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Resources Pages Updated -- Please Check!
There is LOTS of good info there. If you have not browsed the Resources
pages for a while, please do. You'll be pleasantly surprised.
2017-18 "Take Care Guide" Now Posted (click HERE)
Shop on Amazon? You Can Help the Senior Village
Amazon has a special program that will donate
0.5% of your eligible purchases (most of them)
to the charity of your choice. It's easy. Just go
to
smile.amazon.com and log on. In the box
indicated, enter Senior Village at SaddleBrooke
as your designated charity. That's all it takes,
and every little bit helps support the work of the
Senior Village. Sign up now, and tell a friend!
HNO - Feb 26 at MtView: Stroke Signs & Symptoms
Are you at risk for stroke? It’s an important question for every-
one because stroke is the leading cause of death and long
term disability in America today.Understanding the risk factors
is the first step in helping prevent strokes. At Health Night Out
on February 26, Dr. Sarah Sullivan, board-certified neurologist,
will explain the risk factors for strokes and what you can do to
minimize them. Dr. Sullivan will also offer guidelines to recog-
nize the signs and symptoms of a stroke. Please click
HERE   
for more information.
Dr. Sullivan
A video of the Medicare sponsored educational program presented by Vivian
Cullen on Januiary 17, 2018 is now posted. Click
HERE to see it.
Diabetes Empowerment Education Program (DEEP)
Health Fair Needs Coordinator of Volunteers - Now!
The Health Fair Planning Committee needs a Volun-
teer Coordinator to join the team for this year’s Octo-
ber Health Fair. This person must have strong inter-
personal skills to recruit and communicate with volun-
teers and interact with the planning team. Some fami-
liarity with Excel and e-mail will be useful. During the
year, there are monthly planning meetings and one
or two orientation meetings in September. This year’s Health Fair will be held
Saturday, October 13.To learn more, please contact Committee Chair, Ken
Siarkiewicz at
kenarizona@q.com
The Alzheimer's Association is starting an early-stage support group in Catalina.
We have the facilitators and are now looking for more participants. If you, or
anyone you know, is in the early stages of dementia,
please contact Lisa at
the Desert Southwest Chapter to be interviewed for this new group.
Their number is 520-322-6601
New Alzheimer's Support Group Forming in Catalina