At this FREE legal seminar, Elder Law Attorney Edward "Ted" Beasley will discuss how to protect your house and lifetime savings from a prolonged nursing home stay, how to avoid probate, plus strategies for passing assets safely and efficiently. Attorney Beasley, former chairman of the American Bar Association's Elder Law Committee, presents this lively and engaging seminar in everyday language, and there will be plenty of time for questions. Please call 1-800-370-5010 to register for this FREE program. Sponsored by Beasley and Ferber, PA.
What happens after you go to Social Security to apply for and begin receiving Medicare benefits? What else needs to be done? Where do you go? All these questions and more can be answered by a qualified Medicare Coordinator who will be available to answer your questions and guide you through the intricate ins and outs. Call ServiceLink at 644-2240 to reserve your place. Sponsored by ServiceLink.
Dementia Live is an innovative program designed by a team of nationally recognized dementia experts. This program gives participants a real-life simulation of what it's like to live with dementia. We are at a crossroads of understanding aging and dementia. It is a worldwide phenomenon that affects nearly all of society weather they struggle directly or indirectly. Sign-up for your dementia simulation at the front desk, space is limited. Presented by The Arbors at Bedford.
The Senior Center collected and made handmade hats, mittens and scarves. These donated items were distributed to children in Manchester to help them keep warm this winter. Thank you to everyone who participated, especially those in our knitting and crochet group. Your efforts have made a difference to our community.
There is nothing better than warming up with a hot cup of tea and pastries. Sign-up at the front desk to enjoy this social gathering or call 624-6533 as space is limited.
Forever Young exercise program is an 8 week program sponsored by Manchester Community College at the Senior Center that is back by popular demand. Sign-up at the front desk or call 624-6533 for this personalized exercise program with the option to try a variety of workouts for your fitness level. Sponsored by Manchester Community College.
Food, Mood and Attitude: What's the connection? Can your diet really help put you in a good mood? And can what you choose to eat or drink encourage bad moods or mild depression? While certain diets or foods may not ease depression (or put you instantly in a better mood), they may help as part of an overall treatment plan. There's more and more research indicating that, in some ways, diet may influence mood. Recipes and food sampling included. Sign-up at the front desk or call 624-6533. Sponsored by Visiting Nurse Association of Manchester and Southern New Hampshire.
Every month Chris is here to perform FREE hearing screenings, clean your hearing aid (s), perform minor repairs and answer any questions that you may have regarding hearing aids, etc. Chris is also able to get batteries for your devices at an affordable price. Check with him before purchasing your batteries at a local department store. Please sign-up at the front desk or call 603-624-6533 to reserve your spot. Sponsored by Affordable Hearing.
Free! Blood pressure is an important screening as high blood pressure usually has no symptoms. It can't be detected without being measured, and greatly increases your risk of heart disease and stroke. Rivier University Nurse Practitioner students will be offering free blood pressure screenings. There will also be an opportunity to help the students learn about your emotional experience as an older adult, by taking a brief survey. Sponsored by Rivier University.
This group meets every Friday for socialization as well as learning new techniques in fiber crafts. Every year the Senior Center participates in Making hats and mittens for local children. Come see what it's all about!
Join local artist, Anthony Williams for some instruction in painting Friday mornings. All levels and abilities welcome. Anthony is happy to help build your skills and create masterpieces. All supplies are provided for this 2 hour class.
Please refer to our handbook regarding inclement weather. If school is canceled it may be a good sign that the weather will continue to make driving treacherous. Please don't take any unnecessary risks. Your safety is our first and only concern. Please note that SJCS-Meals on Wheels program does cancel home deliveries as well as congregate dining. Cancelations are announced on local TV and radio stations. Listen to WZID or watch WMUR for cancellations.
Are you diabetic? Did you know that one of your Medicare benefits includes a FREE pair of shoes and inserts every year? Call Leanne at 828-6762 to schedule an appointment for your fitting. Sponsored by Step Lightly.
Home Health and Hospice Foot Care Clinics help to maintain healthy feet that allow us to be active, reduce the risk of falls and decrease complications of diabetes and poor circulation. The foot clinic service includes a foot soak, trim and file nails, assessment of general foot health, a foot massage, foot care education and a referral to physicians when necessary. The foot clinic is staffed with licensed professionals that include RN's, LPN's and LNA's. Please call Addie Perez at 603-689-2899 to schedule at appointment. Fee is $30.00 payable at time of service.
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Qi Gong is our NEWEST Health and Wellness program. Qi Gong is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times , often stretching the body, improving balance, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves through space. This 60 minute class will include 45 minutes of gentle movements followed by a simple meditation and reflection. No prior Qi Gong knowledge is required and movements are adaptable to any level of physical activity.
Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support. Chair Yoga is a perfect way to relax from head to toe without the stress of getting out of your chair.
Mediation in motion, Tai Chi promotes serenity through gentle flowing movements. Improves balance, increases range of motion, strengthens the body, and cleanses the mind. No prior Tai Chi knowledge is required and movements are adaptable to any level of physical activity.
Adult Coloring is more than just a fun pass time it can relieve stress and reduce anxiety. It also stimulates the analytical and creative areas of the brain. The instructor keeps the class interesting by teaching various techniques and tools. Classes take place Mondays at 10:00 AM.