It’s a struggle for most people in our society to build healthy lifestyles that include eating balanced diets, being physically active, engaging in stress-reducing activities, and preventing specific health problems. Adults with disabilities are at risk for secondary health conditions, including pressure sores, chronic pain, fatigue, isolation, depression, and a variety of others. Healthy habits can prevent many secondary conditions, and people with healthy lifestyles usually feel better.
"Living Well" has two different and related meanings–developing healthy living habits and doing the things you enjoy. Living Well with a Disability Director’s Guide to program Development will help you facilitate discussion and participation in workshops that encourage others to live well.