Enrolling Now for Living Healthy 6-Week Program Begins September 13 in South Seneca County
STEPS, in collaboration with the Seneca County Office of Aging, is sponsoring the 6-session Living Healthy Program developed by the Stanford University of Medicine to help anyone
living with long-term health conditions manage their symptoms and improve their health.
This program has been widely offered in New York State and is being offered this September in south Seneca County in the Village of Interlaken.
Anyone adult, young or older, experiencing ongoing health concerns is welcome to participate in this FREE series of evidence-based workshops. With this program participants learn techniques to manage symptoms like frustration, fatigue, pain; develop skills to self-manage health related physical limitations, improve problem-solving and decision-making skills, and develop healthy eating and exercise routines that make personal sense. With this program, led by peers from your community, participants make an action plan for a healthier life and have the support of others while doing so.
The six-session will be on Wednesdays from 1-3:30 pm from September 13 through October 18, 2017. The program will be held at the Interlaken Reformed Church, which is kindly providing the space for the workshop. Park in the rear of the parking lot, to enter the churches accessible community rooms. For more information or to enroll, call:
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