Adapted Sports Activities (APA) for healthier participants.
Adapted Physical Activity (APA) provides support in the practice of a physical activity integrating a healthy approach.
Supervision by specialised coaches: a multidisciplinary protocol adapted to the specific medical-sports needs of the participants.
To support individuals, whatever their state of health, throughout their lives: people with disabilities, older people, those in high-risk jobs, etc.
Raise your employees' awareness of good health at work: prevention of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD), Psychosocial Risks (PSR) and Workplace Accidents (WA).
Tailor-made programmes, adapted to the individual problems of each sector of activity: construction, food processing, industry, logistics, etc.
Sickness prevention at work, a guarantee for the well-being of your employees.
Muscular awakening, warm-ups before starting work or stretching, adapted to physical jobs (carrying heavy loads, picking, etc.) or sedentary jobs.
Workplace sickness prevention workshops: stress management, movement and posture, prevention of work-related illnesses, etc.
Regular or one-off programmes: QLW week, well-being day, health and safety day, etc.
For pre-work warm-ups: Business approach, previous accident analysis, training, coaching and monitoring to ensure long-term commitment to the programme.
We are DATADOCK certified: this allows us to offer you training courses that are recognised for their quality and covered by your OPCO.
For healthy employees, a reduction in work-related accidents, RSI and sick leave.
Activities and workshops adapted to the needs and physical abilities of older people.
Make it easier to pursue health goals and help residents gain or maintain their independence: education, rehabilitation, sickness prevention and social reintegration.
Coaches listed in the French list of Adapted Physical Activity (APA) professionals and recognised for their approach to health which takes into account the state of physical fitness:
> Classes that are suitable for older people: yoga, aquagym, gentle gym, relaxation, Tai Chi, brisk walking... Lots of activities to help you firm up, breathe and stretch, all gently,
>Supervision of people evaluated in GIR 1 to 6, with chronic illnesses or disability.
Complete and tailor-made support: diagnosis and regular personalised monitoring.
The chosen coach comes on site and works with a few people in a small group, to spend more time and better understand the needs of each person.
Provide your residents with opportunities for well-being, interaction and good humour and change their daily lives.
Offer them new activities and full support for a better physical and mental health.