Amanda Rees is the CEO and cofounder of Bold. Bold's digital platform uses personalized, science-backed programs to address the most fundamental health and wellbeing challenges faced by older adults. Bold leverages research and clinical interventions to prevent falls, reduce arthritis related disability, and increase activity levels for older adults. Bold partners with health plans and providers to improve outcomes and reduce care costs. Prior to co-founding Bold, Amanda managed strategic grantmaking for the renewable energy and transportation portfolio at The 11th Hour Project, a program of the Schmidt Family Foundation. She previously held roles as a researcher at Stanford, Princeton, and UCLA. Amanda has also been a fitness instructor for over a decade, teaching dance, yoga, indoor cycling, and tai chi. She holds a BSE in chemical & biological engineering from Princeton University.
Friday April 8, 2022
LIVE - Falls Prevention: Past, Present, Future
Is there a place for technology in enhancing current falls prevention interventions? Let's consider how virtual interventions and technological innovations can enhance our practice when looking at improving balance and strength, home safety and falls education. Join us as Dr. Deborah Bolding leads this panel discussion and speaks about interventions of the past, current research, and new ways for us to help reduce falls.