Healthy Living Workshop

The Healthy Living Workshop is an eight-week course designed to teach the value of healthy living choices through exercise, nutrition, hygiene lessons and training for the one mile walk-a-thon, the culmination in the eighth week. All walk proceeds benefit The Advisory Board for the Disabled, Inc. 

Sessions are held on Fridays from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Cost is $25 per participant. There is no charge for caretakers or companions to accompany the participant. A completed 2021 Participant Membership Form is required prior to arrival at the workshop.

The workshop runs from October 8 to December 3. Registration opens Monday, September 13.

Health & Safety Guidelines

The City of Altamonte Springs is committed to keeping participants and staff safe and healthy during this unprecedented time. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have prepared a list of guidelines. 

 Camp Staff

  • Staff who are feeling ill or have symptoms of COVID-19 will stay home.
  • Staff will carry sanitizer at all times.
  • Staff will follow CDC guidelines for vaccinated and non-vaccinated individuals.
  • Staff will promote healthy hygiene including frequent and proper hand washing, use of hand sanitizer and covering of coughs or sneezes with a tissue or inside of elbow. 
  • Staff will practice proper hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette. 
  • Staff will enhance cleaning and disinfecting schedules and procedures. 

Camp Participants

  • Campers who are feeling ill or have symptoms of COVID-19 should stay home.
  • Campers who are feeling ill or showing symptoms related to COVID-19 while at camp, will be isolated from the group, and the parent will be contacted to pick up their child. 
  • Parents are asked to self-report any instances of positive COVID-19 cases of registered campers as well as any contact the registered camper has had with any individual who has tested positive for COVID-19.  
  • Participants are urged to follow established guidance on personal hygiene, hand washing and hand sanitizer.
  • Please be advised that the City is required to release participant names, dates of birth, address and phone numbers to local, state and federal agencies upon request as it relates to COVID-19 contact tracing efforts.