The Guilford County December program has been cancelled. We are sorry for the inconvenience and hope to see you again in January!
This program will help adult children understand the complexities of discharge planning and services that may be provided in the home after hospitalization. This program offer practical tips that can be implemented to ensure the best outcomes for returning home after a hospital stay and keeping their older loved one in the home and community. […]
This program will help participants become aware of healthy movement and its impact on physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being, local resources that focus on supporting movement and exercise for an older population, and specific movement activities and exercises that will help stregnthen bodes and minds at all stages of aging.
This program will help adult-children understand the concept of aging in place, assess their parents’ homes for safety and accessibility concerns, and become familiar with potential home remodeling and modifications that can help make their parents’ dreams reality. Program presenter: Brian Keith, Certified Aging In Place (CAP) Specialist, Accessibility, Mobility, Repair & Rental Program Sponsor: […]
This program will help adult -Children understand various types of vision and hearing losses and their functional impact on daily living, the roles of various professionals who might be involved in diagnosing and treating hearing and vision loss and examples of aids, devices, technology, and support strategies that may help older adults live independently.