WHEN A NURSING HOME IS NOT AN OPTION  Presentation

Tuesday, May 6 at 10:30am

RSVP 508-832-7799 if you plan to attend.

Clemintine Bjhiga, Summit ElderCare’s Outreach Coordinator, will explain Summit Eldercare as an option to keep yourself or a loved one out of a nursing home.

They help older adults remain living in the community as an alternative to moving to a nursing home. Summit ElderCare is a medical, insurance, and social support program for persons age 55 and older.  They’ll get personalized care and attention and comprehensive benefits.

HIP & KNEE PAIN Presentation

Wednesday, May 21 at 10:00am

RSVP 508-832-7799 if you plan to attend.

Learn about common causes of KNEE pain such as: Degeneration/Arthritis, Meniscal & Ligamentous injuries, Tendonitis and Joint replacement.  Also learn about common causes of HIP pain including: Hip anatomy & mechanics.  Sponsored by St. Vincent’s Hospital Auburn Physical Therapists Melissa Lussier & Lynn Movssession.

 

GENEALOGY JAMMING

6 Wednesdays, May 21 – June 25  

6:30 – 8:00pm

RSVP by Friday, May 16 if you plan to attend

508-832-7799

Cost: $5.00 per session (make checks payable to Town of Auburn)

This course covers basic genealogy concepts for researching and documenting one’s ancestors.

Topics include: General ideas to get started, use of records, organization of data, using online resources, where to go in the community to research family history, and one class meeting may include a field trip to a research site.  Instructor Craig Siulinski holds a Master’s degree in Education and has been involved in the study and practice of genealogy and family history since 2007.

 

BRAIN HEALTH Presentation

Wednesday, May 28 at 10:15am

RSVP 508-832-7799 if you plan to attend.

Did you know that your food choices can actually promote a Healthy Brain?

Sheron McKinstry RCD-LPN will share: Foods that help Memory, Importance of Antioxidants and Whole grains, and the Best Choices for Liquids to Drink.