WISE & Healthy Aging will be working with the Culver City Senior Center to bring the nationally acclaimed, evidence-based Healthier Living program to Culver City. The program is especially helpful for older adults who are living with a chronic condition, such as arthritis, high blood pressure, diabetes, or other long term health concerns. The course begins on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 (Valentine’s Day) at 9:30am.
Over the course of six weeks, participants share ways to get better sleep, manage symptoms, eat better, stay active, feel better, and generally get more out of life. As one participant put it: “There are ways you can help yourself”. Another said, “The information has given me options and ideas on how to manage my health, make decisions and have better communication with my doctors.”
WISE & Healthy Aging, the trusted source for information about and for older adults, will be sponsoring this innovative program at the Culver City Veteran’s Memorial Building Kaizuka Room, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA. Free parking is available adjacent to the building. The program is open to people who have a chronic condition (or are living with someone who is), and is offered as a FREE community service. Advance reservation is required, because space is limited to the first 15 people. Contact Miriam Caiden, MSG, PhD, at (310) 394 -9871, ext. 264, or email [email protected] to sign up and for more information, including other locations where the program is offered.
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