Congregate meal sites are places like senior centers where lunch is served on weekdays to individuals age 60 or older. At Senior Centers people come together to enjoy a meal, meet and talk with friends, participate in health programs, and find out about services. Some Senior Centers have transportation available from your home to the center.
Living Well with Diabetes:
This evidence-based program from Stanford University is for people living with or taking care of someone with diabetes, that would like to learn more about living a healthy life with a chronic condition. The workshop meets once a week for six weeks and covers topics such as: symptoms of diabetes, healthy ways to manage high and low blood sugars, working effectively with health care providers, stress reduction techniques, and the importance of nutrition, diet and exercise. The workshop is FREE and at the end, each participant receives a copy of “Living Well with Chronic Diseases” book and a relaxation CD to take home!
To Be Announced
If you are interested in hosting a class, please contact Natalie Nathan @ (208) 898-7068 or email@example.com
Living Well with Chronic Pain:
This evidence-based program, that originated at Stanford University, was developed for people living with or caring for someone with a diagnosis of chronic pain. The workshop does not conflict with existing treatment and gives participants the skills needed to manage their health, as well as keep active lives. The workshop is free and at the end, each participant receives a copy of “Living Well with Chronic Pain” book and a relaxation CD to take home!
October 9th – November 6th from 11:00 am – 1:30 pm @ Horizon Home Health & Hospice Meridian
To register click here: Living Well with Chronic Pain