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​​The Healthy and Active for Life (HAL) Online program has changed and is now available as Healthy Ageing Online Learning. You can access the program resources anytime and progress at your own pace - no need to register! 

Older adults can learn about healthy eating, getting active and falls prevention from the comfort of your own home.

You can access:
  • online learning modules with quizzes
  • online exercise programs design for beginners with videos to follow along at home
  • fact sheets with tips and information
  • an exercise manual and logbook with easy to follow instructions

Community organisations are welcome to use these resources to deliver Healthy Ageing Online Learning in their group setting. Just download the Learning Guide for support.

Start the program today by visiting:

Get Healthy Information & Coaching Service

All NSW older adults also have access to free phone and online-based health coaching through the Get Healthy Service. The Get Healthy Service offers coaching and online support to help you make lifestyle changes and reach your health goals. The program can support you to: ​
  • eat healthily 
  • get active 
  • reduce alcohol 
  • reach and stay at a healthy weight 
  • stay active during and after cancer treatment

For more information on the Get Healthy Service or to register for the program, visit text 48 or call 1300 806 258.

​About the program

Healthy and Active for Life Online is a FREE 10-week healthy lifestyle program for older adults.

  • The program helps participants learn how to make small lifestyle changes to improve health.
  • It covers a range of topics including healthy eating and physical activity.
  • Participants do not need any prior knowledge or exercise experience to join. In fact, the program is more suited to those who would be considered beginners to physical activity/exercise.


Watch a short video about the program     




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Contact the Northern Sydney Healthy and Active for Life Program​​
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 8797 7314​​
More information: Healthy and Active for Life Online (NSW Health)alternate text 48 

  • An aged man and a women excercising at home with their hands lifted
    Who is it for?

    Healthy and Active for Life Online is for adults who:
    • Are aged 60 years and over, or Aboriginal people aged 45+
    • Do not participate in a regular exercise program
    • Live independently in the community (i.e. not in a nursing home)
    • Are able to walk safely inside their home without a walking aid.

  • An aged man cutting vegetables while a woman is cooking in the background
    How does it work?

    Healthy and Active for Life Online is delivered online, in the comfort of your own home, all for FREE.
    Once your registration is confirmed, you simply log into your online account to complete the weekly modules and exercises.
    Courses are run four times a year, according to NSW school terms.

  • A bald aged man excercising at home in front of a laptop & with one knee raised & held with both hands
    What do I get?

    • Access to weekly online healthy lifestyle modules and two online exercise programs
    • Weekly handouts and an exercise manual
    • Telephone support from your own phone coach to keep you motivated
    • Ongoing access to the online modules and exercise programs for 12 months

  • A aged man cutting fruits in kitchen
    What do I need?

    • Access to a computer or tablet with internet
    • Ability to understand and read English
    • Space to exercise safely in your home
    • Comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely
    • Non slip, sturdy walking shoes

  • A aged Asian woman excercising with her hands raised
    How do I join?

    Register Now: Registration
    Term 4, 2023:
    • Registration open now
    • Programs begin the week starting Monday 2 October 2023
    Spaces are limited, register early.
    Be notified when the next course registrations open. Email us at: [email protected]

​Frequently asked questions