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Living Active Extended

Runs through February 7, 2021

LIVING ACTIVE EXTENDED is available to all seniors ages 65+ living in Bucks County. The program enables participants to come together virtually, as well as in-person at our branches, and provides opportunities for physical activity, wellness support, and purposeful conversations through ongoing communication among peers and Y staff.

Program details & registration

Registration is ongoing for your 12-week program

For age: 65 years and older

Cost: Living Active Extended registration runs until December 31, 2020. Thanks to funding provided by County of Bucks using CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security), this 12-week program is designed for seniors seeking connection during the COVID pandemic. It is free to any senior whose annual household income is less than $54,150 (individual) per year or $61,850 (family of two).

Program is free to current members of YMCA of Bucks County but registration is still required.

Program Length: Anyone age 65+ can register for their 12-week program at any time through December 31, 2020. Their 12-week Living Active Extended program begins on the date of their registration.




Program runs through Feb 7 with currently registered participants. New participants are no longer being accepted.

Living Active Extended Workshops are open to all. Visit HERE for details.



Call your branch:
Doylestown 215.348.8131
Fairless Hills/Newtown 215.949.3400
Quakertown  215.536.9622
Warminster 267.387.9622

What does the program include?

Active Older Adult membership to YMCA of Bucks County

Temporary membership and full access to branches in Doylestown, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Quakertown and Warminster


Weekly virtual, small group meetings

Engage with a small group in Zoom meetings that are social and educational. In addition to social get-togethers, professional workshop topics include nutrition and wellness. YMCA staff will also check-in with participants periodically to discuss short and long-term goals and support their participation in the program.  Optional group book club also included featuring Didn't See that Coming by Rachel Hollis.

For a full list of workshops and programs available, visit <HERE>

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Virtual Wellness Platform

The Y’s new, virtual wellness platform includes online fitness, wellness, nutrition and other activities online. The platform includes live and on-demand classes with YMCA instructors and 1000s of on-demand classes from instructors nationwide including all levels of at-home group exercise. On-demand programs include topics of interest to seniors and include classes for individuals with diabetes, Parkinson's disease and cancer as well as workshops on financial wellbeing, sleep and stress management.

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