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For More Information Call (269) 441-0948
Aging Well educational programs are free and open to the public. They are held at Kool Family Community Center. A light luncheon is provided at 11:30am followed by the presentation at noon.
To register, call (269) 441-0948.
Start the Conversation - Create an Advance Directive
How can your future health- care wishes be honored if no one knows what they are? Creating an advance directive, and more importantly, talking about the kinds of care you want and don’t want will ease the minds of those who love you. Start the conversation. We can help you. Call to meet with and advance care planning facilitator at (269) 441-0920.
Tai Chi for Arthritis
Fridays at 10:30am Kool Family Center
Come and practice this ancient Chinese exercise that offers pain relief through slow, gentle movement. Tai chi will help you focus your mind and is proven to improve balance and reduce stress. Certified instructor. Start anytime, no pre-registration required. This class is offered at no charge to the participant. Call Julie at (269) 441-0948 to learn more.
Healthy Aging and Eldercare at the BC Family YMCA
182 Capital Avenue, NE, Battle Creek - Membership not required
Dementia and Memory Loss Support Group
Meets Monthly,
4th Thursday, 2 - 3:30pm
Creating Connections Through Art Meets Monthly, 4th Thursday, 2 - 3:30pm
Family Caregiver Support Group
Meets Monthly, 2nd Tuesday, 10 - 11:30am
Stroke Support Group
Meets Monthly, 3rd Thursday, 1 - 2pm
Parkinson’s Support Groups
Meets Monthly, 1st Thursday, 4:30pm Meets Monthly, 3rd Tuesday, 10am
Heart Failure: Treatment and Symptom Reduction
Thursday, March 1, 2018
Presenter: Sarah L. Engster, ANP-C, MSN
Common symptoms of heart failure include: shortness of breath, persistent cough, tiredness, lack of appetite, confusion, increased heart rate, rapid weight gain, and more. Learn how to manage your heart failure symptoms with lifestyle, medication, and other treatments.
Aging Well Program Offered in Marshall
Advanced Options for Hip and Knee Pain
Wednesday, February 14, 11:30am – 1pmTrinity Episcopal Church, 101 E. Mansion St., Marshall
Join Dr. Joseph Burkhardt for a free, informative presentation about nonsurgical and surgical relief for hip and knee pain. Light lunch provided. To register, call (269) 441-0948.
New Service Available – Community Care Options
Senior Health Partners now offers homemaker services and other assistance to help you remain independent at home. Our nurse will conduct a face-to-face assessment, discuss options for services and help you connect to services for which you are eligible. This program is funded by the Calhoun County Senior Millage and available to residents of the county who are 60 years of age or older. Call (269) 441-0948 to learn more about how we can help.
Make 2018 Your Year of Better Health by Joining Senior Fit and Fun!
Senior Fitness and Fun is a FREE weekly, one-hour health and fitness program funded by the Calhoun County Senior Millage for adults 60 years of age and older. Chair exercises focus on stretching, flexibility, balance and building strength. Our nurse will be available to answer your health questions, provide blood pressure, blood sugar and pulse/ox screenings, and make referrals to community resources.
Kool Family Community Center 10:30am Clarence Township Hall 10:30am Tekonsha Community Hall 10am Hickory Hills Village 10am
Mon, Wed Monday Tuesday Tuesday
Battle Creek Eagles #299 Village of Mill Creek Athens Township Hall
1pm Tuesday 10:30am Wednesday 10am Thursday
Christ UMC/Urbandale
NHBP Reservation
Homer Presbyterian Church
Trinity Episcopal Church Marshall
Cherry Hill Apts.
Albion Forks Senior Center

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