June 29, 2015
Ageless Health - 2000-2007 Caring for the health of the 60 and over population
The value of a community and the structure of family life are in transformation due to the demographic shift in the increasing number of older people in our society. People over the age of 65 have more than doubled, and during the next 30 years, that number will double again.
Understanding the concerns of keeping the aging community healthy, the Paso del Norte Health Foundation created the Ageless Health Initiative. The initiative was designed to develop or expand volunteer-based projects to support the promotion of independent healthy living, effect attitudinal change about aging and prevent the isolation of persons 60 years and older in the Paso del Norte region. The program also focused on nutrition, exercise and physical activity; mental activity, social/emotional support and/or reduction of isolation; injury prevention; and caregiver support.
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February 15, 2018
Students at Ysleta Independent School District (YISD) are leading a more healthy and active lifestyle these days, due to the coordinated approach of students, campus staff, and student families that are learning the Coordinated Approach To Child Health or CATCH program. With support from the Paso del Norte Health Fo…