2019 Instructor Training Grants Grantee Kick-Off The Presentation

2019 Instructor Training Grants Grantee Kick-Off The Presentation

2019 Instructor Training Grants Grantee Kick-Off The Presentation will begin shortly. Todays speakers: Todays speakers: Lesha Spencer-Brown NRPA Program Manager Colleen Pittard

NRPA Program Manager Tori Decea NRPA Program Specialist Agenda Welcome Overview of Grant Expectations: Grant requirements/provisions

Instructor trainings Participant materials/equipment Reporting Data collection and bi-annual survey Marketing and Promotions Marketing Toolkit Grantees Resource Page https://learning.nrpa.org/healthy-aging-in-parks NRPA Connect Networking Group

Next Steps Identify instructors complete survey by 1/31/19 Instructor webinars - February 13th Technical Assistance Calls How Do You Promote Healthy Aging in Parks? Contest Mental Health Survey Rural Learning Collaborative Q&A Grant Objective

To expand the availability of evidence-based physical activity programs in local park and recreation agencies Grant Expectations Grant Requirements Reach 60-100 participants by November 2019 Complete bi-annual survey March and October 2019 Provide photos and participant stories

Grant Provisions Instructor trainings- to be completed via online format Participant materials/equipment Agency Reporting March and October 2019 Online survey template provided by NRPA Program Information: Number of sessions implemented or intended to implement

Total number of participants engaged (including demographics and types of chronic diseases) Successes and challenges Success stories and photos Resources Marketing Toolkit Best Practices Guides Grantee Resource Page

https://learning.nrpa.org/healthy-aging-in-parks NRPA Connect Forum Ongoing Technical Assistance Active Living Every Day Program Designed for sedentary people not currently active Class Format: 12 week-program 1 hour class per week

Requires participant book Provided by NRPA Fit & Strong! Program Designed for persons with lower extremity pain and stiffness Class Format: 8 weeks, 3 das per week, 90 minute classes 12 week-program, 2 days per week, 90

minute classes 60 minutes of physical activity and 30 minutes group discussion Requires Participant book Adjustable ankle cuff weight and resistance band - provided by NRPA Walk With Ease Program Low-impact walking program Class format:

6-week program 1 hour classes, 3x/week Available in Spanish Participant book required Provided by NRPA Next Steps January-March 2019: Identify instructors Provide program start dates/marketing samples

Mailing of program materials based on start dates provided Instructors to complete online trainings by March 31st February 13th - Instructor Training Webinars: Walk With Ease - 1:30 -2:00 ET Active Living Every Day - 2:15 2:45 ET Fit & Strong! - 3:00-3:30 ET Next Steps February-November:

Mailing of program materials Program Implementation Attend TA calls Submit entries for monthly success story contest

Administer Mental Health Survey Participate in Rural Learning Collaborative- selected rural agencies** Complete bi-annual survey reporting Technical Assistance Calls Call #1- Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 2pm-3pm ET Call #2- Wednesday, July 16, 2019, 2pm-3pm ET Call #3- Wednesday, October 15, 2019, 2pm-3pm ET ** Will include presentations from grantees. Let us know if you are interested in sharing your experiences!

How Do You Promote Healthy Aging in Parks? Between February-November 2019 submit a 300-500 words success story and photo(s) Prize: $100 visa gift card to support your program Rules of Submission: A success story can feature single or multiple participants, and must be accompanied by one or more photos that show older adults actively engaging in physical activity Max of 3 submissions per agency per month

Contest Page: http://www.nrpa.org/our-work/partnerships/initiatives/healthy-aging-in-parks/evidence-bas ed-interventions/healthy-aging-in-parks-photo-contest/ Mental Health Survey Background Timeline Overall goals Structure

Rural Learning Collaborative Background Timeline Overall goals Structure If you have any additional questions please contact Tori Decea at [email protected] Questions?

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