Do you have an ongoing health problem like arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, or lung disease? Does it stop you from doing the things you enjoy?
Learn what you can do to feel better and take control of your health!
Individuals living with conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, and asthma can learn to manage their own health with confidence.
Living Healthy, Living Well, a free evidence-based program from the Self-Management Resource Center, developed by Stanford University, will be held on Thursdays from March 1, 2018 to April 12. In the event of inclement weather, a snow date will be offered on April 19. The series is held from 2:30 to 5:00 pm each day at Mamakating Public LIbrary on 128 Sullivan Street, Wurtsboro, NY. Refreshments will be provided.
Participants are highly encouraged to attend the series in its entirety. Graduates will receive the book, “Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions,” a science-informed resource for continued self-management of chronic conditions.
Attendees will learn ways to reduce symptoms, like pain and fatigue, get around more easily, and engage in the activities they enjoy, for an improved quality of life. Bonnie Lewis, RN of Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) and Shawn Comfort of Action Toward Independence will present day-to-day techniques for self-management of multiple chronic health conditions and medical recommendations as well as complimentary enhancements to traditional clinical treatments.
Can't make it? Check the events listing for other offerings of this program in different areas.
Living Healthy, Living Well is free to the public. Space is limited for this free program and registration is required in advance. Registration can be completed by calling CCESC at 845-292-6180, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or using the link located on the left sidebar of this page. Additional donations for CCESC programs are appreciated.
This publication was supported by Cooperative Agreement Number NU58DP003982, funded by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Department of Health and Human Services.
In the event of special needs, contact CCESC at 845-292-6180.
128 Sullivan Street
Wurtsboro, NY 12790