Living Well with Chronic Conditions in Southern Oregon Serving Jackson, Josephine, Douglas, Curry & Coos Counties

  
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Now serving Jackson and Josephine Counties

Put Life Back In Your Life

"I was tired. I hurt all the time. It felt like my health problems were telling me what I could and couldn't do.  Living Well With Chronic Conditions workshops put me back in charge."

"Now I have the energy to do the things that matter.
I've put life back in my life."

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This is a workshop series that shows you how to take small manageable steps toward healthier living and improve your ability to manage day-to-day activities of life.
  Thousands have benefited...you can too.

Workshops are ongoing and registration is required
   Limited to 8-15 participants for each 6-week series
Held on the same day each week for 2 1/2 hours

For a brief introduction to the workshops, click on http://restartliving.org/learnHowItWorks.php for a video from the
National Council on Aging.

For Schedules, Registration & Information

Call: 541-864-9611

 or click on CONTACTS for an email address

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March 4th, 2009
Living Well With Chronic Conditions in Southern Oregon
was awarded
 at the 4th Oregon Annual Living Well Forum
The "Outstanding Practice Award"

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Are you interested in volunteering your time
to co-lead Living Well workshops?

CALL: 541-864-9611

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Watch this space for future announcements


Now offering Living Well Workshop Series in Jackson and Josephine  Counties

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Other educational offerings for Living Well in Southern Oregon...

Strong Women -- A Tufts University program developed by Dr. Marion Nelson is offering daily strength training classes. Women (and men) participate in 45-minutes to 1 hour of prescribed strength training routines using free weights and leg weights, which are provided as part of the cost of the class. Participants in these classes have realized improvements in endurance, balance, flexibility and overall strength.

WATCH:  Community Cable Television’s Extension Program “Healthy Living”. Time changed to 2nd Thursday of each month, aired at 6 pm and re-broadcast through-out the month. Web site: www.roguetv.org. Hosted by OSU Extension faculty, Sharon Johnson.

READ:  Sharon Johnson’s Healthy Aging column runs weekly, on Tuesdays, in the Medford Mail Tribune, Healthy Living Section www.mailtribune.com.

  

 

 

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Stanford University developed the program.
Brought to you through a partnership of local health & human services providers in collaboration with
The Rogue Valley Council of Governments' Senior & Disability Services

 

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Please contact the Stanford Patient Education Research Center to obtain a license to provide the Chronic Disease Self-management Program.
Copyright (c)1999, 2006, The Board of Trustees, Leland Stanford Junior University, All rights reserved.
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Revised: May 29th, 2013