Better Choices, Better Health Workshop Series

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Are you interested in tools to help you or someone you love manage a chronic condition and live a healthier life? Better Choices, Better Health is a free series of health workshops for anyone dealing with a chronic health condition like diabetes, asthma, COPD, heart disease, depression, or high cholesterol. Come to this Stanford University-developed class to learn about mental and physical health in a supportive environment and gain the tools to help you achieve your personal health goals!  More information about the program, its origins and research on its benefits, can be found on Stanford’s website and The Health Trust’s website.

Those who attend these interactive workshop will get a toolbox of skills including:

  • Dealing with pain and fatigue and frustration
  • Weight management
  • How to get a good night’s sleep
  • Communicating with family, friends and health professionals
  • How to read food labels and improve nutrition
  • Decision making and goal setting
  • Communicating with family, friends and health professionals

***Refreshments will be provided

The class meets for six weeks staring Oct. 8th, and participants must join by the second week at latest.  All meetings are Saturdays 10:30am-1:00pm. After completing at least four sessions, you will receive a free textbook and relaxation CD as part of the course.

Register online or call 408-961-9877 to register.   You may also register by phone or in person at the Union City Library Reference Desk (510-745-1464, ext. 5).

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