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Arthritis Workshops The Arthritis Society encourages all people living with arthritis to be informed and involved in their treatment process. In this series of workshops, become better informed on facing challenges and on living well with arthritis.

Understanding Arthritis Knowledge is power when you get a better understanding of how arthritis really affects your body and how you can manage the effects to make your life easier. at Glen Pine Pavilion Th (1) Jan 11

1 – 3:30 p.m.

603757

Chronic Pain Management Understand chronic pain management, different coping methods, and how to take an active role in your pain management. at Glen Pine Pavilion M (1) Jan 29

1 – 3:30 p.m.

603749

Exercising Control Over Arthritis Motion is lotion! Learn about the vital benefits of staying active to manage arthritis and maintain joint mobility, and options to keep you moving! at Glen Pine Pavilion W (1) Feb 7

1 – 3:30 p.m.

603759

Setting Life Goals Make 2018 the year to set new life goals and bring dreams closer to reality by identifying intentions and breaking down barriers. Instructor: Mette Drager, Life Coach. at Glen Pine Pavilion Tu

(1)

Jan 16

1 – 3 p.m.

$10.00

616951

Tips, Tricks & Tools to Manage Your Arthritis While arthritis can make daily activities challenging and painful, learn about and try the many tools, gadgets and techniques to help make daily tasks easier. at Glen Pine Pavilion Th (1) Feb 15

1 – 3:30 p.m.

603758

Restorative Justice

Stop Infection & Live Healthy Learn about infectious diseases, how you get them and how to prevent the spread of infection. Includes information about common infections for older adults, recommended vaccinations for adults, the value of hand washing and 10 Essential Health Tips For Seniors. Presenter: Fatma Taha, MD, MScP, MPH, Big Hearts Homecare.

Restorative Justice is an alternative approach to the current justice system, which does not always adequately meet the needs of the accused, the victim or the community. Highlight the 3Rs: Repair the Harm, Resolve the Conflict and Restore the Balance; and learn about the program in Coquitlam. Q&A to follow presentation. Instructor: Gurinder Mann, Executive Director, Communities Embracing Restorative Action (CERA).

at Dogwood Pavilion

at Glen Pine Pavilion

David Tracey, a consultant with Tree City Canada Association, is an author, environmental designer and ISA-certified arborist. David will talk about Eco Urbanism – his aim, to make the world greener and better. David is the author of Vancouver Tree Book – A Living City Field Guide. For information 604-931-3433. Presented by Coquitlam Dogwood Garden Club.

M

(1) Jan 15

10 – 11:30 a.m.

616260

W

(1)

7 – 8:30 p.m.

616261

Feb 7

at Dogwood Pavilion F

(1)

Mar 9

1 – 2:30 p.m.

605982

Tu

(1)

Jan 16

1:15 – 3:15 p.m.

615597

at Glen Pine Pavilion W

(1)

Jan 17

615724

10 – 11:30 a.m.

Dogwood Garden Club: Eco Urbanism

at Dogwood Pavilion

Homeopathy: Slips & Falls/Sprains & Strains

Tu

With winter weather the risk of slipping and falling increases as well as the chances of a sprain or strain. Learn how to use readily available homeopathic remedies to help you with minor ailments. Instructor: Lucy DiPieri, Serenity Homeopathic. at Glen Pine Pavilion

(1)

Jan 16

7 p.m.

Investment Insights: The Nuts & Bolts of Stocks

Tu

(1) Jan 16

11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

606181

Basic information to help investors evaluate if stocks fit into their overall strategy. Presentation discusses common versus preferred stock, dividends, investment strategy and different ways to own stock. Instructor: James Leung, Edward Jones

Tu

(1)

7 – 8:30 p.m.

606182

Th

Jan 16

Course fees do not include applicable taxes.

(1)

Jan 18

2 – 3:30 p.m.

616942

Program Guide Winter/Spring 2018

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2018 Winter | Spring Program Guide  

Enjoy getting and staying active will winter and spring programs and activities.

2018 Winter | Spring Program Guide  

Enjoy getting and staying active will winter and spring programs and activities.