Creating Active Retirement Years - Fall 2015

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48 September-December 2015 Cary Senior Center Resources for Seniors A Resources for Seniors Ask the Health Expert Join local health experts in exploring aging issues and our health! Bring your questions to these informative and interactive lecture programs. Location: Classroom 302 MATURE SKIN Specifics on how the skin changes with age and early detection and prevention of disorders that affect the skin. Presented by Dr. Goldstein, MD, Central Dermatology Center. 86855 Fri Sep 11 1- 2 p.m. HEART DISEASE Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatments and prevention of heart disease. Presented by Dr. Desai, MD, with Parkway Primary Care. 86856 Fri Sep 18 1- 2 p.m. TIM RUSSERT'S REVENGE Ray Fritsch of Medical Screening Services will present a fast-paced talk titled "Tim Russert's Revenge: How to Beat the Press and Prevent Heart attack and Stroke". Tim Russert, award winning anchor of Meet the Press, died in 2008 of a heart attack less than two months after acing his cardiac test. You will be presented with a fresh, upbeat approach leaving the standard company-line from the national health organization far behind. Q & A will follow the 45 minute presentation. 86857 Wed Sep 23 12:30- 1:30 p.m. NUTRITION BASICS With so much information out there on how to eat right it is challenging to make sense of it all. Being healthy through diet can be tricky. Join this session to identify ways you can practice good health and eat well. 86859 Fri Oct 16 9:30-10:30 a.m. ARTHRITIS Get the facts on causes, symptoms, types and treatment. Presented by Samantha Herring of Extension of You Home Care. 86861 Fri Oct 23 9:30-10:30 a.m. CARE OPTIONS- WHERE TO BEGIN Designed to guide you through the journey of finding senior care and housing options from in-home assistance to residential living facilities. Presented by Nicci Franklin, Senior Advisor, A Place for Mom. 86858 Thu Nov 5 1- 2 p.m. HUMOR AND AGING Come discover how laughter really is the best medicine! Research shows us that humor and laughter play a very important role in how a person ages. Laughter not only helps us to keep things in perspective, but there are actual physical, social and psychological benefits that occur when we laugh. We all face challenges as we age and experience the aging of loved ones, discover how humor can help you cope along the way. Presented by AOS- At Home Care. 86862 Thu Nov 12 9:30-10:30 a.m. NOT FEELING "HOLLY JOLLY" FOR THE HOLIDAYS? Is your season not shaping up like a Norman Rockwell painting? Do you have places of hurt and loss in your life that make the holidays difficult? Then come join in on this educational presentation that not only recognizes those issues, but also share some strategies for coping without becoming- Grinch! Presented by Kristin Lassiter, MDiv, Heartland Health. 86860 Fri Dec 4 9:30-10:30 a.m. SPINAL STENOSIS Learn about treatment, symptoms, pain and more. Presented by Fonke Chiropractic. 86863 Thu Dec 10 9:30-10:30 a.m.

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