Active Seniors

If you are unsure about the appropriate level, click on the focus area below for further information to help you determine which level may be appropriate

Please note that you can modify your level or focus area at any time after signing up

Unsure of which level is best suited for you?

Use the following test as a general guide:

 

 

Level 1 = can perform less than 10 chair stands in 30 seconds

Level 2 = can perform between 10-20 chair stands in 30 seconds

Level 3 = can perform 20+ chair stands in 30 seconds

Unsure of which level is best suited for you?

Use the following test as a general guide:

 

 

Level 1 = cannot stand on 1 leg for 10+ seconds

Level 2 = Can stand on 1 leg for between 10-20 seconds

Level 3 = Can stand on 1 leg for 20+ seconds

Unsure of which level is best suited for you?

Use the following descriptions as a general guide:

 

Level 1 = can walk between 0-1km comfortably

Level 2 = can walk between 1-5km comfortably

Level 3 = can walk beyond 5km comfortably

Unsure of which level is best suited for you?

Use the following test as a general guide:

 

 

Level 1 = cannot reach further than knees

Level 2 = can reach beyond knees

Unsure of which level is best suited for you?

Use the following descriptions as a general guide:

 

Level 1 = some limitations in mobility, some difficulty with day to day activities and require some assistance at home

Level 2 = generally able to perform most daily activities with minimal assistance and living independently

Level 3 = easily able to perform day to day activities and enjoy regular physical challenges such as bushwalking

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