April 23, 2017
If you help a relative, friend or neighbor with household chores, errands, personal care, transportation or finances, you are a caregiver.
Learn the art of staying healthy and happy on your caregiving journey in this 12-week course.
Take advantage of this FREE national pilot program
Open to the community • Ages 55+
1. Caregiver Perspectives on Aging Mastery®
2. Navigating Longer Lives: The Basics of Aging Mastery®
3. Exercise and You
5. Healthy Eating and Hydration
6. Financial Fitness
7. Advance Planning
8. Healthy Relationships
9. Medication Management
10. Community Engagement
11. Falls Prevention
12. Caregiver Playbook: Planning, Connecting and Doing
Squirrel Hill: April 23-July 16
Sundays • 10 AM-noon • Room 202
South Hills: April 24-July 17
Mondays • 7-8:30 PM • JCC South Hills Social Hall
To register, contact Marsha Mullen 412-339-5415
The Aging Mastery Program (AMP)® through AgeWell at the JCC, is developed by the National Council on Aging (NCOA)
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