Physical Activity

The Kansas DHP works with a network of partners to improve access, opportunities and supports for physical activity. We list programs here that have been tested and proven effective.


NCHPAD's 14 Weeks to a Healthier You!

The National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) offers Kansans with disabilities a free, personalized web-based physical activity program.

Register for the program.

What is the program?

  • Designed for people with mobility limitations, chronic health conditions and physical disabilities.
  • The goal is to help you get moving and making healthy nutrition choices.
  • The program is 14 weeks long.

How does it work?

  • You register online for the program and tell NCHPAD a little about yourself.
  • NCHPAD staff take your information and provide you with personalized resources and exercises that meet your individual needs over the course of 14 seeks.
  • You receive new material each week that builds on the previous weeks.
  • For best results, visit the website at least once a week.
  • The Kansas Disability and Health Program will contact you to see what you thought of the program.

What do I get throughout the program?

  • New personalized weekly exercises, recipes and nutrition tips.
  • Motivational resources such as articles, tips, reminders and alerts.
  • Features to help you track your activity and what you eat.
  • Access to 14-week coaches.

To participate, please click the button at the top of the page or go to: www.nchpad.org/14weeks/?f=KS.

Download a PDF about the program.


 

 


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Physical Activity

Physical activity can help you improve and maintain your health.

A man in a wheelchair lifts free weights.

Photo: Florida Office on Disability and Health

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