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FOCUS WELLNESS on

A publication of the Dominican Hospital Foundation and Dominican Hospital Community Health Education Program

What's New at Dominican?

New Giving Society Focused on Women's Health

WINTER 2018/2019

PEP CATALOG INSIDE!

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contents CONTENTS

Winter 2018/2019 Volume 1, Issue1

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TONY AVELAR PHOTOGRAPHY

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DOMINICAN HOSPITAL FOUNDATION NEWS

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DONOR APPRECIATION

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I MPROVING THE HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE: A DEDICATION

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F OUNDATION SUPPORTS NEW PEDIATRIC GYM

12  E LEVATING THE HUMAN SPIRIT THROUGH ART

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PEP SECTION 20

YOUTH SYMPOSIUM

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GET ON YOUR BIKE

25 H  OW TO SURVIVE THE HOLIDAYS WITHOUT ADDING A PANT SIZE 26

T HE POWER OF COMMUNITY

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P  ROMOTING CALM IN AN ANXIOUS TIME… WE MOVED

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A  NEW VOICE FOR WOMEN

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T HE CUTTING EDGE OF HEALTH CARE

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M  ARC MONTE’S LEGACY GIFT

PEP CATALOG

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C  ONTACT US

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H  OMEGROWN HERO

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PEP COURSES

On the cover: Jen Beck occupational therapist with Tyler Briend (pediatric patient) Published by: Stephanie Lutz Publishing, LLC

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PRESIDENT'S LETTER

Board of Directors 2018-2019

BY CAROL LEZIN

Dear members of our community, Carol Lezin, President Ted Burke, Past President Allison Niday, Vice President Jim Thompson, Vice President Michael Hollister, Vice President David Jacobs, Treasurer Dean Austin, Secretary Michael Alexander, MD Steve Allen Joe Appenrodt Annie Asche Gary Benito Jared Bogaard Lawrence Brenner Joe Burton Marshall Delk Beverly Grova Tiffany Hammer Rema Hanna, MD Ciara Harraher, MD Magdy Ismail, MD Don Jackson Julie Jaffe, MD Dean Kashino, MD Patty Kubo Lezin, MD Susan MacMillan Roy Martinez, MD Nanette Mickiewicz, MD Ken Morena Timothy Morgan Randall Nacamuli, MD Martina O’Sullivan Jarl Saal Pam Santacroce Rodney Terra Jr. Jill Wilson Nancy Woolf

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his issue of FOCUS represents a significant change with the Dominican Hospital Foundation now partnering with the Dominican Hospital PEP program on each issue. The name change from FOCUS on Health to FOCUS on Wellness reflects healthcare’s intent to increase preventive health. The classes and correlating articles do just that and we hope you take advantage of the opportunity to create and healthier and happier you. The first part of this issue highlights the work of the Foundation and the generosity of the community in improving the hospital’s programs and services. This is followed by the PEP class listings and articles regarding hospital developments. As an organization, we reach for the stars with the new robotic technology just funded, and we ground ourselves in the beauty of the new Norman & Maureen Benito Surgery Courtyard with its waterfall, flowing water and lush plantings. Many community members joined us as we welcomed back the koi and the turtles in October with a dedication and blessing. In an effort to bring a greater emphasis to women’s healthcare, you will read about our new women’s giving society, Women of Wellness, which is off to a strong start. I am encouraged by the amazing women who are working to launch this new council and the more than thirty founding members that are defining the group’s impact. As we continue to engage and connect our community, I know you will enjoy reading about the art partnership with the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History. And I know you will enjoy viewing the artwork that is displayed throughout the hospital. As always, your support is deeply appreciated.

Carol Lezin President Dominican Hospital Foundation FOCUS ON WELLNESS | 3


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DONOR APPRECIATION

Left: In appreciation for their support of the Katz Cancer Resources Center through the Pink Patch Project, members of the Watsonville Police spend a lovely afternoon at Dominican Hospital Foundation’s Donor Appreciation Event. Left to right: David Honda, Chief of Police; Angela Terra; Nanette Mickiewicz, MD, Dominican Hospital President; Angelica Jauregui; and Anthony Magdayao, Police Captain. Right: Dr. Tony Calciano and Foundation President Carol Lezin enjoy a beautiful afternoon at the Chaminade Resort and Spa for Donor Appreciation.

Left: Patricia Hogan-Le Gear, massage therapist, provides relaxing chair massages at Donor Appreciation, showcasing the hospital massage program available to visitors, employees and physicians, a program supported and funded by the Dominican Hospital Foundation. Center: Paul and Emily Rangell of Rhythm Rangellers, provide a lovely set of harmonious music for a memorable afternoon. Right: Dr. Nanette Mickiewicz expresses her gratitude to attending donors, explaining what a difference donations make in providing Dominican Hospital the opportunity to keep pace with new technologies and programs to serve our local community.

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Improving the Hospital Experience: A Dedication The Norman And Maureen Benito Surgery Courtyard, Isabel Wallace Bartfield Terrace, Surgery Lobby And Consult Room Celebrated On October 21, 2018 A special thanks to the Healing Courtyard Committee: Joe Burton, Chair, Dr. Keith McKenzie, Vice-Chair, Chip Bogaard, Michael DeArmond, Sarah Edmundson, Michael Hollister, Carolyn Hyatt, Janet Krassow, Sister Mary Ellen Leciejewski, Dr. Patty Kubo Lezin, Jared Marks, Ken Morena, Timothy Morgan, Nancy Woolf

Maureen Benito named the courtyard in honor of her husband Norman. The Benito’s have a long history with Dominican going back to the original Sisters Hospital. 6 | FOCUS ON WELLNESS


Dedication The Norman and Maureen Benito Courtyard was designed by Joni Janecki, Architect and constructed by FTG contractor. Allied Landscaping did the planting. Bogard Construction built the Surgery Lobby and Terrace, designed by HGA.

Plantronics helped by naming the pond in the new courtyard where our koi and turtles will return from their “staycation� at Frederick Street. The Monterey Bay Koi Club is offering their volunteer expertise to insure the best possible environment for our pond inhabitants. Joe Burton, CEO, chairs the Healing Courtyard committee.

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The new Terrace is named in honor of Isabel Wallace Bartfield by her husband, Lou. Isabel worked as a nurse and the terrace provides the hospital’s only public outdoor space on the second floor.

Gary Benito and Rodney Terra Jr. blessing the Surgery Courtyard. Over 630 community members, employees, physicians, businesses and foundations have donated to the Healing Courtyard Initiative providing soothing respite and therapeutic benefits.

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Sister Rita led the blessing of the new area with the assistance of Sister Adrienne. Hospital employees and community participated. A reception followed with donations of Driscolls berries and music by Joe Ferraro.


Dedication

Michael and Denine Butcher named the Consult Room in honor of parents, Poppi and Nonni. Mike and Denine felt the opportunity for physicians to meet privately with family and friends to review surgery outcomes was essential.

Physicians have actively participated in this project and a special donor wall in the Surgery Lobby recognizes their support. The glass etched panels were designed and created by Heather Glass.

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New Rehabilitation Center

Foundation Supports New Pediatric Gym or years, Santa Cruz County’s pediatricians, and physical and occupational therapists faced an unexpected challenge when treating young children with spectrum disorder, sensory processing and motor coordination issues. “Part of the way to assess a child is by watching them in an environment—what they seek and avoid—and we didn’t really have the space to do that before,” says occupational therapist Beth Ralston. “We couldn’t get the full picture.” When Dominican Hospital sought a new location to house its Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, the space for a new pediatric

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therapy area was included in the plans. After a long search, the hospital acquired the former Sports Authority building on Madrone Street in Santa Cruz. Now completely remodeled, the new center provides therapists and patients the ample space they need to learn and play. Although, space wasn’t the only obstacle for therapists and patients. The center’s staff needed equipment to fill the new pediatric gym. The Dominican Hospital Foundation was eager to help and provided the funding to make it a reality. “The Foundation has always been extremely supportive of rehabilitation work, and we are very grateful for that,” says Program Director Leah Santos.

Through a generous donation from PG&E’s Better Together Giving Program, the new pediatric gym now has balance beams, swings, crash pads, and even a climbing wall.

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“ You can do so much with each piece of equipment,” says Occupational Therapist Jen Beck. “For example, the climbing wall helps with strengthening and motor planning, which is a huge problem for some kids. But if you can work on those challenges when they’re young, in a safe space, it makes all the difference.”

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Art Partnership with the MAH Members of the art committee are seen assisting to select and move artwork from the MAH to Dominican Hospital. From left to right: Dr. Patty Kubo Lezin, Marla Novo, Archives and Collections Catalyst - MAH, Betsy Andersen, Mary Anne Carson

Sponsor Spotlight: Dick Peixoto

Elevating the Human Spirit through Art A Partnership between the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History and the Dominican Hospital Foundation. he Dominican Hospital Foundation and the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH) have joined forces to present Elevating the Human Spirit through Art: a long-term display throughout the hospital of art from the museum’s permanent collection. Included are primarily, local artists such as Don Weygandt, Futzie Nutzle, Katherine Metz, Cor de Gavere, Henrietta Shore and more. The purpose of the partnership is to display art to enhance and humanize the hospital environment for patients, families, staff, physicians and the community.

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William Dole / Ways & Means, 1981 / Collage Collection of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH)


"VARIETY OF FORM AND BRILLIANCY OF COLOR IN THE OBJECT PRESENTED TO PATIENTS ARE AN ACTUAL MEANS OF RECOVERY.” — Florence Nightingale

Working with the MAH, the Foundation will be borrowing, on long-term loan, 30 pieces of two-dimensional art to place throughout the hospital. The first pieces will be installed in and around the new Surgery Lounge. A new art committee is working to bring art that is calming, uplifting and supportive of the hospital’s efforts to create a healing environment that incorporates nature and art. Recent studies have shown that art can have a beneficial effect on health. “Arts in health and healing is the integration of any art form to a wide variety of healthcare and community settings for therapeutic, educational, and expressive purposes and has been proven to benefit patients, their families, and their caregivers.” —American Council for the Arts We hope our visitors, patients, physicians and staff receive calming benefits viewing this new art throughout the hospital.

Peter Loftus / Sunset Under Fog–Lighthouse Field, 1991 / Oil on canvas Collection of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH)

With the help of Santa Cruz Moving Services, artwork selected from the collection of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH) was carefully relocated to Dominican Hospital.

Betsy Andersen, Executive Director of Museo Eduardo Carrillo, has facilitated the donation of major works by former UCSC art professor, Kathryn (Kay) Metz. As a grateful patient, Kathryn donated her art in recognition of the care provided by nurses at Dominican. Her donation includes both large and small oil paintings, woodcuts and watercolors. FOCUS ON WELLNESS | 13


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Women Making a Difference Allison Niday (right), Chair of the Women of Wellness 7 Council, with Vice Chair Toby Alexander.

Women of Wellness Founding Members

A New Voice for Women ominican Hospital was founded by the Adrian Dominican Sisters more than 75 years ago, has been led by women ever since, and continues to be a welcoming place for women’s voices to be heard. While the hospital offers a wide range of high-quality services specifically for women, Dominican’s goal is to continue to expand and improve upon these services. To help further that goal, the Dominican Hospital Foundation formed a brand-new Women of Wellness (WoW) Council. “The goal of our new WoW Council will be to encourage a broad range of women to get involved and help chart the course for the hospital's future with regard to women’s health needs,” says Women of Wellness chair, Allison Niday. “At the same time, this group will be exposed to the wide array of services currently available, as well as the potential for new or expanded services to be offered in the future.”

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The Women of Wellness Council is a giving society that requires an annual donation of $1,000 for membership. The council will meet a few times a year to examine the health issues in the community, understand the desires of hospital staff to enhance its services and support the funding needed to do so, and develop and grow personal relationships. Once a year, the council will decide how to direct its monies to expand or improve women’s health programs at the hospital. “There will also be a significant educational component to the Council,” says Niday. “Even after being a patient or family member of a patient at Dominican for years, I honestly was impressed with the high quality of services we offer to our community. We rank at the highest levels across the nation in cardiac care, cancer care and obstetrics/gynecology. I would love to get women excited about what we are doing, and even more excited

Allison Niday, Chair Toby Alexander, Vice Chair Maureen Benito Valerie Benito Linda Calciano, Ph.D. Marina Camarlinghi Gail Carhart-Scofield Ginny Clark Mary Culley Sonya Drotter Sarah Edmundson Sandra Eldridge Michele Fahrner Kathy Finnigan Eileen Goodwin Karen Gosling Beverly Grova Deidre Hamilton Tiffany Hammer Carolyn Hyatt Julie Jaffe, M.D. Patty Kubo Lezin, M.D. Carol Lezin Mary Rose Mackenzie Nanette Mickiewicz, M.D. Martina O'Sullivan Erica Padilla-Chavez Elizabeth Rafietari Linda Roberts Julie Scurfield Ginny Solari Mazry Sienna Titen, M.D. Rachel Wedeen Sharon Willoughby NancyWoolf

about what we could be doing.” The WoW Council has launched with more than 35 founding members with a goal of 100 members the first year. If you are interested, please call the Dominican Hospital Foundation at (831) 462-7712.

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Latest Technology

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n June 2018, the Dominican Hospital acquired the advanced da Vinci Xi surgical robot with the aid of nearly $2 million in community donations to the Dominican Hospital Foundation. “The hospital’s staff and patients are already discovering the benefits from this cutting-edge surgical robot,” says Dominican Hospital President, Nanette Mickiewicz, M.D. “We are grateful for the Dominican Foundation and their help in making this technology available to our community.” With the addition of the da Vinci Xi, the Dominican Hospital’s specially trained surgeons now have increased dexterity, the power to examine areas under surgery with an enhanced 3-D view, the ability to make body parts "glow" with Firefly fluorescence imaging, and an extra

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pair of hands they can always rely on. “It gives you a third arm,” says obstetrician Dr. Sienna Titen. That’s what the robot does. It allows me to perform a difficult surgery on my own.” In the short time since the Xi was added to Dominican’s robotic program, surgeons have utilized the advanced technology for gynecologic, urologic, cardiac, and general procedures, among many others. “Having the new robot at Dominican to serve the communities of Santa Cruz is a good example of the top-notch care that the hospital provides locally,” says Vice President of Strategy and Business Development, Susan MacMillan. “Robotic procedures mean better patient outcomes, from reduced scarring, to shorter recovery times. We want our community to be healthy, and quicker recoveries from surgery is part of that.”

Dominican Hospital Foundation acquires the da Vinci Xi surgical robot for hospital Dr. Sienna Titen specializes in obstetrics and gynecology, and is seen here training on the new da Vinci Xi.

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The Cutting Edge of Health Care

The da Vinci Xi is optimized for complex four-quadrant surgery featuring revolutionary anatomical access, crystal clear 3DHD vision—further enhancing the vision, precision and control of the surgical procedure.

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Leave A Legacy

“My gift also reflects the gratitude I have for the care received by both my parents from the great medical staff at Dominican. I encourage you to join me in the Legacy Society, insuring that our community continues to enjoy a high level of healthcare for all.” – Marc Monte, Owner, Deluxe Foods

Why I made a Legacy Gift s a proud member of the Bob Swenson Legacy Society, I have made a decision to establish a trust that will benefit Dominican Hospital and a number of other charities with annual donations for decades after I am gone. I have chosen Dominican as a major recipient of the trust because I deeply love this community and believe support for Dominican will provide a very beneficial impact to a wide range of our citizenry.

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Leave a lasting legacy. Become a Bob Swenson Legacy Society Member The Bob Swenson Legacy Society is a special circle of individuals who have informed Dominican Hospital Foundation, confidentially and in writing, that they have included us in their estate plans. The Bob Swenson Legacy Society is a tribute to the Foundations first president and is here to recognize, honor and thank those who have included

a legacy gift while they are still with us.

There are many ways to give and no amount is too small. For more information about the Bob Swenson Legacy Society, contact Beverly Grova, VP of Philanthropy at (831) 462-7712 Beverly.Grova@dignityhealth.org 1555 Soquel Drive, Santa Cruz, CA 95065 www.supportdominican.org

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Celebrating the 21st Annual Jon E. Nadherny/Calciano Memorial Youth Symposium Friday, March 1, 2019 8:45am – 3:45pm Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Cocoanut Grove Grand Ballroom

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he objective of this year’s symposium is to explore the opiate epidemic. Presentations regarding the current range, impact, and preventive strategies based on scientific, treatment, community and personal/family experiences will be reviewed and discussed at this comprehensive symposium with both national and local considerations. The keynote speakers are David Thomas, PhD and Sarah Duffy, PhD – Health Science Administrators for the National Institutes on Drug Abuse / NIH Pain Consortium. They will be joined by Shaina Zura, LCSW, Chief of Substance Use Disorders Services in Santa Cruz County to look at the local issues and discuss identification, treatment, prevention and coordination of care. To ensure that we examine this multifactorial topic from all perspectives, the morning speakers will be joined in the afternoon by local experts for a panel discussion with questions from the audience. This program will be of interest to medical and mental health professionals as well as educators, law enforcement personnel, parents and students.

OPIATE USE: Mental Health Considerations for Recovery and Hope Please visit calcianoyouthsymposium.org for more information. To register visit supportdominican. org/symposium. The $75 registration fee includes lunch and complimentary parking. The Jon E. Nadherny/Calciano Memorial Youth Symposium has brought world-renowned speakers and local experts together for 21 years in order to improve the lives of adolescents, young adults and their families in Santa Cruz County.

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Contact Us 1555 Soquel Drive, Santa Cruz, CA 95065 GivingToDominican@DignityHealth.org

831.462.7712 Visit: supportdominican.org

facebook.com/DominicanHospitalFoundation.org

Beverly Grova Vice President of Philanthropy Beverly.Grova@DignityHealth.org

Alexandra Van Zanen Manager of Philanthropy Annual Gifts Alexandra.VanZanen@DignityHealth.org

Anthony Pagliaro Manager of Philanthropy Operations Anthony.Pagliaro@DignityHealth.org

Samantha Polizzi Development Specialist Samantha.Polizzi@DignityHealth.org

Susi Ballard Development Specialist ll Susi.Ballard@DignityHealth.org

Guinevere Espinoza-Krebs Administrative Assistant Guinvere.Espinoza-Krebs@DignityHealth.org


Sponsor Spotlight: Dick Peixoto

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“Several restaurants in Watsonville went out of business over the years, and people didn’t have a place to go out to dinner,” says Peixoto. “So we opened California Grill to fill that void and keep people here in Watsonville.”

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in high school, Peixoto rented his first parcels of farmland in the Pajaro Valley. Twenty years later, Peixoto foresaw that the future of farming was in organics, and in 1995 founded Lakeside Organic Gardens, which has grown into the largest family-owned, solely organic vegetable grower in California. Dick’s son, Rickey, operates a tractor for the family business, his daughter Amanda takes care of accounting, and his oldest daughter, Ashley, helped him to open their restaurant, California Grill. The Dominican Hospital Foundation has put the investment by the Peixoto family in the Katz Cancer Resource Center to good use. Over the past few years their support has helped to provide expanded services to the Watsonville community in the form of a bilingual nurse navigator, financial counselor, massage therapist and more.

The Peixoto family has been an annual healthcare sponsor for the Dominican Hospital Foundation for the past five years—providing funds from the California Grill fundraiser along with very generous additional donations. Below: Dick, his wife Marisela, his son Rickey and daughters Ashley and Amanda.

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hen Dick Peixoto's wife Marisela was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010, she was treated at Dominican Hospital. Because of the warm care and advanced treatment his wife received, Dick pledged that as soon as she recovered, they would find a way to pay it forward. Since Marisela’s recovery, each year in the first week of October, the Peixoto family hosts a daylong fundraiser at their restaurant California Grill. Every penny they make from breakfast, lunch and dinner is donated to Jacob’s Heart in Watsonville and the Katz Cancer Resource Center at Dominican Hospital. When he was a boy, Dick Peixoto loved to ride with his father from farm to farm, helping him to sell commercial fertilizers. It was then, at a young age, that he discovered his passion for growing plants. When he was just a senior

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! E K I B R U O Y N O T GE

Whether you jump on an electric bike, navigate the new green lanes, ditch the car for work or hit the hills, Santa Cruz County offers a myriad of ways to reach your fitness goals while helping to save the planet.

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HEALTH BENEFITS:

A new study led by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), has concluded that cycling for transport is associated with the greatest health benefits; better self-perceived general health, better mental health and fewer feelings of loneliness.

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS: Considering that over 50 percent of greenhouse gas emissions generated in Santa Cruz County come from transportation, every mile a person bikes saves approximately one pound of carbon dioxide of being emitted into our atmosphere. If everyone in this county were to even make a slight shift in how they move around, the collective impact would really start to add up.


WHAT IS SANTA CRUZ DOING TO PROMOTE BIKE USE? We are blessed to have abundant natural beauty and many trails that emphasize the natural splendor in Santa Cruz. Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz have worked to support, preserve, and expand trail access and responsible mountain biking since 1997. They have partnered with State and City Parks as well as local businesses to build and enhance a multitude of trails, and have several exciting projects in the pipeline. For more information check out www.MBOSC.org Ecology Action lead the Bike to Work program and have seen more than 1,200 bike commuters participate in the twice-a-year Bike to Work Day. More than 4,500 students bike and walk for Bike/Walk to School Day. In September 2018, Ecology Action piloted a workplace bike challenge, in which Dominican was one of 18 participating organizations from around Santa Cruz County. Two hundred eighty six participants rode 34,426 miles, logged 4,400 trips, and saved approximately 10,837 pounds of

carbon dioxide from entering our atmosphere. Find out more at ecoactbike.org The new JUMP electric bike share program has been incredibly successful in the City of Santa Cruz. With more than 200 bikes total in the current system there is an average use of six trips per bike, per day, and in August 2018 alone, JUMP bike users rode 86,000 miles. In addition, local cities and unincorporated areas have installed many new bike facilities, such as the new Branciforte Creek San Lorenzo Walkway Bridge, numerous green bike lanes, and bike boxes at busy intersections, further encouraging bike transportation. All these efforts are starting to pay off, according to U.S. Census Bureau data, the City of Santa Cruz’s bike commuter rate is 9 percent, which is one of the highest in the entire country. If you are looking for more information, check out https://cruz511.org/bike/ where you can find the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission Bike Map and other great resources. Bicycling is good for

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he holiday season can be filled with joy and cheer—a time to reunite with family and friends. Shawn Smith MFT, CADCII, and Executive Director of Coastal Turning Point, reminds us that it is also a time when self-care can fall by the wayside. Sometimes holidays bring feelings of loss, difficult family dynamics, and loneliness leading some to turn to food. This year make a commitment to take care of yourself. Exercise regularly, eat well, rest up.

s Ti pFROM MELISSA DEVERA, RD: Eat before you go out. Whether heading to a party or holiday shopping, it’s harder to make good choices when hungry.

1. Slow down, be selective:

Whatever food you choose, eat slowly and enjoy the experience. Drink some water, wait 10 minutes before that second helping. You might just realize you’re full.

2. Seek healthy options:

Choose the smallest plate available and wander around the buffet before selecting anything. Start by filling the bulk of your plate with fresh vegetables, fruit, and plain chicken. Add some indulgences in small portions.

3. Distance yourself from the

table: Stay far enough away from the food to prevent mindless grazing. Pop a mint or gum in your mouth to keep from sampling the chips.

4. Drink to your health: Eat

something before you drink. Be smart about your drink choices. Eggnog has 500 calories, but wine, beer and mixed drinks have only 150-225. Alternate drinks with still or sparkling water; you’ll thank yourself in the morning.

5. Cook from the heart: Show

family and friends that you really care about them. Be creative with recipes. Use less butter, cream, and other ingredients rich in saturated fats.

6. Balance extras with exercise: Put on your dancing or walking shoes. Suggest a family walk between dinner and dessert.

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Oliver Potts riding an adapted bike provided by BORP (Bay Area Outreach and Recreational Program) With Dr. Robert Potts (right) and Cole Rossi (left)

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ever doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead 1901 – 1978 When Patricia and Bob Potts took their children to the opening of Tatum’s Garden in Salinas, it was the first time that they were all able to 2 6 | FOCUS ON WELLNESS

play together. Oliver, who primarily uses a wheelchair, usually sits on the sidelines while his sisters Evelyn and Lauren play. In December 2013, the family returned to Santa Cruz with a burning mission; to ensure that every child in Santa Cruz County could play together with family and friends, regardless of abilities. They embarked on a five-year

journey, creating the Santa Cruz Playground Project, engaging partners along the way, to conceptualize, design, plan and build an inclusive playground: LEO’s Haven at Chanticleer Park. Mariah Roberts, Director of the Chanticleer Park Neighbors Association joined the mission, and they have worked steadily to build a group of volunteers


Top: The power of community: Riders at the finish line celebrating mission completion. Left: Mariah Roberts (left) and Dr. Jenny Schreck (right) Center: Rosalyn Arredondo and her mother Jill Winston on an adapted side-by-side tandem lead the 3-day riders in at the end of their journey. Right: Dr. Jennie Jet, Rehabilitation Physician with Dignity Health Medical Group, rode the 200 miles to raise money for the adapted playground.

working in a public-private partnership with Shane’s Inspiration and the County of Santa Cruz to bring LEO’s Haven to fruition. The County of Santa Cruz agreed to provide the additional funding to complete the project only after $2 million was raised to start it. Money has been raised in many ways; from children forgoing a birthday in lieu of donations to LEO’s Haven, or setting up a stand to sell cookies, to hard-won grants and the dogged participation of individuals and service organizations. In just under three years of fundraising, the Santa Cruz Playground Project has achieved

its mission! The last public fundraiser was held over three days in September 2018, with 70 riders cycling from Healdsburg to Santa Cruz in the Santa Cruz Sunrise Rotary Bike Ride. Expect to see construction start at Chanticleer Park in 2019. This community jewel will benefit every family and child in our county. A recent article in The American Academy of Pediatrics (Vol. 142, Number 3, 9/2018), states that “Play provides a singular opportunity to build the executive functioning that underlies adaptive behaviors at home; improve language and math skills in school; build the safe, stable and

nurturing relationships that buffer against toxic stress; and build socialemotional resilience.” In addition, the physical exercise involved with play also has welldocumented health benefits, including promoting healthy weight, reducing the risk of childhood diabetes, and developing healthy cardiovascular, neuromuscular, and musculoskeletal systems. For children growing up with physical and/or sensory challenges, play is critical to maximize development and reduce isolation, and the construction of LEOs’ Haven at Chanticleer County Park will help accomplish these goals for all children.

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Katz Cancer Resource Center

Promoting calm in an anxious time… tudies have shown that stress correlates with heart disease, endocrine disorders, and other inflammatory diseases, including cancer. Going through cancer treatment is enormously stressful, not only for the person going through treatment, but also on the entire family. Research shows that meditation and massage can help reduce symptoms of stress, enhance the ability to cope, and improve feelings of well-being in patients with cancer. The Dominican Hospital Foundation and the Adrian Dominican Sisters wanted to

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help. In May 2017, the Adrian Sisters awarded a grant to the Foundation of $18,000 for the Katz Cancer Resource Center. It established an Integrative Medicine program providing massage to patients, family members, and oncology staff at the Mary and Richard Solari Infusion Center at Dominican Hospital. The benefits of the massage program were soon realized by the patients and staff. Jane Ann Clemens, Certified Oncology Massage Therapist, now provides free massage three days a week at the Katz Center. Patients receive either a foot or a back/neck massage while receiving their infusions. They

are also offered a free monthly full-body massage (if medically appropriate) at the Katz Center. Clemens teaches caregivers how to provide “neuropathic massage treatments” to help manage hand/foot pain which can occur with cancer treatment. The Sisters’ generous grant also provides funding for education of the oncology staff in the use of Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction techniques taught by Dr. Robert Stahl. Training allows staff to better care for themselves while caring for patients. The Foundation continues raising funds for this program. To participate, call (831) 462-7712.

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Outpatient Rehabilitation Center

We Moved Dominican Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Center has moved, but we’re not far (less than 2 miles)  any people in our community have been through a very difficult illness or injury, and Dominican Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Center is pleased to be able to offer them a stateof-the-art space in which to heal. Our patients and our community deserve the very best in rehabilitative care, right here locally. We considered our patients’ needs throughout the process of building out the best center with the highest level of care; researching where our patients live and choosing a place that is centrally located with ample parking and easily accessible right off Highway 1.

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Our well-trained rehabilitation staff has many years of experience in outpatient therapy services. We continue our education above and beyond the college level through specialized certification programs and seminars. This enables our therapists to stay on the forefront of the latest therapy trends. Dominican Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Center emphasizes patient and family participation in the therapy process to foster the patient’s independence upon completion of therapy. For additional information, please visit: www.dignityhealth.org/bayarea/ locations/dominican/services/ outpatient-rehabilitation-center. To request an assessment, please contact your physician for a referral.

Our new address:

111 Madrone Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 Phone: 831.457.7057 Fax: 831.457.7071 Dominican Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Center Includes: • Hand And Arm Rehabilitation Clinic • Lymphedema Clinic • Pediatric Ot And Pt • Orthopedic Physical Therapy • Speech Therapy (Adult And Pediatric) • Wheelchair/Mobility Program • Vestibular Therapy (Including PostConcussion Syndrome) • Neurological Physical And Occupational Therapy (Including Ekso Bionic Gait Trainer) • Oncology Rehabilitation FOCUS ON WELLNESS | 3 3


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Registration & Program Directory

1.... Icon Index 2.... Health & Wellness 5.... Exercise & Fitness 10.. Childbirth & Parenting 12.. Support Groups 13.. Katz Cancer Resource Center 14.. Lifestyle Management Programs A.... How to Register/Program Directory

How to register Online Registration:

dignityhealth.org/dominican/pep

Phone-in Registration: Call (831) 457-7099, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Monday–Thursday Fax-in Registration:

Complete the form below and fax to (831) 457-7040

Mail-in Registration:

Complete the form below and mail it to the following address: PEP - Community Wellness Education Dominican Hospital 1555 Soquel Drive, Santa Cruz, CA 95065

Registration is ongoing: Please register at least two days prior to class. If possible REGISTER EARLY. Some classes fill up quickly. Classes may be canceled due to low enrollment. Advanced Registration is required for all classes. Register at least two days before class starts as classes can be canceled due to low enrollment. Refund policy: Please read prior to registration: classes canceled by PEP will be refunded in full. Classes that do not meet their minimum enrollment will be canceled 24–48 hrs before class starts. Office Hours: Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m.– 4:30 p.m. Closed for the following dates: December 24-28, 2018; New Year’s Eve, 12/31/18; New Year’s Day, 1/1/19; Martin Luther King Jr. Day, 1/21; President’s Day, 2/18; Spring Break, 4/1-4/5; Memorial Day, 5/27 The PEP Office is located at Dominican Rehabiliation Services, 610 Frederick St. Santa Cruz

Program directory Class Registration: (831) 457-7099 Class Proposal Information: terri.primavera@dignityhealth.org and juliette.espiritu@dignityhealth.org PEP Office: (831) 457-7099 Lifestyle Management Program: (831) 457-7077 Katz Cancer Resource Center: (831) 462-7770 Total Joint Care / Back & Neck: cathy.lawhorne@dignityhealth.org or (831) 462-7597

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Are you looking for a class or program for a specific interest or concern? Check out the sections below to see what you or your doctor might order. Our classes are now indexed for your convenience throughout the catalog. We also invite those who don’t know what they want until they see it to browse through all of our rich, diverse PEP course offerings.

Mind/Body

Childbirth & Parenting

Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program.....pg. 2 Pilates..............................................pgs. 7-8 Tai Chi/Qi Gong.................................... pg. 9 Yoga.................................................... pg. 8

Baby Care Classes........................ pg. 10,12 Baby Sign Language.......................... pg. 11. Birth Center Tour Information............. pg. 11 Breastfeeding..................................... pg. 10 Childbirth Classes.............................. pg. 10. Latch Clinic........................................ pg. 11 Mom & Baby Aquatic Class................ pg. 10 New Moms Support Group................. pg. 11 Prenatal Aquatic Class....................... pg. 10

Health & Wellness Aquatic Classes..............................pgs. 6,10 Autoimmune Disorders......................... pg. 4 Babysitting Safety Workshop................ pg. 5 Cholesterol Screening......................... pg. 14 Diabetes............................................ pg. 14 Freedom from Smoking........................ pg. 2 Medical Fitness Program.................... pg. 14 Medicare 101....................................... pg.5 Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program.....pg. 2 Nutrition Counseling........................... pg. 14 Pilates............................................... pg. 7,8 Strides Program................................. pg. 14

Back & Neck Program Aquatic Classes............................... pg. 6,10 Exercise & Fitness............................pgs. 5-9 Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program.....pg. 2 Senior Strength & Conditioning............. pg. 5. Tai Chi/Qi Gong...................................pgs. 9 Total Body Conditioning........................ pg. 8 Yoga.................................................... pg. 8

Total Joint Care Aquatic Classes..............................pgs. 6,10 Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program.... pg. 2 Tai Chi/Qi Gong.......................................pg. 9 Senior Strength & Conditioning............. pg. 5 Steady on Your Feet-Balance Class for Seniors.................................. pg. 5 Yoga.......................................................pg. 8

Lifestyle Management These classes are offered through Dominican Hospital’s Center for Lifestyle Management

Steady on Your Feet-Balance Classes for Seniors............................... pg. 7 Strides Program................................. pg. 14 Total Body Conditioning........................ pg. 8

Support Groups Bariatric Support Group..................... pg. 12 Better Breathers................................. pg. 12 Heart Connections............................. pg. 12 Latch Clinic........................................ pg. 11 Lymphedema..................................... pg. 12 Multiple Sclerosis............................... pg. 12 New Moms Support Group................. pg. 11

Lifestyle Management Programs........pgs. 14

KATZ Cancer Resource Center Improving Neurological Function Aquatic Exercise for People with Parkinson’s................................... pg. 6 Exercise for Parkinson’s Disease........ pgs. 6,7 Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program.....pg. 2 Recovering Function After Stroke......... pg. 6 Senior Strength & Conditioning............. pg. 5 Steady on Your Feet Balance Class....... pg. 7 Strength Building for Neurological Impairment.......................................... pg. 7

Exercise & Fitness Aquatic Classes..............................pgs. 6,10 Body Composition Analysis................. pg. 14 Motivational Lifestyle Coaching........... pg. 14 Pilates............................................... pg. 7,8 Prenatal Aquatic Classes.................... pg. 10 Resting Metabolic Rate Testing........... pg. 14. Tai Chi/Qi Gong.................................... pg. 9. Senior Strength & Conditioning.............. pg.5

Advanced Aquatic Lymphedema Decongestion...................................pg. 13 Cancer Programs....................... pgs. 12,13 Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program.....pg. 2 Support Groups................................pg. 12 Yoga.................................................. pg. 8

Heart Health Aquatic Classes..............................pgs. 6,10 Cardiac Risk Reduction Program..........pg. 14 Freedom from Smoking........................ pg. 2 Heart Connections............................. pg. 12 Mindfulness Stress Reduction Program.....pg. 2 Pulmonary Rehabilitation......................pg. 14

Blue Shield of California has named Dominican Hospital as a Blue Distinction Center in three areas of specialty care: Knee & Hip Replacement, Spine Surgery and Cardiac Care.

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Health & Wellness Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Program This program is designed for people experiencing stress and complements management of illness and chronic pain. It consists of training in mindfulness meditation, yoga, and group support. It is modeled after Jon Kabat-Zinn’s UMass program, featured in Bill Moyers’ “Healing and the Mind”. Participants learn lifelong tools to promote wellness, even in the midst of stress, pain, and illness. 8 sessions Instructors: Karen Zelin, BA, Jan Landry, BSN, Meg Corman, MHSA Class fee: $350 ; Returning participant fee: $250 Materials fee: $25 $25 for 24 CEUs for MFT, LCSW, LPCC & LEP Provider CAMFT # 136535 $25 for 24 CEUs for RNs Provider #CEP15967 Class code: SRP Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

 ay or evening no-cost introductory D session: Tue 1/8, 3–5 p.m. or 7–9 p.m. (No pre-registration required) Regular day or evening sessions: Tue 1/15-3/5, 3–5:30 p.m. or 7–9:30 p.m. All-day session: Sat 2/23, 9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Day no-cost introductory session: Tue 3/19, 3–5 p.m. or 7-9:30 p.m. (No pre-registration required) Regular sessions: Tue 3/26-5/21, 3-5:30 p.m. or 7-9:30 p.m., No class 4/2 All-day session: Sat 4/27, 9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Day or evening no-cost introductory session: Tue 5/28, 3-5 p.m. or 7-9 p.m. (No pre-registration required) Regular day or evening sessions: Tue 6/4-7/23, 3-5:30 p.m. or 7-9:30p.m. All-day session: Sat 7/13, 9:30 a.m. –4:30 p.m.

Surviving Thyroid and Thriving DO YOU HAVE? • Brain fog • Belly fat • Depression • Fatigue • Digestive issues and constipation And many other symptoms? You’ve been on thyroid medication for years and still feel bad? Your thyroid may be the culprit. Discover how to find out if you have a thyroid condition, the root causes of thyroid illness and what you can do now to restore thyroid health naturally. Having a thyroid condition is NOT necessarily a life sentence. There is hope. 1 session Instructor: Carol Shwery, DC, CCN Registration fee: $15 Class code: STAT Location: Dominican Rehab QIC Room 610 Frederick St.

Wed 5/15, 6:30-8 p.m.

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Freedom from Smoking is the American Lung Association program designed for adults who want to quit smoking. This program has helped hundreds of thousands of smokers quit for good, it emphasizes understanding the psycho-social and behavioral aspects of nicotine addiction and methods to ‘kick the habit.’ A supportive group atmosphere is led by Dominican Hospital respiratory therapists. 8 sessions

Is your energy up and down and all around? Do you go into a “food coma” after meals? Do you crave sugar or reach for it at every opportunity? 1 session

The course lasts 7 weeks with an additional meeting scheduled following the quit date in week four. Instructors: Cheryl Bezucha, RCP and Nicole Sato, RCP Class fee: $85, No fee for Medi-Cal Recipients Class code: FFS Location: Dominican Rehab QIC Room 610 Frederick St.

Tue 1/8-2/19, 3-4:30 p.m. Thu 1/31, 3-4:30 p.m. Tue 4/9-5/21, 3-4:30 p.m. Thu 5/2, 3-4:30 p.m.

De-Stress with Drumming Looking for a fun and easy way to release stress and tension? Come experience how playing percussion instruments can relax and enliven your body, mind and spirit. 1 session In this class you will learn: •P  roper ergonomics for playing with ease and enjoyment •S  imple and fun interlocking rhythms played on small, lightweight African hand drums (djembes), tambourines, and maracas (Caribbean shakers) •H  ow to express yourself creatively while connecting with others • The joy of rhythm and play! No drumming experience necessary, and all instruments will be provided. Come play away the stress of your day! Instructor: Bobi Souder, M.Div., M.A. Class fee: $15 Class code: DWD Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Wed 2/20, 6:30-8 p.m. Wed 3/20, 6:30-8 p.m. Wed 4/17, 6:30-8 p.m. Wed 5/15, 6:30-8 p.m. Wed 6/19, 6:30-8 p.m.

In this class you will learn: • How sugar has become the number one drug in our society • How sugar negatively affects your health • How your lifestyle affects your cravings • How to avoid disability and death due to diabetes • How to beat the sugar monster for good Instructors: Lonna Larsh, MD with Amber Weiss, PA-C, LAc Registration fee: $15 Class code: SB Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Thu 3/7, 6:30-8 p.m.

Fighting Fatigue! Do you experience difficulty waking up? Do you need a “pick-me-up” mid-morning or afternoon? Is your low energy interfering with family, work, and enjoyable activities? Discover the many potential root causes of this health challenge and learn about lifestyle and nutritional ways to fight fatigue and regain energy. 1 session Instructor: Carol Shwery, DC, CCN Registration fee: $15 Class code: FF Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Wed 3/13, 6:30–8 p.m.

New options for weight loss in Santa Cruz County at Dominican Hospital Including exercise classes, nutritional consults, support groups and surgery. To find out more about our programs and community educational seminars Call (831) 462-7597

To register for PEP classes go to dignityhealth.org/dominican/pep or call (831) 457-7099. Please register at least two days prior to the class.


Health & Wellness Reducing Inflammation with Diet Do you suffer from a painful inflammatory condition? Our registered dietitian will teach you what foods can help lower inflammation and what foods are considered pro-inflammatory. 1 session Instructor: Melissa DeVera, RD, CWC, CLT Class Fee: $ 20 Class code: RI Location: Dominican Rehab Lifestyle Ed. Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Thu 2/21, 6–7:15 p.m.

Journal Writing to Decrease Stress and Increase Mindfulness Scientific studies have shown that a writing practice can calm you and dissipate stress. Psychological research demonstrates the correlation of emotional release writing with improved immune system functioning, pointing to the significance of writing for physical as well as emotional and spiritual well-being. Getting feelings down on the page helps us gain awareness and perspective, offering a sense of relief and release. In this series of classes you will explore how to use a journal to problem solve, get to know difficult parts of yourself, discover your creativity, heal your relationships, develop intuition, get in touch with feelings, develop spontaneity and discipline, and to imagine and make real-new possibilities. 3 sessions Instructor: Magdalena Montagne, BA in Creative Writing Class Fee: $90 Class code: JW Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Mon 1/7-1/28, 6-7:30 p.m., No class 1/21 Mon 3/4-3/18, 6-7:30 p.m.

Digestive Problems: The Causes, Tools and Solutions Do you suffer with: Constipation, IBS, IBD, Celiac, Gerd, Acid Reflux, Ulcers, Hiatal Hernia and more? Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? In this class you will learn the underlying root of gastrointestinal problems and what far-reaching health problems may occur due to your gut problems. Dive into the 4 steps to heal your gut with diet, lifestyle and nutrition. Get your life back! 1 session Instructor: Carol Shwery, DC, CCN Registration fee: $15 Class code: DP Location: Dominican Rehab Lifestyle Ed. Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Legal Cannabinoids for Health and Comfort In this class, we will cover the basics of cannabinoids (mainly CBD) and the endocannabinoid system that regulates many aspects of well-being. We will present research on the cannabinoids for: • Reducing pain and inflammation • Lowering anxiety and balancing mood •R  educing tremors, seizures and muscle spasms. • Adjunct therapy for cancer treatment. Learn the difference between CBD and THC and how to safely start utilizing nonpsychoactive cannabinoids for general health and discuss internal and topical usage of high CBD products. 1 session Instructor: Amber Weiss, PA-C, LAc Registration fee: $15 Class code: CBD Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Wed 5/22, 6:30–8 p.m.

Total Joint Post Rehabilitation Class I have a new joint, and my physical therapy is finished, now what?

Make your heart health a priority. Get free cardiovascular screening at Dominican Hospital You are eligible for a screening if you are: • Over age 60 • Over age 50 with risk factors including: smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, family history of heart disease, lack of physical activity and obesity • Over age 40 with diabetes Call 831.462.7788 to learn more or to schedule a free screening. Dare to C.A.R.E. equipment was generously funded by the Dominican Hospital Foundation.

Find out about all the options available to you to keep getting more mobile and stronger to maximize your new body! This class is designed for people who have been through the Dominican Total Joint Care Program and are looking to continue to progress. Tuesday 10:30–11:30 a.m. with Dominican PT, and Rocky’s Fitness staff. Class starts on the first Tuesday of the month and runs 4 weeks. For more information please call (831) 462-7597.

Tue 6/4, 6:30–8:00 p.m.

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Health & Wellness Holistic Approach to Autoimmune Disorders

Brain Health: Preventing and Treating Alzheimer’s

REBOOT: How to Power Up Your Energy, Focus and Productivity

Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, hypothyroid, multiple sclerosis, or celiac disease? Have you wondered if your chronic pain or fatigue may have an underlying autoimmune cause? In this class you will learn:

In this class, you will learn:

Dragging during the day? Learn health and wellness tips to have more energy to do the things you love! 1 session

• The underlying cause of most autoimmune disorders and how to manage them. • The most common foods that trigger autoimmunity and inflammation. • Holistic ways to safely reduce autoantibodies. • LDN: Safe, inexpensive, little known medication to regulate the immune system. • The use of cannabidiol (CBD) in autoimmune conditions. • The most useful autoimmune tests. Whether you are currently on prescription medication or seeking to avoid pharmaceuticals, in this class you will learn the basic steps for reversing your symptoms, balancing your immune system, and preventing future illness. 1 session Instructor: Amber Weiss, PA-C, LAc Registration Fee: $15 Class code: HAAD Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Wed 4/10, 6:30–8 p.m.

Success! Learn What Your Kids Really Need to be Successful! How to encounter the messages of social media and a results-focused culture that implies lack and ‘not enough’. Learn what you can do to tap into their natural resilience and feed their sense of worth and abundance. Experiential workshop to learn skills to connect with your kids. Please bring a notepad and pen. 1 session Instructor: Allison Livingston, BA Class fee: $25/parent and support person Class code: 2BS Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Wed 1/16, 7-8:30 p.m. Wed 2/27, 7-8:30 p.m. Wed 3/27, 7-8:30 p.m. Wed 4/24, 7-8:30 p.m. Wed 5/29, 7-8:30 p.m. Wed 6/26, 7-8:30 p.m.

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•T  he four underlying causes of most Alzheimer’s dementia •T  he best tests for evaluating cognitive decline •W  hich lifestyle factors are key to preserving brain health •H  ow to use the research-based “Bredesen Protocol” to prevent and reverse Alzheimer’s disease. This class is for you if: •Y  ou are caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or other type of dementia •Y  ou have a family history of dementia and wish to preserve your cognitive function •Y  ou aren’t feeling as sharp as you used to and want strategies for supporting your brain health. 1 session Instructors: Lonna Larsh, MD with Amber Weiss, PA-C, LAc Registration fee: $15 class code: BH Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium

Thu 2/21, 6:30–8 p.m. Wed 6/5, 6:30–8 p.m.

Stress, Hormones, and Energy •D  o you drag yourself out of bed in the morning? • Does your head hit the desk in the afternoon? •D  o you need caffeine and sugar to keep going? •A  re you a man or a woman whose sex drive has taken a long drive and not come home? •A  re you gaining weight around the middle for no apparent reason? •A  re you stressed out? In this class, you will learn how stress affects your hormones, how to use herbs and nutrition to balance your hormones, and how to get up and go again. 1 session Instructor: Lonna Larsh, MD with Amber Weiss, PA-C, LAc Registration fee: $15 class code: SHAE Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Instructor: Melissa DeVera, RD, CWC, CLT Class Fee: $ 20 Class code: YEFP Location: Dominican Rehab Lifestyle Ed. Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Thu 1/31, 6–7:15 p.m.

Wild Soul: Based on Women Who Run with the Wolves 2 SESSIONS Join us for this unique, soul-focused class based on the inspirational text, Women Who Run with the Wolves, by Dr. CP Estés. We will mine the medicine laced within the myths by associating to the symbols through deep inquiry, expressive arts, and dream work. Participants will acquire new tools for living in full power, healthy boundary setting, and deeply trusting intuition, thus nurturing the Soul. Instructor: Francene Carls, MA Class Fee: $75 Class code: WS Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Sat 2/2 & 2/9, 2:30–4:30 p.m.

The Promise: Tending our Soul Legacy 2 SESSIONS What will you do with this precious life? We will connect with our life purpose, our Soul legacy, through myth, deep reflection and expressive arts. This wisdom will ignite wellness and vitality which are key to radiant health. Instructor: Francene Carls, MA Class fee: $75 Class code: TP Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Sat 3/2 & 3/9, 2:30–4:30 p.m.

Wed 1/23, 6:30-8 p.m.

To register for PEP classes go to dignityhealth.org/dominican/pep or call (831) 457-7099. Please register at least two days prior to the class.


Health & Wellness Babysitter Safety Workshop The Babysitting Safety Workshop provides fundamental information about the business of babysitting, safety and injury prevention, proper supervision, basic caregiving skills, and responding properly to ill or injured infants or children. After class completion, students will receive one certification card from the American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) and a Babysitting Safety (CABS) Student workbook. An optional two-year printable online certification card from American Heart Association (AHA) is available for an additional fee of $22. Class is intended for children 11–16 years of age. 1 session Note: Participants are encouraged to bring snacks to class. The $15 materials fee is due at the beginning of class either by cash or check. Instructor will not have change. Instructor: Brenda Bodewitz, AHA Class Fee: $60 Materials Fee: $15 for Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) Student Workbook and 1 ASHI certification card Class code: BSW Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Education Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Sat 2/9, 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Sat 4/13, 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Sat 6/15, 9 a.m.–2 p.m.

Medicare 101 Whether you’re turning 65 or helping a family member navigate the system’s complexities, understanding Medicare can be overwhelming. At this seminar, a registered HICAP counselor will help demystify: • The A, B, C’s (and D) of Medicare • When and how to enroll • Supplementing Medicare • Choosing a drug plan • Original Medicare vs. Medicare Advantage Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) counselors provide complete, accurate, unbiased information on Medicare. Counselors are highly trained and registered with the California Department of Aging. HICAP is not associated in any way with insurance companies, products, or agents. HICAP of Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties is a program within Senior Network Services, a community-based non-profit organization. Class may be repeated. 1 session Instructor: Pamela King & Bill Proudfoot Class Fee: No charge to participate Class code: MCARE Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Thu 1/10, 6:30–8:30 p.m. Thu 3/14, 6:30–8:30 p.m. Thu 5/9, 6:30–8:30 p.m.

Exercise & Fitness

Living with Loss: Understanding Grief with Compassion

Basic Senior Strength and Conditioning

Join us for a screening and discussion of the documentary film, Voices of Grief-Honoring the Sacred Journey. This moving film shares a fresh perspective on the many ways we navigate successfully through grief or companion others along their grief journey. After the screening there will be time for questions and discussion. Facilitated by Hospice of Santa Cruz County. 1 session

This class is designed to improve your ability to move with purpose, react quickly to visual cues and feel confident in the course of daily life activities. It will help you get stronger and more fit. This class consists of fun exercises from standing and seated positions using resistance bands, dumbbells, other training tools and cardio equipment according to your ability; this is suited for people who are able to walk 6-10 stairs and 500 ft. without an assistive device.

Instructor: Cindi Gray, LCSW Registration fee: $15 Class code: LWL Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick Street

Sat 5/11, 10–11:30 a.m.

Be Happy & Well This 3-week class can raise your baseline for happiness creating positive psychological and emotional well-being. Learn techniques of mindfulness, positive psychology, life coaching and gain lifetime tools for personal growth, mindful awareness, self-acceptance, and more. Based on the new science of wellbeing, this class includes proven practices for greater happiness, health, wellness. 3 sessions Instructor: P. Parker, BA, CC, CMT Class fee: $75 Class code: HAW Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Tue 4/11-4/25, 6-9 p.m.

Community Health Seminars Join experts from our comprehensive clinical team to find out how to manage your weight, joints and spine health. These seminars provide the opportunity to ask questions of the various physicians and hospital staff. Call (831) 457-7034 for specific topics on the dates listed below and to register. January 17, 2019, March 21, 2019, May 16, 2019

Instructor: Rocky’s Fitness Staff Class fee: $80 Class code: SSC Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Gym 610 Frederick St.

Mon 1/7–3/25, 9–9:50 a.m., No class: 1/21, 2/18 Mon 4/8–6/24, 9–9:50 a.m., No class 5/27 Tue 1/8–3/26, 10–10:50 a.m. Tue 4/9–6/25, 10–10:50 a.m. Wed 1/9–3/27, 9–9:50 a.m. Wed 4/10–6/26, 9–9:50 a.m. Thu 1/10–3/28, 10–10:50 Thu 4/11–6/27, 10–10:50

Advanced Senior Strength and Conditioning This class is designed to improve your ability to move with purpose, react quickly to visual cues and feel confident in the course of daily life activities. It will help you get stronger and more fit. This class adds to the basic level with work on floor mats, stability balls and more cardio equipment. You will learn to get down on the mat safely, how not to trip and fall and how to avoid injury. Instructor: Rocky’s Fitness Staff Class fee: $80 Class code: ASSC Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Gym

Mon 1/7–3/25, 10–10:50 a.m., No class: 1/21, 2/18 Mon 4/8–6/24, 10–10:50 a.m., No class 5/27 Tue 1/8–3/26, 9–9:50 a.m. Tue 4/9–6/25, 9–9:50 a.m. Wed 1/9–3/27, 10–10:50 a.m. Wed 4/10–6/26, 10–10:50 a.m. Thu 1/10–3/28, 9–9:50 Thu 4/11–6/27, 9–9:50

Location: Dominican Hospital Education Center

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AQUATICS REQUIREMENTS

Water Exercise III

All pool participants must be able to move through the water unsupported or have a caregiver who can provide one-onone assistance, including use of the lift to enter the pool and dress safely before and after the pool. All pool participants must be continent of bowel and bladder and may not have open wounds, leakage, infection or uncontrolled seizures.

This class requires good balance in the water and good core stabilization, and is designed to increase endurance, strength, and overall well-being. Post-rehab patients will be able to continue their program and increase function through modified exercises. Please attend Beginning/Intermediate Aquatic class prior to attending this class.

Water Exercise I/II Water exercises are fun, low impact, and are aimed at improving general flexibility, strength, balance, gait, endurance and posture. This class is designed for people who may have recently been in rehab; who have conditions that require strengthening; and those who just want to get into shape but have difficulty with exercise on land. This class is great for people who are post-surgery, who may have Arthritis, Neuromuscular or many other diseases including Neurological conditions. If a participant is unable to be in the water on their own, they must have a caregiver present in the water with them. Bring a caregiver if you need assistance to or from the lift chair, in the pool or with changing clothes. Instructor: Dominican Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $65 Class code: WE12 Location: Simpkins Family Swim Center 979 17th Ave. Santa Cruz

Wed 1/9–3/6, 1–1:50 p.m. Wed 3/13–5/15, 1–1:50 p.m., No class 4/3 Mon 6/3–8/12, 11-11:50 a.m., No class 7/1

Water Exercise II Water exercises are fun, low impact, and are aimed at improving general flexibility, strength, balance, gait, endurance and posture. This class is designed for people who have conditions that require strengthening, and those who just want to get into shape but have difficulty with exercise on land. To participate in this intermediate class, it is strongly suggested that you are independent with your mobility. Instructor: Dominican Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $65 Class code: WE2 Location: Simpkins Family Swim Center 979 17th Ave. Santa Cruz

Mon 1/7–3/4, 1–1:50 p.m., No class 1/21, 2/18 Fri 1/11–3/8, 1–1:50 p.m. Mon 3/11–5/13, 1–1:50 p.m., No class 4/1 Fri 3/15–5/17, 1–1:50 p.m., No class 4/5 Mon 6/3–8/12, 11–11:50 a.m., No class 7/1

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To participate in this class, it is important that the instructor or your PT advances you to this level. Instructor: Dominican Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $65 Class code: WE3 Location: Simpkins Family Swim Center 979 17th Ave. Santa Cruz

Mon 1/7–3/4, 12–12:50 p.m., No class 1/21, 2/18 Wed 1/9–3/6, 12–12:50 p.m. Fri 1/11–3/8, 12–12:50 p.m. Mon 3/11–5/13, 12–12:50 p.m., No class 4/1 Wed 3/13–5/15, 12–12:50 p.m., No class 4/3 Fri 3/15–5/17, 12–12:50 p.m., No class 4/5 Mon 6/3–8/12, 12-12:50 p.m., No class 7/1

Functional Recovery & Home Program Development for People with Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury Therapists will help develop individual exercise routines for continued function and home program maintenance—either sitting and/or standing in a wheelchair, or on a mat. This class is designed for wheelchair users as well as ambulatory students. Caregivers should accompany persons requiring continuous supervision, or more than set-up assistance, since classes take place in a group setting. Registration is required, we are unable to accommodate drop-ins. Please choose, at most, 2 days of noon-time neurological PEP gym classes per session. Instructors: Dignity Health Occupational Therapists and Staff Class fee: $60 Class code: FRFP Location: Physical Therapy Staff 610 Frederick St.

Mon 1/7–3/25, , noon–12:50 p.m., No class 1/21, 2/18 Mon 4/8–6/24, noon–12:50 p.m., No class 5/27

Advanced Aquatic Lymphedema Decongestion This class promotes lymphatic system health. The class provides decongestion for both upper and lower body lymphedema, with a sequential program of decongestion and exercise. Participants will follow a routine that provides trunkal decongestion, node stimulation and limb decongestion to reduce fibrosis and volume. Participants will exercise to stay fit in an environment that provides both a gradient of pressure and stimulation of superficial and deep lymphatics. Participants must be able to move through water unsupported or have a caregiver who can provide 1:1 assistance, including use of the lift to enter the pool. Participants are not required to have completed an outpatient lymphedema management program. Instructor: Dominican Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $65 Class code: AALD Location: Simpkins Family Swim Center 979 17th Ave. Santa Cruz

Mon 1/7–3/4, 11–11:50 a.m., No class 1/21, 2/18 Wed 1/9–3/6, 11–11:50 a.m. Fri 1/11–3/8, 11–11:50 a.m. Mon 3/11–5/13, 11–11:50 a.m., No class 4/1 Wed 3/13–5/15, 11–11:50 a.m., No class 4/3 Fri 3/15–5/17, 11–11:50 a.m., No class 4/5 Mon 6/3–8/12, 9-9:50 a.m., No class 7/1

Aquatic Exercise for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease Join us for a complete workout in the water designed specifically for people living with Parkinson’s disease. This class is taught by physical therapists and will include strength training, aerobic exercise, balance, stretching and functional mobility training in a warm water pool heated to 88 degrees. Please bring a caregiver with you if you need assistance changing or to participate safely in the pool. Instructor: Dominican Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $65 Class code: A4P Location: Simpkins Family Swim Center 979 17th Ave. Santa Cruz

Wed 1/9–3/6, 10–10:50 a.m. Wed 3/13–5/15, 10–10:50 a.m., No class 4/3 Mon 6/3–8/12, 10-10:50 a.m., No class 7/1


Exercise & Fitness Strength Building for People with Neurological Impairment

Exercise for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease II

Therapists will help develop individual exercise routines for those who want to work out−either standing or in a wheelchair−but who are having difficulty getting to the spa, or need extra help with set-up. Caregivers should accompany persons requiring continuous supervision, or more than just set-up assistance, since classes take place in a group setting. Some equipment may not be appropriate for all participants. Registration required; we are unable to accommodate drop-ins. Please choose, at most, 2 days of noon-time neurological PEP gym classes per session.

This intermediate level class is a progression of the introduction class. Participants must have completed either the Introductory to Exercise for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease class or have had permission from the instructor to enroll in this class.

Instructors: Dignity Health Physical Therapists and Staff Class fee: $60 Class code: SBNI Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Gym 610 Frederick St.

Instructors: Dominican Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $80 Class code: LWPD2 Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Tue 1/8–3/26, 1–1:50 p.m. Tue 4/9–6/25, 1–1:50 p.m. Thu 1/10–3/28, 1–1:50 p.m. Thu 4/11–6/27, 1–1:50 p.m.

Exercise for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease III

Tue 1/8–3/26, noon–12:50 p.m. Tue 4/9–6/25, noon–12:50 p.m. Wed 1/9–3/27, noon–12:50 p.m. Wed 4/10–6/26, noon–12:50 p.m. Thu 1/10–3/28, noon–12:50 p.m. Thu 4/11–6/27, noon–12:50 p.m.

This advanced level class is a progression of the Intermediate class. Participants must be able to walk 100 feet independently without an assistive device. Instructor approval is required to enroll in this class.

Introduction to Exercise for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease

Instructors: Dominican Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $80 Class code: LWPD3 Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Did you know that participation in an on-going exercise program may slow the progression of Parkinson’s Disease? This class will include education, stretching, aerobic exercise, strength training, balance, and functional mobility training designed specifically for people with Parkinson’s Disease. Participants must be able to walk 100 feet independently without an assistive device. Caregivers are required to participate for any individual requiring assistance for standing balance activities. Participants must complete this class prior to enrolling in the Exercise for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease II or III. Registration required. Instructors: Dignity Health Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $80 Class code: ILWPD Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Wed 1/9–3/27, 11–11:50 a.m. Wed 4/10–6/26, 11–11:50 a.m.

Tue 1/8–3/26, 10–10:50 a.m. Tue 4/9–6/25, 10–10:50 a.m. Thu 1/10–3/28, 10–10:50 a.m. Thu 4/11–6/27, 10–10:50 a.m.

Get Stronger, Feel Better! Level I Join us for group exercises utilizing aerobic equipment to strengthen your major muscle groups and to make everyday living easier. Emphasis will be on proper form with warmup and cool-down exercises. Come find an exercise that you will love to do! Class is suited for people who can continuously walk 3 minutes without an assitive device.

Registration required. No drop-ins please. Instructor: Aaron Wright, CSCS, CMES, CPT Class fee: $110 Class code: GS1 Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Gym 610 Frederick St.

Fri 1/11–3/29, 9–9:50 a.m. Fri 4/12–6/28, 9–9:50 a.m.

Get Stronger! Feel Better! Level II Do you want to push yourself to improve your activity tolerance and gain strength and confidence along the way? This class mixes aerobic work with weight training for a fun and challenging workout. Class is suited for people who can perform 10 minutes of continuous aerobic work without an assistive device. Registration required. No drop-ins please. Instructor: Aaron Wright, CSCS, CMES, CPT Class fee: $110 Class code: GS2 Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Gym 610 Frederick St.

Fri 1/11–3/29, 10–10:50 a.m. Fri 4/12–6/28, 10–10:50 a.m.

Steady on Your Feet: Balance Class for Seniors Group exercise designed to improve balance and strength for individuals who may be fearful of falling or are looking to improve their level of fitness. Exercises are fun and safe but those who are at high risk for falling must bring a caregiver as a precaution. Participants must be able to walk 100 feet independently with or without an assistive device. Registration required. Dominican Dignity Health Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $80 Class code: BFIT Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Tue 1/8–3/26, 11–11:50 a.m. Tue 4/9–6/25, 11–11:50 a.m. Thu 1/10–3/28, 11–11:50 a.m. Thu 4/11–6/27, 11–11:50 a.m.

Restorative Pilates

To register for PEP classes go to dignityhealth.org/dominican/pep or call (831) 457-7099. Please register at least two days prior to the class.

Pilates is an effective mind-body conditioning system that meets the participant at their current ability level. Exercises are based in rehabilitation practices, with a strong focus on spinal alignment, core strength, body awareness and improved posture. This class is designed for those looking for a measured approach to

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movement due to osteoporosis, recent surgery or injury, or a return to an active exercise program. It is also appropriate for those new to Pilates, with a focus on a safe, mindful approach to suit individual needs. There will be standing, chair, and floor work, but minimal “up and down” to new positions. Please check with your provider to be sure if this class is appropriate for you if you’ve recently been under a physician or therapist’s care. Instructor: Irina Semionova, Certified Balanced Body Pilates Instructor Class fee: $140 for 16 sessions, $100 for 11 sessions, $80 for 8 sessions, $50 for 5 sessions Class code: RP Location: Dominican Rehab Yoga/Pilates Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Mon & Thu 1/7–3/7, 9:15–10:15 a.m., No class 1/21, 2/18 Mon & Thu 3/11–5/16, 9:15–10:15 a.m., No class 4/1, 4/4 Mon & Thu 5/20–6/27, 9:15–10:15 a.m., No class 5/27 Mon 1/7–3/11, 9:15–10:15 a.m., No class 1/21, 2/18 Mon 3/18–5/13, 9:15–10:15 a.m., No class 4/1 Mon 5/20–6/24, 9:15–10:15 a.m., No class 5/27 Thu 1/10–2/28, 9:15–10:15 a.m. Thu 3/7–5/2, 9:15–10:15 a.m., No class 4/4 Thu 5/9–6/27, 9:15–10:15 a.m.

Pilates for Bone Building and Balance

Yoga for Low Back, Sacrum, and Hips

This intermediate to advanced Pilates class offers variety, intensity and fun to each workout with the use of resistance bands, weights, balls, and more. Emphasis is on proper alignment and posture, core and joint strength, flexibility and balance. Designed for those with Pilates experience, this class moves at a brisk pace. Contact the instructor if therapeutic modifications may be needed. Please bring a mat.

This therapeutic Viniyoga class is designed to alleviate pain and promote health in the low back, sacrum, and hips. No prior yoga experience is required. If you are dealing with acute pain, please speak with instructor before registering. Bring a yoga mat and two bath towels.

Instructor: Susie Durant, Certified Balanced Body Pilates Instructor Class fee: $140 for 16 sessions, $80 for 8 sessions Class code: P4PA Location: Dominican Rehab Yoga/Pilates Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Tue & Thu 1/8–2/28, 5:30–6:30 p.m. Tue & Thu 3/5–5/2, 5:30–6:30 p.m., No class 4/2, 4/4 Tue & Thu 5/7–6/27, 5:30–6:30 p.m. Tue 1/8–2/26, 5:30–6:30 p.m. Tue 3/5–4/30, 5:30–6:30 p.m., No class 4/2 Tue 5/7–6/25, 5:30–6:30 p.m Thu 1/10–2/28, 5:30–6:30 p.m. Thu 3/7–5/2, 5:30–6:30 p.m., No class 4/4 Thu 5/9–6/27, 5:30–6:30 p.m

Total Body Conditioning

This Pilates-based class will focus on movement and exercises to build stronger bones, develop functional muscular strength and improve balance, all important for staying active as we age. The class is appropriate for those new to Pilates, those with bone density loss (osteopenia or osteoporosis) or any active eager ager seeking a measured, thoughtful approach to fitness. Props will be used to provide resistance as well as support for safe and challenging exercises to increase bone density, tone muscles, strengthen joints and enhance balance. Participants must be able to get up and down from the floor. Props provided, please bring a mat.

Learn a fun and intense exercise routine that targets full body strength, aerobic conditioning, balance, muscular flexibility, and joint mobility. This well-rounded program will focus on proper biomechanics to reduce compensation and help reduce the likelihood of injury. Monday and Wednesday classes will emphasize on conscious movement and control, while Tuesday and Thursday will add power and strength.

Instructor: Susie Durant, Certified Balanced Body Pilates Instructor and Irina Semionova, Certified Balanced Body Pilates Instructor Class fee: $80 Class code: P4B Location Dominican Rehab Yoga/Pilates Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Mon 1/7–3/25, 5:15–6:15 p.m., No class 1/21, 2/18 Mon 4/8–6/24, 5:15–6:15 p.m., No class 5/27 Tue 1/8–3/26, 5:15–6:15 p.m. Tue 4/9–6/25, 5:15–6:15 p.m. Wed 1/9–3/27, 5:15–6:15 p.m. Wed 4/10–6/26, 5:15–6:15 p.m. Thu 1/10–3/28, 5:15–6:15 p.m. Thu 4/11–6/27, 5:15–6:15 p.m.

Tue 1/8–2/26, 4:15–5:15 p.m. Tue 3/5–4/30, 4:15–5:15 p.m., No class 4/2 Tue 5/7–6/25, 4:15–5:15 p.m. Thu 1/10–2/28, 4:15–5:15 p.m. Thu 3/7–5/2, 4:15–5:15 p.m., No class 4/4 Thu 5/9–6/27, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

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Intermediate/Advanced Pilates for Powerful Aging

Instructor: Rocky’s Fitness Staff Class fee: $110 Class code: TBC Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Gym 610 Frederick St.

Instructor: Michael Leannarda-Dini, CYT Class fee: $90 Class code: Y4LB Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Mon 1/7–2/25, 12:15–1:15 p.m., No class 1/21, 2/18 Mon 3/4–4/15, 12:15–1:15 p.m., No class 4/1

Yoga for Upper Back, Neck, and Shoulders This therapeutic Viniyoga class is designed to alleviate pain and promote health in upper back, neck, and shoulders. No prior yoga experience is required. If you are dealing with acute pain, please speak with the instructor before registering. Bring a yoga mat and two bath towels. Instructor: Michael Leannarda-Dini, CYT Class fee: $90 Class code: Y4UB Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Wed 1/9–2/13, noon–1:15 p.m. Wed 2/20-3/27,, noon–1:15 p.m.

Yoga for Stress The yoga postures, movements, breathing practices and meditations taught in this class help support mental and emotional balance by reducing stress, depression and/or anxiety. No previous yoga experience is necessary. Please bring a yoga mat and block. Instructor: Constance Kreemer, MS Class fee: $60 Class code: Y4S Location: Dominican Rehab Yoga/Pilates Room 610 Frederick St.

Thu 1/10–2/14, 10:30–11:30 a.m. Thu 3/7–4/18, 10:30–11:30 a.m., No class 4/4 Thu 5/2–6/6, 10:30–11:30 a.m.

To register for PEP classes go to dignityhealth.org/dominican/pep or call (831) 457-7099..


Exercise & Fitness

Tai Chi for Health Program Tai Chi is a gentle form of exercise that has been found to be beneficial for improving balance, flexibility, strength, endurance, and overall well-being. The instructor will be able to provide modifications as needed for physical ability and age. Students should be able to walk without assistive devices to participate in these classes.

Beginning Tai Chi/Qi Gong The focus of this class is on slow gentle movements designed to strengthen muscles, improve balance, flexibility, and range of motion; prevent falls and help manage stress. Tai Chi practice is considered a moving meditation. No prior experience required. This class includes the Tai Chi for Arthritis form, first 6 movements. The class is recommended for students who do not need assistive devices for mobility. Instructor: Melinda Roy, RN, Certified Tai Chi for Health Instructor Class fee: $68 Materials fee: $7 Class code: BTC Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Education Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Tue 2/12–3/26, 12:30–1:45 p.m. Tue 4/9–5/14, 12:30–1:45 p.m. Tue 5/21–6/25, 12:30–1:45 p.m.

Beginning Tai Chi/Qi Gong The focus of this class is on slow gentle movements designed to strengthen muscles, improve balance, flexibility, range of motion, prevent falls and help manage stress using Qi Gong warm-ups and the core (first 6) movements of the Tai Chi for Arthritis Form. This class is recommended for students who do not need assistive devices for mobility. Instructor: Grace Sanchez, OT/L, Tai Chi for Health Instructor, Certified Instructor of Internal Arts Class fee: $ 80 for 8 Sessions, $75 for 7 Sessions Class code: BTCQ Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Education Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Tue & Thu 1/8–2/7, 9:30–10:45 a.m., No class 1/29, 1/31 Thu 2/28–4/25, 9:30–10:45 a.m., No class 4/4, 4/11 Thu 5/2–6/27, 9:30–10:45 a.m., No class 6/13

Intermediate Tai Chi/Qi Gong

rated as needed for students. This class is recommended for students who do not need assistive devices for mobility.

The focus of this class is on slow, gentle movements designed to strengthen muscles, improve balance, flexibility and range of motion; prevent falls and help manage stress. This is a continuation of the Beginning Tai Chi/Qi Gong class and includes the second 6 movements in the Tai Chi for Arthritis form. Participants should feel comfortable performing the first 6 movements before continuing this Intermediate class. This class is recommended for students who do not need assistive devices for mobility.

Instructor: Grace Sanchez, OT/L, Tai Chi for Health Instructor, Certified Instructor of Internal Arts Class fee: $ 65 for 6 sessions, $75 for 7 sessions Material fee: $2 Class code: ATC Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Education Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Instructor: Melinda Roy, RN, Certified Tai Chi for Health Instructor Class fee: $62 Materials fee: $3 Class code: ITC Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Thu 2/14–3/28, noon–12:50 p.m. Thu 4/11–5/16, noon–12:50 p.m. Thu 5/23–6/27, noon– 12:50 p.m.

Intermediate Tai Chi/Qi Gong The focus of this class is on slow gentle movements designed to strengthen muscles, improve balance, flexibility, range of motion, prevent falls and help manage stress using Qi Gong warm-ups and the extension movements (7–12) of the Tai Chi for Arthitis Form. This class is recommended for students who do not need assistive devices for mobility. Instructor: Grace Sanchez, OT/L, Tai Chi for Health Instructor, Certified Instructor of Internal Arts Class fee: $75 for 7 sessions, $80 for 8 sessions Materials fee: $7 Class Code: ITCQ Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Education Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Tue 2/26–4/23, 9:30–10:45 a.m., No class 4/2, 4/9 Tue 4/30–6/25, 9:30–10:45 a.m., No class 6/11

Advanced Tai Chi/Qi Gong Class includes Qi Gong warm-ups, concentration practice and instruction in Tai Chi for Health–Tai Chi for Arthritis Part 2 Form. Students should have taken Intermediate Tai Chi/Qi Gong prior to enrolling in this class. In order to learn the form in depth this class must be taken for 6–12 months. Tai Chi is a gentle form of exercise that improves balance, strength, endurance, and overall wellbeing. Modifications in practice are incorpo-

Mon 2/25–4/15, 9:30–10:45 a.m., No class 4/1, 4/8 Mon 4/22–6/24, 9:30–10:45 a.m., No class 5/27, 6/10, 6/17

Tai Chi/Qi Gong: Yang Form This class is recommended for students who have completed Advanced Tai Chi/ Qi Gong. This class will include Tai Chi/Qi Gong warm-ups, concentration practice, an instruction in the Yang 24 Form. This class is recommended for students who do not need assistive devices for mobility. Instructor: Grace Sanchez, OT/L, Tai Chi for Health Instructor, Certified Instructor of Internal Arts Class fee: $75 for 7 sessions, $80 for 8 sessions Materials fee: $2 Class code: YF Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Education Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Thu 2/28–4/25, 9:30–10:45 a.m., No class 4/4, 4/11 Thu 5/2–6/27, 9:30–10:45 a.m., No class 6/13

Tai Chi/Qi Gong-Sun 73 Form This class is recommended for students who have completed the Beginning through Advanced Tai Chi/Qi Gong. This class will include Qi Gong warm-ups, concentration practice, and instruction in the Sun 73 Form. This class is recommended for students who do not need assisted devices for mobility. Instructor: Grace Sanchez, OT/L Tai Chi for Health Instructor, Certified Instructor of Internal Arts Class fee: $65 for 6 sessions, $75 for 7 sessions, $80 for 8 sessions Materials fee: $2 Class code: SUN73 Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Education Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Tue & Thu 1/8–2/7, 11 a.m.–12:15 p.m., No class 1/29, 1/31 Mon 2/25–4/15, 11 a.m.–12:15 p.m., No class 4/1, 4/8 Mon 4/22–6/24, 11 a.m.–12:15 p.m., No class 5/27, 6/10, 6/17 Tue 2/26–4/23, 11 a.m.–12:15 p.m., No class 4/2, 4/9 Tue 4/30–6/25, 11 a.m.–12:15 p.m., No class 6/11

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Childbirth & Parenting

New Mom and Baby Aquatic Exercise

Childbirth Education Weekend Express Class

Bring your baby and join us for a fun, interactive gentle water workout. Babies enjoy the water while moms socialize and enjoy gentle group exercises with a light cardiovascular component. Use your baby for resistance to help re-build overall body strength, especially in your core. For mothers and their infants 6-18 months of age.

This class is intended for expectant mothers and their labor support team. Focus will be on the birth process, including the stages of labor and when to go to the hospital. Non-pharmaceutical coping techniques for pain including breath work, mindfulness practices, supportive touch and positions for labor and birth, along with standard hospital procedures, pain medication options, medical interventions, cesarean birth, postpartum recovery, newborn procedures and breastfeeding basics.

Instructors: Dominican Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $65 $10 drop-in session fee, if there is space available in the class. Class code: AQP Location: Simpkins Family Swim Center 979 17th Ave. Santa Cruz

Mon 6/3–8/12, 12–12:50 p.m., No class 7/1

Safely Home Car Seat Fitting Station

Dignity Health Dominican Hospital and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford are offering a free car seat fitting station event for the community. Dominican Hospital 1555 Soquel Drive, Santa Cruz Education Building Parking Lot (Located behind the main hospital) Space is limited, appointments are recommended. Call (831) 462-7266 to schedule your appointment. Certified Technicians will offer the following assistance: • Check for car seat recalls. Ensure that the car seat brought by the family has not been recalled. • Demonstrate how to install and use the car seat. • Instruct how to correctly place a child in the car seat. • Offer tips on choosing the correct car seat based on a child’s age, height, and weight.

In this class, we will actively practice positions and coping techniques for pain, so please come dressed for movement. Please bring water bottles, a note pad and pens, two pillows and any personal snacks. 2 sessions Instructors: Certified Childbirth Educators Class fee: $100 for mom and support person Class code: CBE Location: Dominican Hospital – Foundation Meeting Room 1555 Soquel Drive

Sat 1/19 & Sun 1/20, 1-5:30 p.m. Sat 2/16 & Sun 2/17, 1-5:30 p.m. Sat 3/23 & Sun 3/24, 1-5:30 p.m. Sat 4/27 & Sun 4/28, 1-5:30 p.m. Sat 5/18 & Sun 5/19, 1-5:30 p.m. Sat 6/22 & Sun 6/23, 1-5:30 p.m.

Breastfeeding Basics Learn the information you need for getting breastfeeding off to a good start. This onesession class will cover how to ensure a good milk supply, techniques for getting a good latch, how to know if your baby is getting enough, and ways you can avoid common problems. Recommended for mothers in midto-late pregnancy. Support person welcome. 1 session Instructor: International Board Certified Lactation Consultant Class fee: $45 for woman and support person Class code: BFS Location: Dominican Hospital – Foundation Meeting Room 1555 Soquel Dr.

Tue 1/15, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tue 2/19, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tue 3/19, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tue 4/16, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tue 5/21, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tue 6/18, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

To register for PEP classes go to dignityhealth.org/dominican/pep or call (831) 457-7099..

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Newborn Care This class will give expectant parents and/ or caregivers an opportunity to learn the basics of caring for their baby in the early months after delivery. These basic skills include: bathing, diapering, dressing, swaddling, and soothing newborns. Some basic breastfeeding skills will be offered but will not replace the comprehensive class which is offered separately. You will also learn about newborn behavior and development including: sleep-wake cycles, newborn reflexes, coos, and cries, how to soothe a fussy baby and to identify a baby who is sick and needs medical attention. Important safety considerations for cribs, car seats, and other baby equipment will be taught. There will be time allotted for hands-on practice to learn these skills and help alleviate some of the anxieties that most new parents have regarding newborn care. 1 session Instructor: Certified Newborn Care Instructors Class fee: $35 for mom and support person Class code: NBC Location: Dominican Hospital– Foundation Meeting Room 1555 Soquel Dr.

Sat 1/26, 10 a.m.–1 p.m. Sat 2/23, 10 a.m.–1 p.m. Sat 3/30, 10 a.m.–1 p.m. Sat 4/20, 10 a.m.–1 p.m. Sat 5/25, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.

Aquatic Exercise for Pregnant Women The aquatic environment helps reduce weight bearing on all joints, which helps reduce joint and back pain. Learn safe exercise techniques to strengthen core muscles: abdominals, pelvic floor, back and leg muscles along with safe flexibility exercises. There is a light cardiovascular exercise portion of this class. Posture and body mechanics will be emphasized. All exercises can be modified for individual needs. Instructors: Dominican Physical Therapy Staff Class fee: $65 $10 drop-in session fee, if there is space available in the class. Class code: AQ Location: Simpkins Family Swim Center 979 17th Ave. Santa Cruz

Mon 1/7-3/4, 10-10:50 a.m., No class 1/21, 2/18 Fri 1/11-3/8, 10-10:50 a.m. Mon 3/11-5/13, 10-10:50 a.m., No class 4/1 Fri 3/15-5/17, 10-10:50 a.m., No class 4/5 Mon 6/3-8/12, 10-10:50 a.m., No class 7/1


Childbirth & Parenting

Baby Sleep Smarts

Gentle Sleep Coaching

When we become parents, sleep gets a lot more important-for our little ones and for ourselves. But not every child is born a good sleeper. This class will guide you through gentle and effective sleep techniques to prepare you if you are expecting a little one, or that can start to implement if your little one has arrived to help lengthen naps and nighttime sleep. Topics covered include:

Do you miss a restful night’s sleep? Are you ready to learn how you can experience them again? This class will guide you through the different types of sleep training plans and how to determine what is the right path for your family. Topics covered include:

• Review of sleep basics and how your baby’s sleep is developing during their first 6 months • Guidance on establishing basic, however not rigid, rhythms and routines • Arming you with soothing techniques and coping strategies to get you through the next few months • An overview of sleep coaching to provide guidance for when infants are developmentally ready (if sleep remains elusive) • Resources Please bring a yoga mat or blanket and a bolster. Instructor: Mckenzie Mangus, Certified Gentle Sleep Coach Class fee: $25 per couple Class code: BS Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Sat 2/2, 10-11:30 a.m. Sat 5/18, 10-11:30 a.m.

Baby Sign Language Introductory Workshop Baby Sign Language gives parents the opportunity to communicate with babies long before they can verbalize thier wants and needs. Signing with babies has been proven to help accelerate language development, reduce frustration, enhance a child’s selfesteem and deepen the bond between parent and child. this workshop introduces basic bayb signs that are based on Ameican Sign Language (ASL). You will learn about the latest research and how to teach your baby to sign. Fun activities and songs will show you how easy it can be to integrate more than 30 simple signs into your everyday routine. Babies from birth to 18 months of age are welcome to attend but not required. 1 session Instructor: William White, BS Class fee: $45 for couple or participant Class code: SL Location: Dominican Rehab PEP Education Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Wed 1/16, 1–2:30 p.m. Wed 4/10, 1–2:30 p.m.

•R  eview of sleep basics and how your child’s sleep is developing throughout their infant and toddler years • Securing a safe sleep environment •S  upporting the breastfeeding mother during sleep coaching •W  hen to begin sleep training and what the process looks like •O  vercoming common stumbling blocks when sleep coaching • Guidance on nap coaching • Resources Come and learn how to teach your child the life skill of putting themselves to sleep. Please bring a yoga mat or blanket and a bolster. Babies and toddlers ages 6 months to 2 years. Instructor: Mckenzie Mangus, Certified Gentle Sleep Coach Class Fee: $50 per couple Class code: GSC Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium

Sun 2/3, 10 a.m.-12noon Sun 5/19, 10 a.m.-12noon

Latch Clinic Personalized one-on-one lactation support with an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. Baby-Weigh® scale available. Call (831) 462-7862 for more information. Open to the community regardless of birthplace.

Dominican welcomes you to tour our

Birth Center TUESDAY EVENINGS, 6-7 p.m. 1/8, 1/22, 2/13, 2/26, 3/5, 3/12, 4/9, 4/30, 5/21, 5/28, 6/4, 6/18 Registration is available at dignityhealth.org/dominican or call (831) 457-7099. Explore options for your birth experience. Discover the ways Dominican provides comfortable, safe and secure care for mom and baby. Visit our private birthing rooms and postpartum rooms where mom, baby, and partner can stay together. Also, peek in to see the sweetest and smallest patients in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Dominican is pleased to offer midwifery care, as well as staff who are trained and experienced in the care of high risk moms and families. Make an informed choice for you and your baby.

Visite el Hospital

antes de que nazca su bebé Llame para hacer una cita (831) 465-7948.

Facilitator: Dominican Lactation Consultant Fee: No charge to participate Funded by: Dominican Hospital Location: Dominican Rehab Lactation Office 610 Frederick St.

Wednesdays, 9–11 a.m., No Group 4/3

New Moms’ Support Group An opportunity for new moms and babies to get together, meet other new moms, and discuss common concerns. Call (831) 462-7862 for more information. Open to the community regardless of birthplace. Facilitator: Maternal Child Health Staff Fee: No charge to participate Funded by: Dominican Hospital Location: Dominican Rehab Yoga/Pilates Rm.

Dominican is officially designated as a Baby-Friendly® hospital

610 Frederick St.

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Support Groups

Bariatric Support Group

Lymphedema Education & Support Group

Eating Well Through Cancer Guidance for Patients & Families

A monthly peer support group for anyone considering or who has already gone through bariatric surgery. A place to share experiences, and support each other through the weight loss journey. Call (831) 462-7597 with questions.

This educational and supportive group welcomes people with lymphedema and their friends and families. For more information, contact Katz Center (831) 462-7770.

Learn ways to eat during cancer treatment that can help in the recovery process, how to establish nutritional goals, stay hydrated and cope with changes in appetite.

Facilitator: Morgan White Fee: No Charge to Participate Location: Dominican Rehab QIC Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Facilitators: Certified Lymphedema Therapists Fee: No charge to participate Funded by: Dominican Hospital Location: The Katz Cancer Resource Center

Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

2nd Thursday of each month, 5–6 p.m. Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m., No Group 4/3

Wednesday, 1/9, 3/13, 5/8, 6–8 p.m.

Better Breathers Pulmonary Support Group This program offers eduction and support for adults with chronic lung disorders, their families and caregivers. The group is coordinated by Dominican’s Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program and is open to the community. No registration required. Call (831) 457-7077 for more information. Facilitator: Respiratory Therapist/Registered Nurse Fee: No charge to participate Funded by: Dominican Hospital Location: Dominican Rehab Lifestyle Ed. Room, Conference Room 7 (next to waiting area)

Thursday, 1/10, 2/14, 3/14, 4/11, 5/9, 6/13 1:30–2:30 p.m.

Multiple Sclerosis Self Help Group A support group for those affected by MS in any way. The group brings people together for support, education and mutual aid, encouraging others to try new things and live each day to its full potential. Please call (415) 699-2574 for more information. Facilitator: Eva M. Clark MS Self-Help Group Facilitator Fee: Fee: No charge to participate Funded by: Dominican Hospital Location: Dominican Lifestyle Management Education Conference Rm.

A peer support group for individuals making lifestyle changes that support heart health. A safe place to share ideas and find solutions. The group is coordinated by Dominican Hospital’s Cardiovascular Services and Center for Lifestyle Management and is open to the community. Please call (831) 457-7077 for more information. No registration required. Fee: No charge to participate Location: Dominican Rehab Lifestyle Ed Rm. 610 Frederick St.

Monday, 1/14, 2/11, 3/11, 4/8, 5/13, 6/10, 6–7 p.m. Tuesday, 1/15, 2/19, 3/19, 4/16, 5/21, 6/18, 2-3 p.m.

SUPPORTIVE CARE PROGRAMS Chemo 101 / Radiation 101 English and Spanish

Instructor: Michael Leannarda-Dini, CYI Location: Dominican Rehab Solarium 610 Frederick St.

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday of the month. Time: 1:30–2:30 p.m.

Bilingual Gentle Yoga Before, During and After Cancer Treatments Location: Watsonville Yoga, Dance, and Healing Arts 375 N. Main Street Watsonville

Every Tuesday of the month. Time: 10:30–11:30 a.m.

Katz Knitters

Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

Wednesdays, 1/2, 1/23, 2/6, 2/20, 3/6, 3/13, 4/3, 4/17, 5/1, 5/22, 6/5, 6/19 Time: 10 a.m. – noon

Look Good…Feel Better

Wig Bank

Call (831) 462-7770 for dates and times.

Gentle stretching, yoga and relaxation to help ease discomfort and improve overall sense of well-being. Adaptable to all physical abilities.

A knitting group for patients during and after cancer treatment. Drop-in support group.

Individual meeting with an oncology certified nurse. Call (831) 462-7770 for appointment.

Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

Gentle Yoga Before, During and After Cancer Treatments

A class to help cancer patients and families understand and manage the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Recommend taking this class before treatment begins. Physician approval required.

3rd Saturday of each month, 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

A program to help women who are undergoing cancer treatment look their best. Licensed cosmetologists teach women how to enhance their appearance. Learn how to choose a wig, tie scarves, and manage skin and nail changes.

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Heart Connections: A Heart Health Support Group

Call (831) 462-7770 for appointment with an Oncology Dietitian.

Select a wig from our collection of many styles and colors, for women and men who are losing their hair due to cancer treatment. Hats and scarves are also available. Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

Appointment required, call (831) 462-7770.

Facilitator: Lily Rogers, RD, CNSC, CSO Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

Parent Child Art Class A Pizza and art event for parents with cancer and their children (ages 4 and up) Facilitator: Allison Brookes, LCSW and Heidi Brancatelli, LCSW

March 16, 2019 & May 4, 2019 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Call to register (831) 462-7770


Katz Cancer Resource Center

Creative Expression Through Art Making art to express one’s journey through cancer can be healing, inspiring and transforming. This class requires no art experience, just your willingness to participate. Materials and refreshments provided.

Katz Cancer Resource Center

The Katz Cancer Resource Center Fireside Chat

Instructor: Heidi Brancatelli, LCSW Dominican Hospital Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

Guest experts present information on topics surrounding cancer.

Register by calling (831) 462-7770. Wednesday, 1/16, 3/20, 5/15 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

CANCER SUPPORT GROUPS Ongoing professionally facilitated support groups for people with cancer and/or support persons.

Cancer Support Group Drop-in support group for cancer patients whose lives are challenged by cancer. Facilitator: Allison Brookes, LCSW Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

First and third Tuesday evening of every month. 5:30–6:45 p.m.

Cancer Support for Young Adults For men and women 19–40 years old with a diagnosis of cancer. Call for more information (831) 462-7770.

Family & Friends Cancer Support Group Drop-in support group for families and friends of cancer patients. Facilitator: Nancy Samsel, LMFT Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

Second and fourth Tuesday of every month. 5:30–6:30 p.m.

Bone Marrow Transplant Support Group Drop-in support group.

Noon–1 p.m. Refreshments served. No charge to participate. No registration required. Monday, January 7 Managing Lymphedema Vanessa Hemingway, OTR/L, CLT-LANA Monday, February 11 Gentle Yoga Home Practice Michael Leannarda-Dini, CYT, AHC Certified Yoga Therapist and Educator Ayurvedic Health Counselor. Monday, March 4 Surgical Approaches to Thyroid Cancer Louis Lee, MD Surgical Associates of Monterey Bay

Katz Kids Fun, supportive group for kids who have had a parent/loved one affected by cancer. Facilitator: Nancy Samsel, LMFT Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

Saturdays 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, 1-3 p.m.Call to register or for more information (831) 462-7770.

Las programas en Español Quimoterapia 101/ Radioterapia 101 Una clase que ayuda a los pacientes y sus familias entender y manegar los effectos secundarios de la quimoterapia y radiacion. Recomendamos tomar este clase antes de comenzar su tratamiento. Lugar: El Katz Cancer Centro de Recursos Una junta individual con la navegadora de pacientes de oncologia.

Llame (831) 462-7870 para una junta

Monday, April 15 Cancer Related Fatigue Vanessa Hemingway, OTR/L, LANA

Luzca Bien … Siéntase Mejor

Tuesday, May 7 Qi Gong Movement and Meditation Anna Batsakes, Movement Meditation Instructor

Un programa que ayuda a las mujeres que están bajo el tratamiento del cáncer lucir mejor. Cosmetólogas especialmente entrenadas por la Sociedad Americana del Cancer, ensena a las mujeres como mejorar su apariencia, escoger una peluca, y manejar el cambio de la piel y unas durante el tratamiento del cáncer.

Lymphedema Education & Support Group

Lugar: El Katz Cancer Centro de Recursos

Llamar para hora y fecha (831)462-7870 This educational and supportive group welcomes men and women with lymphedema and their friends and families. Facilitator: Dominican Hospital Certified Lymphedema Therapists Location: The Katz Cancer Resource Center

Grupo de Apoyo Para Mujeres con Cáncer

Wednesday, 1/9, 3/13, 5/8, 6–8 p.m.

La familias son bienvenidas.

Prostate Cancer Support Group

Facilitators: Renee Aispuro Gonzales, RN, OCN Lugar: Katz Cancer Resource Center 3150 Mission Drive Santa Cruz, CA 95065

Drop-in support group for men and their partners dealing with the issues of prostate cancer.

Primer Jueves de cada mes. 1/3, 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, 5/2, 6/6 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Facilitator: Nancy Samsel, LMFT Location: Katz Cancer Resource Center

No registration required Location: The Katz Cancer Resource Center 1st Floor

Second and fourth Thursday of every month. 7–8:30 p.m.

Last Wednesday of every month, 7–9 p.m.

To register for PEP classes go to dignityhealth.org/dominican/pep or call (831) 457-7099..

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Lifestyle Management Programs

Bilingue Yoga Suave Antes, Durante y Despues del Tratamiento del Cancer Lugar: Watsonville Yoga, Dance, and Healing Arts 375 N Main Street Watsonville

Cada Martes, 10:30–11:30 a.m. Llame (831) 462-7870

Cardiac Risk Reduction Program (Cardiac Rehabilitation) Lowering risk factors such as high cholesterol, weight, high blood pressure and stress has been shown to significantly reduce future cardiac problems. Designed for individuals who have had angina, heart attack, cardiac procedure (angioplasty, atherectomy, stent), bypass surgery, valve surgery or congestive heart failure. This nationally certified program includes cardiac education classes, nutrition assessment, risk factor counseling, lifestyle coaching, and monitored exercise therapy. The Dominican Cardiac Risk Reduction Program is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Diabetes Management (Type 1 & 2) The Diabetes Management Program provides information and support to help create a personal, successful path to diabetes management. The program includes education classes and individual appointments provided by our team of health care professionals including certified diabetes educators, registered nurses, and registered dietitians. The Dominican Diabetes Management Program is recognized by the American Diabetes Association.

Supervised Exercise Therapy for Peripheral Artery Disease (SETPAD) Are you an individual living with symptomatic peripheral artery disease (PAD), including discomfort or cramping in the legs? This program is designed for individuals like you, offering customized therapy in a supervised setting. The goal of the program is to increase stamina, mobility, improve overall health and quality of life. To reach these goals, the individual receives supervised exercise therapy, education classes, a nutrition assessment, risk factor counseling and lifestyle coaching. Led by a multi-disciplinary team of registered nurses, exercise physiologists and dietitians.

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Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program

Cholesterol Screening

This nationally certified program provides education, breathing retraining exercises and a monitored exercise program to increase functional ability in individuals coping with COPD, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, bronchiectasis and pulmonary fibrosis. Specially trained professionals will develop individualized program on initial assessment.

Blood test provides complete cholesterol panel (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides) and glucose levels. A health professional will explain the test results and provide recommendations. 30 minutes

The Dominican Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Nutrition Counseling Meet with a Registered Dietitian to assess and plan personal and medical nutrition goals. Receive nutrition and lifestyle guidance for weight management, cholesterol, hypertension, pre-diabetes, intestinal disorders, eating disorders, and general healthy eating. Call for price. Insurance may cover based on diagnosis.

Fitness & Health Services Weigh To Go Weight Management Program This 12-week lifestyle-focused program includes exercise classes, nutrition workshops, education and inspiration to make behavior changes that will have a lasting impact on your health. Led by a dedicated team of dietitians, exercise physiologists and nurses. Price: $225 Location: Dominican Rehab Lifestyle Ed Room & Gym 610 Frederick St.

Wednesdays, 1/23-3/27, 6–8 p.m.

Medical Fitness Program

Price: $62 Please note that pricing is subject to change.

Resting Metabolic Rate The Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) Assessment provides an accurate method of determining personalized calorie or energy budget, based on individual metabolism. This simple 10 to 15-minute assessment is performed while reclining. A clinical specialist will then review results and assist in designing an effective fitness and/ or weight management program. 30 minutes Price: $78 Please note that pricing is subject to change.

Body Composition Analysis 30 MINUTES Based on results from skinfold measurements or bioelectrical impedance, participants will receive an individualized report that includes body fat percentage, lean weight, and goal weight. Price: $54 Please note that pricing is subject to change.

Maximize Your Metabolism Are you trying to lose weight but not seeing the results you desire? This comprehensive package includes an assessment of your personal Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) and dietary review. You’ll meet one on one with a Registered Dietitian for individualized dietary recommendations, menu suggestions and tips for hunger management and portion control. 90 minutes Price: $184 Please note that pricing is subject to change.

Strides Program Whether you are managing chronic medical issues or simply prefer a supervised exercise setting, this is the program for you. Meet individually with one of our clinical specialists for an assessment prior to starting the program. The small-group 60 minute sessions include warm-up, stretching, aerobic exercise, resistance training and cool-down. Initial Assessment: $110 Monthly Fee: $80 2x/week (8 sessions) $110 3x/week (12 sessions) Please note that pricing is subject to change.

A personalized walking program designed to help you get fit, improve your health and achieve and maintain a healthy weight. We will help you set personal, achievable walking goals based on your current level of fitness with the use of a pedometer. Includes: Pedometer, initial consult, pedometer setup with an Exercise Physiologist Price: $88 Please note that pricing is subject to change.


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