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Creating ACTIVE Retirement Years (919) 469-4081 37 Resources for Seniors THE NORMAL OF AGING What constitutes normal aging? Do you wish you were given an owner's manual? Learn how cultural expectations and family history shapes this process. Presented by Rachel Evans, Relationship Manager with Silver Livings for Seniors. 125326 Fri Jun 21 9:30–10:30 a.m. CARY EMS Learn who the Cary EMS is and what services they provide to the public. Know what to expect when you call 911 and what steps you can take to assist emergency responders in helping you. 125323 Thu Jun 27 9:30–10:30 a.m. THINK WELL AND STRESS LESS AT HOME This seminar will provide helpful education and recommendations on the importance of exercising you brain and things you can do to reduce stress. At the later stages of life living at home, especially if it's by yourself, can be very challenging. Things you could do earlier in life become more difficult. You may now need assistance in your home which causes stress and withdrawing from being social. Presented jointly by Aware Senior Care and Alzheimer's of NC, Inc. 125327 Thu Jul 11 9:30–10:30 a.m. SLEEP WELL AT HOME Sleep better though expert education, healthier living and establishing a good bedside routine. This seminar will provide helpful information and education about common sleep disorders and how through healthy diet, exercise and establishing a good bedtime routine can help you sleep better. Presented by Tim Murray, Aware Senior Care. 125328 Thu Jul 25 9:30–10:30 a.m. S.H.I.I.P Counseling FREE The Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) answers questions and counsels Medicare beneficiaries and caregivers about Medicare, Medicare supplements, Medicare Advantages, Medicare prescription drug plans, long-term care insurance and other health insurance concerns. Sign up for a one- on-one counseling opportunity today by calling (919) 469-4081. Ask the Health Expert Join local health experts in exploring aging issues and learning more about health! Bring your questions to these informative and interactive lecture programs. Location: Classroom 302 YOUR KIDNEYS AND YOU Your kidneys and you raises awareness among the general public and individuals at risk for kidney disease by educating them about kidneys, risk factors for kidney disease and what can be done to protect the kidneys. Presented by Katheryn Cipriani, National Kidney Foundation. 125325 Thu Jun 6 9:30–10:30 a.m. PODIATRY In the world of podiatry, there are a variety of conditions one can suffer from. These may include such things as: bunions, corns, hammertoes, and neuroma's. Learn more about the disorders of the foot and how best to care and manage them. Presented by Dr. Karen Lehtinen, Podiatrist, Tarheel Podiatry Center. 125322 Fri Jun 7 9:30–10:30 a.m. c Resources for Seniors

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