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The wellness audit: a useful tool for active-aging communities by John Rude, MS

Are any of the following scenarios true for you?

• You hear a lot of discussion at conferences about the importance of a wellness program, but you’re not certain you have the right mix of resources or the financial ability to start a program.
• You have a wellness program. You believe it’s a good beginning, but you’re not confident how to ramp it up or what the benchmarks should be to measure success.
• You’ve been using multipurpose spaces for your wellness programming for several years. However, you now want to develop a state-of-the-art facility, but sense the architect you have used for your housing projects may not have the expertise to design an age-appropriate wellness center.

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