Rapid Assessment Physical Activity Tool (RAPA) is a brief instrument to assess physical activity in older adults. It is designed to be easily incorporated into clinical practice.
Telephone Assessment Physical Activity Tool (TAPA) is a version of the RAPA that can be conducted by telephone.
Mall Walking: A Program Resource Guide was developed to provide information about the health benefits of mall walking and to present practical strategies for starting and maintaining walking programs in malls and other venues.
EnhanceFitness offers flexibility, balance, low impact aerobics, and strength training exercises for older adults. Developed by HPRC in partnership with a local senior center, EnhanceFitness is now licensed nationally by Sound Generations.
Environmental and Policy Change Clearinghouse. Through agreement between AARP Livable Communities and the CDC-HAN, EPC Clearinghouse resources have been integrated into the AARP Livable Communities Resource Hub.
Shape Up! Seattle is a neighborhood physical activity guide for senior adults in Southeast Seattle and the Duwamish area.
Neighborhood Walkability Scoring Tools are two surveys that can be used to score neighborhood environments for walkability:
Workplace Health Promotion
ACS Workplace Solutions is a program that helps employers craft health promotion benefits and programs and implement them in their worksites.
PEARLS Toolkit (186 pages) includes program background, detailed instructions, guidance, tips, and all the forms needed to effectively implement PEARLS after completing PEARLS training. (Learn more about PEARLS training opportunities.)
Evidence-Based Depression Care Management: Program to Encourage Active, Rewarding Lives for Seniors (PEARLS) [archived webinar]. Snowden M, Piering P. 2008.
Putting Public Health Evidence in Action
Download all files needed to conduct training developed by the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network.
Fall Prevention Health History Questionaire is a sample questionaire from the Harborview Medical Center Fall Prevention Clinic, directed by HPRC investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Phelan.