Join us every other Wednesday for a quick burst of facts and fun, all for your wellness! Tune in for 15-30 minutes each session to learn about topics such as preventing falls, healthy cooking, tips for organizing medicines, and much more. Sessions are presented online using Zoom.
Presentations have included a discussion on Bingocize, Fall Prevention Techniques, and California’s Dignity at Home Program. Presenters have outstanding credentials in their fields.
This every-other-week program is hosted by Christy Lau, Partner’s Senior Director of Community Wellness. Assisting her in organizing each session is the Community Wellness Department’s Project Manager Cassandre Manfre.
If you missed any of the presentations in this series, or would like to watch one another time, please click on any of the links below:
by Dr. Jason Crandall
Learn about this fun way to keep your mind engaged, your body active, have fun AND win great prizes! Partners offers Bingocize as a 10-week online health promotion program combining Bingo with fall prevention exercises and health education. Bingo games take place twice per week for one-hour.
by Jennifer Nulty, BSN, RN, CEN, PHN, MICN
Learn the best ways to keep yourself, your family, and friends safe at home from injuries connected to falls.
by Brian Carter
Learn how older adults in California may qualify for home modifications and fall prevention education and resources through their local Area Agency on Aging.
by Kimber Westmore
When Kimber began caregiving for her aging parents, she created PillMap to protect them from medication errors. PillMap can also be used to organize medications as a means of emergency preparedness.
by Christine Camargo
The Diabetes Prevention Program at Partners in Care Foundation Christine is passionate about connecting people with powerful tools proven to prevent or delay Type 2 diabetes.
by Carmen Karlsgodt
Carmen’s passion for healthy food comes from healing herself by using food as medicine and learning what causes inflammation in our bodies. An Independent Consultant with Arbonne International, she shares her belief in health from the inside out.
by Sue Lachenmayr, MPH and Dr. Matthew Lee Smith, Ph.D., MPH, CHES, FGSA, FAAHB
Malnutrition can cause substantial losses in lean body mass which make older folks more susceptible to falls. Without proper nutrition, they may not be able to successfully recover from falls and are at increased risk for hospital readmission. Because these people are not routinely screened for malnutrition, it often goes undiagnosed. Sue and Matthew talk about the importance of balanced nutrition in the prevention of falls and describe the key warning signs of inadequate nutrition.
by Amy Adams
Ms. Adams discusses the surprising ways prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, and supplements interact together and may affect your health. She has a B.A. in Gerontology from the University of Northern Colorado and 15+ years working on senior-related issues.
by Cheryl Tallman
Ms. Tallman shares her interest in nutrition education. She discusses how she applies what she learns to her company’s diverse range of products helping people of all ages understand how to get the best and the most out of what they eat.
by Amber Carroll Director
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by Allison Goforth
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