It’s March, and this month’s Seniors Taking Charge newsletter is full of ideas to eat well, be active, and stay healthy. For many older adults, cooking for one or two can seem like a waste of time and money. We’re sharing tips to make it easier to cook for one or two, save time, and decrease waste. Also, we’re talking about the importance of warming up and cooling down for exercise, as well as how to prevent heart attacks and strokes. We also talk about the importance of keeping an updated list of medications (prescription and over-the-counter), supplements, and creams or ointments so that your doctors can help you avoid drug interactions. You can download your copy of the March newsletter here.
Check Out Our Web Site for Workshop Updates!
We have a brand new web site for our evidence-based programs! Visit Northeast Georgia Health Matters to learn about all of our programs and see when and where they’re being offered. At this time, we are offering Stanford’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (Live Strong Live Long workshops), MaineHealth’s Matter of Balance, Powerful Tools for Caregivers, and Dealing with Dementia. As we schedule classes, we’ll put them on the events page so that you can see what’s coming up!
If you would like to offer one of these workshops, please e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a workshop in 2017!
Finally, you can find all issues of Seniors Taking Charge here.