, knowledge and skills to lead an active and healthy lifestyle.
Each program runs for 10 weeks during the NSW school terms.
The next program begins on Monday, July 12 and registrations are open now.
The program includes access to 10 self-directed online modules on healthy lifestyle topics and a home exercise program.
Participants will also receive a weekly phone call from a trained phone coach at a time that suits them.
"This is a great opportunity to get active and learn about healthy lifestyle habits from the comfort of your own home, and with advice from trained coaches at a time that suits you," Carly Barnes, MLHD Active Ageing Health Promotion Officer said.
"I would encourage anyone thinking about becoming more active and healthy to sign up."
For further information or to book for the program, please visit https://www.activeandhealthy.nsw.gov.au/home/healthy-and-active-for-life-online/