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Registration is OPEN for the following program offerings:

EnhanceFitness- Our popular evidence-based fall prevention and exercise program. Older adults work to become more energized and active to sustain independent lives. Classes are 1 hour and include aerobics, strength, balance and flexibility movements to help address the factors that can lead to falls.

Classes meet on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9:30a, 11:00a, and 1:00p, at the Cherryland Community Center, and also Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30a and 11:00a, at the San Leandro Senior Center. 
The current session is January 4, 2023 to March 24, 2023.
For more information on how to register, click HERE or call 510-881–0300 - option 6. To register online, click HERE.

Walk With Ease- This 6 week, 1 hour program will help you become self motivated to use walking as an effective tool to increase strength, improve balance and help ease the symptoms of arthritis. Classes meet on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 1:00p, at the San Leandro Senior Center. The upcoming session is February 6, 2023 to March 17, 2023.
For more information on how to register, click HERE or call 510-881–0300 - option 6. To register online, click HERE.

The primary goal of the Fall Prevention Program is to reduce and/or prevent the number of falls among at-risk low-income seniors. We employ a multi-pronged approach proven to be the most effective strategy to address the range of issues that leads to falls:

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  • BEHAVIORAL. We educate and raise awareness about: falls and fall prevention, sedentary lifestyle, medication management, and better eating habits.
  • PHYSICAL. We offer fall prevention skills-building training sessions that help to develop strength, improve mobility and balance and increase hand-eye coordination.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL. We make suggestions during class and workshops for simple changes to their home environment i.e. grab bars, smoke alarms, stair railings, and hand held showers.


  • Falls can be a common occurrence for seniors.  In 2019, emergency rooms recorded 3 million visits by older adults due to falls (CDC 2022).
  • Older adult falls cost $50 billion in medical costs annually, with ¾ paid by Medicare and Medicaid (CDC 2022).
  • With 1 in 4 Americans 65+ falling each year, falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries among older adults (NCOA 2022).
  • Falls can be prevented with proper intervention. We will show you how!


Participants must:

  • Be 60 years or older.
  • Be at-risk for a fall. Fallen in past or have poor balance.
  • Be approved by personal doctor to participate in group exercise class.

For more information, contact a staff member using our Contact Form