|Living Healthy Workshop: Take Charge of Chronic Conditions|
Event Type: Adult Programs|
Start Time: 5:30 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
Put life back in your life! The Living Healthy workshop is a six-session peer-led health education program for people with any type of ongoing health condition. The classes complement the health care you may already be receiving. The purpose of the Living Healthy workshop is to enhance your ability to manage your health and maintain an active and fulfilling lifestyle. You do not need to have a chronic illness to attend. Maybe you know or care for someone who does. Living Healthy workshops help you
• Feel Better. Increase your energy and get relief from pain, fatigue and difficult emotions.
• Take control of your life. Do the things you want to do each day.
• Get connected. Have the opportunity to learn from others who have similar health issues.
Living Healthy workshops utilize the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program curriculum developed at Stanford University's Patient Education Center and are brought to you through a collaboration of Onondaga County Department of Aging and Youth, The Centers at St. Camillus and OASIS.
Location: Sargent Meeting Room
Workshop lead by Co-peer leaders certified by Stanford University. Class size is limited to 20. Registration begins after April 25th by calling OASIS 315-464-6555. Free six sessions. Note: class is exempt from the $20 registration processing fee. PLEASE ARRIVE AT 5PM FOR THE FIRST SESSION TO FILL OUT PAPERWORK.Contact: Sally Terek, CDSMP Program Coordinator
Contact Number: 315.464.6555
Presenter: Diane Sheedy and Sue Stowell
Link: Stanford Patient Education Center