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Senior Times - July 2018 Page 5AGING WELL SERIESAging 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.More than 60 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. Do you struggle with sleeplessness, daytime sleepiness, thinking impairment, mood changes, or snoring? Learn what treatment options are available for restful nights.Learn about treatment options to relieve pain in your hands and wrists.Community Care Options – Helping Seniors Stay IndependentIn-home services including light housekeeping, meal preparation, limited errands, and other help are available for seniors with chronic illnesses who need help with some of the chores of maintaining their homes. To learn more, call (269) 441-0948.Get Fit and Have Fun with Senior Health PartnersSenior Fitness and Fun is a FREE weekly, one-hour health and fitness program fund- ed 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.For More Information Call (269) 441-0948CreatingConnectionsThrough ArtMonthly, 4th Thursday 2–3:30pmBattle Creek Family YMCAMonthly, 1st Wednesday 4–5 pmHeritage Commons Enrichment Center, MarshallAn opportunity for persons with memory loss to explore their creative side in a supported environment. Facilitated by a certified instructor. FREE but you must register in advance. Call (269) 441-0957.Family caregivers may participate or attend the Dementia Memory Loss Support Group held at the same time.AdvanceDirectivesHow can your healthcare wishes be honored if no one knows what they? Call Senior Health Partners to talk with a trained facilitator. We can help you create the docu- ment to appoint a patient advocate and talk with your loved ones about your wishes.Healthy Agingand Eldercareat theBC FamilyYMCA182 Capital Avenue NE, Battle Creek Membership not requiredDementia and Memory Loss Support GroupMeets Monthly4th Thursday, 2-3:30pmCreating Connections Through Art Meets Monthly4th Thursday, 2-3:30pmFamily Caregiver Support Group Meets Monthly2nd Tuesday, 10-11:30amStroke Support GroupMeets Monthly 3rd Thursday, 1-2pmParkinson’s Support GroupsMeets Monthly 1st Thursday, 4:30pmMeets Monthly 3rd Tuesday, 10amRestless Sleep AnswersTuesday, August 14Presenters: Eric Ashman, MD, Bronson Sleep SpecialistsSolutions for Hand and Wrist PainThursday, August 23Presenters: Mayron Lichterman, MD, Bronson Hand, Wrist and Elbow SpecialistsSITES TIMEKool Family Community Center 10:30am Clarence Township Hall 10:30am Tekonsha Community Hall 10am Hickory Hills Village 10amDAYSMon, Wed Monday Tuesday TuesdaySITESBattle Creek Eagles #299 Village of Mill Creek Athens Township HallTIME DAYS1pm Tuesday 10:30am Wednesday 10am ThursdayChrist UMC/Urbandale10:30amMondayNHBP Reservation11amWednesdayHomer Presbyterian Church9amTuesdayTrinity Episcopal Church Marshall1:30pmWednesdayCherry Hill Apts.10:30amTuesdayAlbion Forks Senior Center11amThursdaywww.seniorhealthpartners.com§§


































































































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