J Prev Interv Community 2021 Sep 12:1-14. Epub 2021 Sep 12.
Office of Educational Innovation & Evaluation, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA.
(KTEA) is a community-based educational program that introduces and reinforces health behaviors that promote healthy aging. Data from 12 distinct KTEA lessons delivered by 42 Cooperative Extension educators to 764 unique participants across one year were examined to determine the program's impact on attitude, diet, physical activity, brain health, belonging, staying up-to-date, safety, health, stress, finances, sleep, and self-care. The most frequent immediate behavior changes occurred in practicing self-care, developing a positive attitude, and making safe choices. Read More