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Physical Health: The Power of Action
March 3, 12-1pm EST
Speaker: Rita Losee, ScD, RN
Physical Fitness does not need to be an unreachable goal. People with varying levels of fitness can improve their overall health and wellness through goal setting, motivational triggers, and by having a lifestyle mindset.
Spiritual Health: The Power of Spiritual Aging
March 10, 12-1pm EST
Speaker: Rev. Joanna Seibert, MD
Spirituality is a personal practice that considers individual beliefs to help guide one’s understanding of and connection to the greater community. Explore strategies for living in the present, finding your supple heart, and understanding ways to honor and forgive those you have loved.
Story Health: The Power of Who We Are
March 17, 12-1pm EST
Speaker: Diane Atwood, Catching Health
Story-telling has been used for thousands of years, as a way to pass down knowledge and history. Every person has a story that is worth telling. Explore ways to tell your story by learning about basic story elements and considering a variety of story prompts to get you started.
Social Health: The Power of Connections
March 24, 12-1pm EST
Poor quality relationships and limited interactions with others not only affect our feelings and sense of worth, they cause physiological damage to our bodies in the form of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, depression, and ultimately, early death. Explore ways to maintain solid connections with others, especially during these times through a Social Connection Plan. Speaker: Patricia Oh, LMSW, PhD
Cognitive Health: The Power of Lifelong Learning
March 31, 12-1pm EST
Speaker: Nicci Kobritz, Geriatric Nurse Practitioner
Lifelong learning is very important to improving cognition. Cognitive function includes the ability to think, reason and judge. It also depends on the health and fitness of the brain. Explore how to adapt important lifestyle interventions known to improve brain fitness while optimizing the benefits of lifelong learning.
Emotional Health: The Power of Resilience
April 7, 12-1pm EST
Speaker: Suellen Nadeau, PMHCNS, BC,CWP, CMHIMP, RYT
Stress can have a significant impact on one’s physical, mental, and spiritual health. Explore practical strategies to negate the feelings associated with stress through mindfulness skills and strength-based practices.
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