“The Aging Brain” via ZOOM for St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Columbia Heights, MN.
As we age, changes in our brain start to affect our memory. During this presentation we will explore the differences between normal versus not normal aging, teach you how to identify changes that may be concerning as well as how to slow the effects of aging.
To watch the recorded Zoom presentation, click here.
This ZOOM event is Presented by Interim Healthcare Home and Hospice, and sponsored by Chandler Place Senior Living and St. Anthony Health & Rehabilitation and St. Matthew Lutheran Church Parish Health and Wellness/Parish Nurse Ministry.
The following classes are offered virtually through Zoom by East Side Neighborhood Services.
Living Well with Diabetes
Wednesdays, July 15 – August 19, 2:30-4:30 pm Via Zoom Conferencing
Gain skills to live a healthier life! Living Well workshops are evidence-based, self-management workshops that meet two hours once a week for six weeks.
Living Well with Diabetes covers many topics including techniques to deal with symptoms of diabetes: fatigue, pain, hyper/hypoglycemia, stress, depression; healthy eating; exercise; medication usage; and working effectively with health care providers. Participants will set goals, share experiences, and help each other to solve problems they encounter.
To Register: use this link https://yourjuniper.org/Classes/Register/2083 or call us at 612-787-4086
Tai Ji Quan: Moving For Better Balance
Mondays & Thursdays, August 10 – October 15, 11:30 AM -12:30 PM Via Zoom Conferencing
This Tai Ji class reduces risk of falls by improving balance, muscle strength, flexibility, and mobility through mindful movements in a slow, flowing motion. The class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays for 12-weeks.
To Register: Use this link https://yourjuniper.org/Classes/Register/2093 or call us at 612-787-4086
Online Class from NAMI for families with children ages 10 and up
Families with children ages ten and up are invited to register now for the online screening of the documentary Angst at 7 pm on August 25.
This event will feature a viewing of the 56-minute film, followed by an informative panel discussion led by experts in the children’s mental health field.
While the film is free, there are only 1,000 viewing tickets. Registration is required.
Through candid interviews, the makers of Angst tell the stories of many kids and teens who discuss their anxiety and its impacts on their lives and relationships. The film also includes a special interview with Michael Phelps, a mental health advocate and one of the greatest athletes of all-time. While Angst documents the struggles some people have with anxiety, it also reveals their hope for the future. Noah, a teenager in the film, describes it this way: “Anxiety doesn’t define me. It’s not just a curse; it also gives me strength.”
This screening is made possible through the financial support of NAMI Dakota County, NAMI Hennepin County, NAMI Ramsey County, NAMI Washington County, and NAMI Minnesota. For more information, please email email@example.com.