Contact Jousette Anaya, Wellness Pathways Program Coordinator, at 781-586-8530 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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Wellness Pathways program at GLSS is dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of individuals in our communities. This program is committed to building a culture of wellness, where individuals are engaged, educated, and empowered to achieve total health.
Wellness Pathways offers a number of free workshops that are proven to help adults of all ages living with ongoing health conditions and older adults who have concerns about falling or want to learn more about how nutrition and lifestyle can affect overall health and well-being. Join with others in a safe setting to socialize, learn, and give and receive support!
Workshops meet once a week for several hours for a period of 6-8 weeks and are held at a variety of convenient community locations. Our small, supportive classes for independent adults encourage new friendships with people who understand how you feel and will celebrate your successes.
Workshops are free, and caregivers are welcome to attend with participants.
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Questions? Contact Jousette Anaya, Wellness Pathways Program Coordinator, at 781-586-8530 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need help figuring out how to participate via Zoom technology? No problem! We offer coaching to participants.
Disponible en Español. Llame hoy para mas informacion sobre el proximo taller Jousette Anaya (email@example.com).
Are you living with diabetes? You're not alone.
Diabetes affects 10.5% of all Americans, and if you are age 65 or older, that percentage rises to 26.8%. This workshop teaches practical strategies and skills that are proven to help participants feel better and improve quality of life.
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This evidence-based workshop was developed by researchers at Stanford University.
Are you living with an ongoing health condition?
Chronic diseases affect one out of every ten Americans, people of all ages and from all walks of life. Our health self-management workshops can help you take control and start living again. You’ll learn practical strategies and skills that can help you feel better and improve your quality of life. Share what you know and learn from others who are living with similar challenges.
These evidence-based workshops were developed by researchers at Stanford University.
Do you have concerns about falling?
If you are worried about falling, you might limit your activity as a result. This can have a negative effect on your health and well-being. This workshop helps participants set reasonable goals for increasing activity; improve strength and balance; and learn about how to make changes to their living environment to reduce risk factors for falls.
A Matter of Balance is an evidence-based workshop developed by researchers at Boston University.
Si estas viviendo con una condicion de salud actual, no esta solo.
Enfermedades cronicas afectan uno de cada dies personas de todas las edades. En solo seis reuniones es comprovado que nuestro programa ayuda a las personas que viven con: Enfermedad de Corazon, Diabetes, Enfermedades Respiratorias, Ansiedad, y otras mas.
Venga y aprenda a como conectarte con la comunidad, comer más saludable, como hablar con los médicos sobre su salud, y controlar el estrés y relajarse.
Llame hoy para mas informacion sobre el proximo taller Jousette Anaya (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A Special Two-Part Spring Event!
Join us to learn more about practicing the "8 Dimensions of Wellness" every day to improve your overall health and well-being.
What are the "8 Dimensions?"
Do you want to learn more about nutrition and healthy lifestyle?
Making small changes to your diet and lifestyle can make a big difference in how you feel. The program focuses on heart-healthy and bone-healthy nutrition strategies to improve wellness and prevent disease. This workshop is based on the USDA’s “My Plate” program.
Healthy Eating for Successful Living in Older Adults™ is part of the Model Programs Project sponsored by the National Council on Aging (NCOA) Lahey Clinic and now revised and administered with funding from the John A. Hartford Foundation.
Wellness Pathways Programs
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