Do I need a medical clearance form for exercise?

Medical clearance is not mot mandatory except for the following classes “evidenced-based” State classes: Beginner and Advanced Healthy Bones; Move Today; Getting Stronger

It is also strongly advised if you have had surgery and are coming back to fitness, that you get a medical clearance form or consult with your doctor first.

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1. What does it cost to take classes at the Senior Center?
2. How do I register for fitness classes?
3. Do I need a medical clearance form for exercise?
4. Do you need to have prior knowledge of an activity to join in?
5. Are there any activities that are only for women or men?
6. What classes require a pre-requisite to get in?
7. Can I bring my relative, neighbor or friend to an activity?
8. Are there instructors for all classes?
9. I am turning 65; what do I do to get Medicare?
10. When can I change my health and drug plans?
11. How do I get the Senior Farmer Market Vouchers?
12. I want to enter the Senior Art Show; what age do I have to be?
13. What basic information is required prior to applying for SSI or Social Security Disability?
14. Is priority given to some applicants for SSI or Social Security Disability?
15. What are the direct toll-free numbers for local Social Security Offices?
16. What is the Personal Assistance Services Program (PASP)?
17. What is the purpose of the Personal Assistance Services Program?
18. Who is eligible for the Personal Assistance Services Program?
19. How do I find out if my family member or I would qualify for the Personal Assistance Service Program and how can I ask more questions?
20. What is the Mr. Fix-It program?
21. How do you apply for Mr. Fix It services?
22. I am a Veteran; where can I find resources?
23. As a Veteran, what kind of help can I get?
24. What kind of help can the Veterans’ Services Office provide?