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Expo Schedule of Events: 2013
9:45 a.m. WELCOME - OPENING CEREMONY & RIBBON CUTTING (FRONT ENTRANCE) 10:30 a.m. “Treatment for Ringing in the Ears” Dr. Angela Bright Pearson, Bright Audiology (Auditorium) 10:30 a.m. “Advance Directives” Tonya Maness & Wendy Tomczak - Liberty Home Care & Hospice (Classroom 102) 11:05 a.m. “LONGEVITY and The Illness of Aging” Ronald Franklin, PHD, Advance Behavioral Center (Auditorium) 11:05 a.m. “Protect Your Financial Future” Barbara Bennett, Investor Education Specialist/Military Liaison, NC Department of The Secretary of State, Securities Division (Classroom 102) 11:35 a.m. “Silver Sneaker Program” Diane Foushee & Wanda Harrington, Carolina Women’s Fitness & Olympic Fitness (Auditorium) 11:35 a.m. “Family Caregivers - Do You Need a Break?” Barbara Clayton, Director, Bayberry Retirement Inn (Classroom 102) 12:05 p.m. “Feeding Your Healthy Cravings, A Whole Body Approach To Proper Nutrition” Dr. Rachel Myers, Ammons Chiropractic Clinic (Auditorium) 12:35 p.m. “Caring for the Caregiver” Deanna Heck, St. Joseph of the Pines (Auditorium) 12:35 p.m. “Irregular Heart Beat” Dr. Camille Frazier Mills, Duke Cardiology of Sanford (Classroom 102) 1:05 p.m. “Living With Knee Pain - What is the Cause and What are My Options for Treating the Pain?” Dr. Andrew Bush, (Orthopedic Surgeon) Central Carolina Hospital (Auditorium) 1:05 p.m. “Back & Neck Pain” James Winkley, MD - FirstHealth of the Carolinas (Classroom 102) 1:35 p.m. “Varicose Veins - Not Just A Cosmetic Problem” Dr. Hemant Solomon, UNC Physicians Network (Auditorium) 1:35 p.m. “Living Longer … Living Smarter” Harriett Bartnick, AARP of NC, Volunteer (Classroom 102) 2:30 p.m. GRAND DOOR PRIZE (MAIN HALL) SEMINARS
Auditorium and Classroom 102 BINGO 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. WITH PRIZES (CLASSROOM 103) SPONSORED BY CENTRAL CAROLINA HOSPITAL AUXILARY Hands on Computer 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Mark Coggins, Instructor (Classroom 104)
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All adults welcome to the Boomer, Senior and Caregivers Expo Celebrating our 11th year Judi Womack, Expo Chairman
Welcome to our 11th Annual Boomer, Senior and Caregiver Expo. We know from early indicators that the 2013 show will be another strong event as it is packed with 100+ vendors. We had this number of vendors in 2012 and set an all-time high attendance record. What will you find at the Expo? Simply put…EVERYTHING. Over 100 exhibits displaying products and ser vices of great interest to consumers: seniors, boomers, family caregivers, veterans, volunteers and beyond! Enter tainment, seminars, demonstrations, displays, health screenings and lots more! The Boomer, Senior and Caregiver Expo is Sanford’s premier exhibition event where you can explore, learn and connect with resources to assist you while navigating the transitions of aging. Discover the power of age at this one-day exposition, Wednesday, August 28 at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center in Sanford. Admission, parking and health screenings are all free thanks to
generous contributions by our sponsors. All adults, anyone age 18 or older, are welcome to attend the Boomer, Senior & Caregiver Expo. Explore: With more than 100 booths to explore, the Boomer, Senior and Caregiver Expo is the best setting for adults and their families to find out first-hand about the products and ser vices available. This year’s expo focuses on nutrition, health, wellness, retirement, housing, education, advocacy and much more! Learn: Opportunities to learn are around every corner. Find out the latest medical breakthroughs to get you back on your feet sooner; where you can volunteer in Lee County; how to protect your financial future. We have it all! Come and learn how you can stay vibrant and active. Connect: Meet professionals who will help you transition seamlessly thru the best phase of your life. The Boomer, Senior and Caregiver Expo will provide “one-stop-shopping” for adults, their families and caregivers looking to connect with valuable local resources. This is a fun, informative, high
quality event featuring a vast array of exhibitors, sponsors, products and ser vices, seminars, hands-on activities, entertainment and drawings. If there’s something we’ve missed or you would like to see offered in 2014, please let us know on our Expo Survey. Exhibitors will be providing information about: housing, legal issues, volunteer oppor tunities, voting, social security, medication, Medicare, physical therapies, safety and medical equipment, travel, health related issues, home care, hospitals, nutrition, education, physical fitness, hospices, health testing, finance, real estate, senior support programs, family caregiving programs of all kinds and more. Since its debut in 2003, more than 15,000 boomers, seniors and family caregivers have enriched their lives through a variety of offerings at the Boomer, Senior & Caregiver Expo. The Enrichment Center of Lee County encourages this population to live healthy by offering 15 + health screenings, educational seminars and much more to follow our theme for the past ten years, “Living Well.” The Enrich-
ment Center of Lee County along with our gracious sponsors is proud to be able to continue this tradition. Free educational seminars throughout the day will cover topics such as: “Silver Sneaker Program” with Diane Foushee and Wanda Harrington, “Varicose Veins – Not Just a Cosmetic Problem” with Dr. Hemant Solomon, “Back and Neck Pain” with Dr. James Winkley, “Protect Your Financial Future” with Barbara Bennett, NC Department of the Secretary of State. Many other topics will be covered by exper ts in their field. Special door prizes will be given to a winner at the end of each seminar. The Enrichment Center wants to thank each of our sponsors for making this expo so successful and for their dedication in carr ying out the theme “Living Well.” We could not offer this exciting event without ALL of our sponsors! It is truly an honor to coordinate and work with our sponsors and all exhibitors, a fantastic team – The Enrichment Center, Expo Committee and volunteers in putting together our 11th Boomer, Senior & Caregiver Expo!
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Signs of a stroke: they are sudden By Joy Phillips MurphY
Facilitator, Sanford/Lee County Stroke Support Group
Be aware…know and understand all of the signs of stroke. They are sudden: • Numbness or weakness of arm, leg or face (especially on one side of
your body) • Confusion, trouble speaking or understanding • Trouble seeing in one or both eyes • Severe headache with no known cause • Trouble walking, dizziness, loss of
balance or coordination If you see one or all of these, call 911. Give yourself the advantage of taking proactive steps against the #1 disabler and the #4 cause of death in the world. It is vital that you understand time is brain. Protecting your health is critical. Get help immediately!
If you should be a stroke sur vivor or have a friend or family member who is a sur vivor, stay connected. SLC (Sanford/Lee County) Stroke Support Group meets the second Thursday of every month at The Enrichment Center at 1 p.m. You deserve to reap the benefits of participating in our group!
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Vendor Information Company Name Contact Person AARP of NC Suzanne LaFollette-Black Adcock Associates David A. Nestor Advance Behavioral Center Rev. Eddie Hightower Advanced Hearing Care Judy Price Aging Outreach Services NC Susan McKenzie Alzheimers NC, Inc. Dee Dee Harris Alzheimer’s Walk/5K Race & Support Group Judi Womack Ammons Chiropractic Clinic Laura Bruce Artistic Designs by Kathryn Kathy Turner Bayberry Retirement Inn Barbara Clayton Better Business Bureau of Eastern NC Mallory Wojciechowski Big Screen Beauty Salon Julie Christy Callaghan Bright Audiology Stephanie Chilton Cambridge Hills Assisted Living Julie Brown Cancer Centers of North Carolina Chasity Keyes Cape Medical, Inc. Tom Moore CaptionCall Stefanie Sorensen Caregiver Time Out/Caregiver Support Group Judi Womack Carolina Eye Associates Patty Rae Carolina Women’s Fitness & Olympic Fitness Dianne Foushee CCCC - Continuing Education Cindy Ramsey CCCC - Cosmetology Department Janice Fenner CCCC - Dental Hygiene Program Lisa Barron, RDH, BASDH Central Carolina Advanced Life Support Jonathon Kelly Central Carolina Hospital Wendy O’Quinn Central Carolina Hospital Auxiliary Crystal Hickman Central Carolina Paddlers Pat Wells Central Electric Membership Corp. Nancy Gust Chat with Mayor Olive Mayor Cornelia Olive Christian Healthcare Adult Daycare Wanda Marsh Clinique - Belk Graham Spencer Comfort Keepers Logan Beck Community Home Care & Hospice Betsy McNeill, RN County of Lee Transit System Sidney Morgan Deep River Sporting Clays & Shooting Range Bill Kempffer Department of Veteran Affairs LaVondra Pye, RN, BSN Digital Benefit Advisors Kathy Norman Duke Cardiology of Sanford Marie Edwards Estee Lauder - Belk Graham Spencer Family Chiropractic Center Carlie Marguina Family Eye Care Optometry Susie Barns Family Veterinary Hospital Dr. Meghan Ellis First Bank Stewart Forbes First Choice Home Care Sandra Bridges, RN FirstHealth of the Carolinas Meg Craven Friends of the Lee County Library Marjorie Morris Gary Tyner Insurance (Allstate) Rhonda Tyner Griswold Home Care Robert Bonville Harrington, Gilleland, Winstead, Feindel & Lucas, LLP Sara Harrington Helping Hands Clinic Marilyn Green Humana MarketPOINT, Inc. Marla Strandh J.S. Howard Electrical Co., Inc. Jason Howard Kerr Health, LLC Dan Prosser Lee County Emergency Management Shane Seagroves Lee County Health Department Sandra Boyd Lee County Partnership for Children Kristy Arey
Address City 1511 Sunday Dr., Suite 312 Raleigh 1101 S. Horner Blvd. Sanford 317 Chatham Street Sanford 207-A Gordon Street Sanford P.O. Box 2478 Southern Pines 1305 Navaho Dr., Suite 101 Raleigh 1615 S. Third Street Sanford 1401 Greenway Court Sanford 6903 Springer Road Wilmington 2002 Woodland Avenue Sanford 5540 Munford Dr., Ste. 130 Raleigh 116 Steele Street Sanford 1620 South Third Street Sanford 140 Brookstone Lane Pittsboro 4101 Macon Pond Road Raleigh 2732 Old Wrightsboro Road Wilmington 4215 S. Riverboat Road Salt Lake City 1615 S. Third Street Sanford 2170 Midland Road Southern Pines 999 Center Church Road Sanford 1105 Kelly Drive Sanford 1105 Kelly Drive Sanford 900 S. Vance Street, Suite 220 Sanford 1135 Carthage Street Sanford 1135 Carthage Street Sanford 1135 Carthage Street Sanford 642 Chelsea Drive Sanford 128 Wilson Road Sanford 225 E. Weatherspoon Street Sanford 507 N. Steele Street Sanford 1065 Spring Lane Sanford 10677 Hwy. 15-501 Southern Pines 1836 Doctor’s Drive Sanford 1615 S. Third Street Sanford 284 Cletus Hall Road Sanford 2300 Ramsey Street Fayetteville 310 N. Horner Blvd. Sanford 1309 Carthage Street Sanford 1065 Spring Lane Sanford 1100 Carthage Street Sanford 1225 Carthage Street Sanford 303 S. Horner Blvd. Sanford 2630 S. Horner Blvd. Sanford 506 Carthage Street Sanford 46 Memorial Drive Pinehurst PO Box 671 Sanford 315 N. Horner Blvd. Sanford PO Box 3024 Pinehurst 1410 Elm Street Sanford 507 North Steele Street Sanford 2000 Regency Parkway, Suite 470 Cary 2514 Dogwood Street Sanford 1050 S. Horner Blvd. Sanford 204 W. Courtland Drive Sanford 106 Hillcrest Drive Sanford 143 Chatham Street Sanford
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ompany Name C Lee County Sheriff’s Department Lee County Veterans Service Legal Aid of NC Liberty Commons Nursing & Rehab Liberty Home Care & Hospice Liberty Medical Specialities, Inc. Linda Moore, RN, MSN, PA Living Well - Enrichment Center Fitness Local Government Federal Credit Union Marcello Salon Spa & Nails Mary Kay Cosmetics Miller Boles Funeral Home & Cremation NC Cooperative Extension - Lee County NC Senior Medicare Patrol NCHC (North Carolina Housing Coalition) Outreach Dental Semi Program Parkinson’s Disease Support Group /Parkinson Assoc. of the Carolinas Peak Resources - Pinelake Health & Rehab Piedmont Health Senior Care (PACE) Pinehurst Surgical Women’s Care Center Quality Home Healthcare Rainbow Distributors Re-Bath of the Triangle Sanford Health & Rehabilitation Sanford Herald Sanford Jobseekers/Family Promise Sanford Mobile Community Police Sanford Nautilus Sanford/Lee County Stroke Support Group Senior Games & Silver Arts of Lee County Senior Resource Services, Inc. Senior’s Health Insurance Info. Program Southern Books & Talks Spring Arbor of Apex Assisted Living St Joseph of the Pines Stevens Center Temple Theatre The Enrichment Center of Lee County The Laurels of Chatham The Painted Petal The Pampered Chef Thompson Chiropractic Center, PC Total Life Care Troubadours Band UNC Comprehensive Stroke Center UNC-Physicians Network United Assist Medical Supply United Hospice Volunteerlee.com Westfield Rehabilitation & Health Center WLHC-FM Life 103.1 WWGP-WFJA
Contact Person Sheriff Tracy Carter John Sandrock Cynthia Carter Tracy Floyd Dana Smith Kim Matthews Linda Moore, RN, MSN Kathy McLeod-Edwards Carol Clark Jeff Spurles Becky Pool Lee Setzer Susan Condlin Stephanie Bias Brenda F. Parrott Susie Buchanan
Address 1401 Elm Street 1615 S. Third Street 959 East Street 310 Commerce Drive 1005 Carthage Street 1804 Owen Drive 1503 Elm Street, Suite A 1615 S. Third Street 323 West Jones Street 1648 S. Horner Blvd. 791 Hancock Road 1150 Fire Tower Road 2420 Tramway Road 11 South Boylan Avenue 118 Saint Mary’s Street 100 Gossman Drive, Ste. B
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I’m almost 65 — how should I prepare for Medicare? Provided by SHIIP, NC Dept. of Insurance
More than 120,000 Nor th Carolinians will tur n 65 this year. Turning 65 is a lot like tur ning 16. When you tur ned 16, you didn’t automatically get your driver’s license; instead, you had to take an exam and prove that you were a safe driver. There was a specific order and procedure for getting your driver’s license, and the same is true for enrolling in Medicare for the first time when you turn 65. Much like you anticipated tur ning 16
and geting your driver’s license, you must anticipate and plan for becoming a Medicare beneficiar y. Don’t wait until you’re 65 to star t thinking about your Medicare choices. Start now and let SHIIP, the Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program, help you. S H I I P, a d i v i s i o n of the Nor th Carolina Depar tment of Insurance, provides free, unbiased infor mation about Medicare and other insurance-related issues. There are SHIIP sites in all 100 counties in Nor th Carolina.
It is recommended that you review your Medicare options before you need to enroll so that you don’t make any hurried decisions at the last minute. Your Medicare choices will depend on several factors, including: 1. Are you retired, or will you or your spouse continue to work? 2. W ill you have access to medical and/ or pr escription dr ug coverage through an Employer Group Health Plan? 3. How does your Employer Group Health Plan compare with
Part D Annual Enrollment October 15 – December 7, 2013. Call (919) 776-0501, ext. 2206 for FREE assistance.
Walk-In Clinics Available – No Appointment Necessary
The Enrichment Center, 1615 S. Third Street, Sanford 919-776-0501 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013 Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013
Medicare supplement plans and Medicare Advantage plans? Of course, there are other things to consider when deter mining your Medicare options. SHIIP has cr eated a handout meant to help you navigate the Medicare system and initial enrollment process. The handout, “The Road to Medicare,” outlines the decisions you’ll need to make and what options are available through the Medicare system. To obtain a free copy of “The Road to Medicare,” call SHIIP at (800)443-9354 or visit SHIIP’s website at www. ncshiip.com. You can also meet with a cer tified SHIIP Vo l u n t e e r C o u n s e l o r in your community to discuss your Medicare o p t i o n s . To a r r a n g e an appointment with a SHIIP Volunteer Counselor, contact the SHIIP Coor dinating Site in your county; if you don’t know the local contact information, call SHIIP at 1-800-443-9354 or visit www.ncshiip.com. Don’t wait to make y o u r M e d i c a r e d e c isions — you can and should start the process before your 65th bir thday. Let SHIIP help you understand your options and get you on the road to Medicare.
Resources are valuable to everyone Debbie Davidson
Director, Lee County Senior Services
As the boomer, older adult and caregiver populations continue to grow in Lee County, and funding for programs and services that assist this population decrease, we are pleased to offer the 11th Annual Boomer, Senior and Caregiver Expo on August 28, 2013. More than 100+ exhibits, health screenings, seminars, and demonstrations will be offered to include something for everyone in attendance. I have personally been touched as a long distance caregiver of my aging parents and a special aunt. Resources from the Expo are valuable to all, who at some point in their life will be faced with lives, changing family situations and need guidance to make the best choices. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, vendors and volunteers who make this event possible. Sincere appreciation to organizer Judi Womack, the dedicated staff of the Enrichment Center and Expo planning committee for your role in making the Expo a premier event for Lee County.
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2013 Platinum Sponsors Dana Smith 919-774-9522 firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret Murchison 919-775-3525 email@example.com
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Susan McKenzie 910-692-9609 firstname.lastname@example.org
James Sutherland 919-776-0352 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Carlie Marguina 919-775-2114 email@example.com
Dan Prosser 919-774-8510 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Button 919-775-1031 email@example.com
Karen Hall 919-775-1992 Khall@firstbancorp.com
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er, Senior & 11th Annual Boomring Committee ee Caregiver Expo St po Chairman, Judi Womack, Ex nter The Enrichment Ce Marketing, Melanie Rodgers, nter The Enrichment Ce tor, lunteer Coordina Janice Holmes, Vo nter The Enrichment Ce ight Audiology Shannon Butner, Br t Choice Home Care Sandra Bridges, Firs y Services e County Emergenc Shane Seagroves, Le ice Home Care & Hosp Dana Smith, Liberty Inn yberry Retirement Barbara Clayton, Ba s Center lina Womenâ€™s Fitnes ro Ca e, he us Fo ne Dian ystal Hickman, Wendy Oâ€™Quinn & Cr spital Central Carolina Ho as ealth of the Carolin Christy Cates, FirstH xi Au liary l Carolina Hospital ra nt Ce , er nt Gu ne Ju dio n, WWGP/WFJA Ra Margaret Murchiso s . Joseph of the Pine Jennifer Bunting, St ysicians Network Paige Lewis, UNC Ph inic ons Chiropractic Cl Laura Bruce, Amm
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Thank You Gold Sponsors
First Choice Home Care, Inc. Piedmont Health Services, Inc. Quality Home Healthcare Liberty Commons Nursing and Rehab Center Cambridge Hills Assisted Living Carolina Eye Associates United Assist Medical Supply Cape Medical, Inc. Peak Resources Pinelake Westfield Rehabilitation & Health Center Harrington/Gilleland/Winstead/ Feindel & Lucas Laurels of Chatham NC Senior Medicare Patrol Community Home Care & Hospice CaptionCall, LLC Thompson Chiropractic United Hospice Cancer Centers of NC Pinehurst Surgical Women’s Center
Miller Boles Funeral Home Humana MarketPOINT, Inc. Central Electric Membership Rainbow Distributors Comfort Keepers Gary Tyner Insurance (Allstate) Griswold Home Care Sanford Health & Rehabilitation Spring Arbor Assisted Living Re-Bath of the Triangle Senior Resource Services, Inc. Adcock Real Estate Digital Benefit Advisors Advance Hearing Care Family Eye Care Optometry J.S. Howard Electrical Co., Inc.
SLC 5K Race to Remember
& Alzheimer’s Walk Sat., Oct. 19, 2013
Kiwanis Family Park Sanford, NC
Race Registration 7:30 am Walk Registration 9 am
Kid & Pet Friendly Event! Join families, friends & co-workers for a morning full of fun & memories to help raise funds & awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease. Fee: 5K Run $25, Walk - Free Registration Options: www.leecountync.gov/ec Carolina Women’s Fitness Center, Sanford Nautilus and The Enrichment Center
Alzheimer’s North Carolina, Inc. Here for you… today and tomorrow
Mail in or drop off your registration form and fee: The Enrichment Center 1615 S. Third Street, Sanford. Questions? Call (919) 776-0501, Ext. 2230.
SPECIAL THANKS TO: McDonald’s for Biscuits, Fruit and Beverages Coke of Sanford for Beverages
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The Enrichment Center thrives on giving its best to citizens By Debbie Williams
Senior Center Program Director
As we celebrate “Living Well” at our 11th annual Boomer Senior & Caregiver Expo, I hope that everyone will join us in this wonderful opportunity that is provided for all adults. In a time where businesses are struggling, budget cuts are happening and people are facing unemployment, the need for helping ourselves, family and friends does not change. We all need help through resources when it comes to decisions concerning our families and our health. The Expo provides the opportunity to meet with vendors who will have just what
you need. You will not get this anywhere else! More than 100 vendors under one roof with contact information, health screenings, educational seminars to attend with valuable information, and all of this is FREE! We don’t realize how fortunate we are, even in times of trouble, to have such a great community that will come together to help one another. The Expo is just one example of how The Enrichment Center thrives on giving its best to the citizens of Lee County. Our friendships and collaborations with numerous agencies are astounding and very much appreciated. These collaborations make it possible to provide great information not
only at the Expo but in many of our programs at the center. The expertise and information is invaluable to those receiving it. At The Enrichment Center, I see the difference we make in peoples’ lives. More than 70 participants come for a noon time meal at the center Monday through Friday. We call it the Diners Club; it’s a daily celebration! For many, it is the only outing of their day. It’s not just about the food. The programs and fellowship help them with depression; they are able to socialize, exercise and learn. It keeps them independent; it keeps them alive! The Enrichment Center Home Delivered Meal Program serves about 30 home deliv-
ered meals Monday through Friday. Volunteers deliver the routes and it takes about an hour. Without these meals someone would be hungry and lonely. We are going to be on the receiving end one day and I hope these services and The Enrichment Center are still around. I am learning everyday about “Living Well” and how much information that I need to know. I am so grateful for those who are willing to share their time and knowledge with The Enrichment Center and residents of Lee County. Join us on Wednesday, August 28, 10am-2:30pm at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center and begin, or continue, your adventure on “Living Well”!
Exercise the most vital Why you need 50 and above now muscle: your brain eligible for games BY Kathy McLeodEdwards
Fitness Instructor, The Enrichment Center
Most people don’t think of their brain as a muscle, but according to Arthur Kramer, Ph.D., of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, physical exercise is one of the best gifts you can give your brain. A few years ago Kramer encouraged a group of older adults to start a relatively moderate exercise program, in which they walked three days a week for 45 minutes. The walkers showed substantial improvements on cognitive tests at the end of the year-long study. What’s more important, brain scans displayed a two percent increase in hippocampus size. Since the hippocampus usually shrinks about half a percent a year after age 50, his subjects weren’t just slowing the march of time, but reversing it. The Enrichment Cen-
ter of Lee County offers many forms of exercise to improve your mind and body. If working out by yourself is to your liking, use the fitness room after going through an orientation for only a $1 a visit. Group exercise classes offer a fun and social way to fitness and are free or reasonably priced. Classes are instructed in low impact aerobics, stretch and tone, yoga, tai chi and water aerobics. Classes are available in the mornings and evenings for your convenience. The Enrichment Center of Lee County also offers a quarter mile fitness trail where you can walk to improve body and brain. For more information on classes, times or to sign up for an orientation for the fitness room, call the Enrichment Center at (919) 776-0501, ext. 2201 or email kmedwards@ leecountync.com.
to stay active as you age
By Dianne Foushee
Carolina Women’s Fitness Center
There isn’t a fountain of youth, but exercise comes close. It will improve your chances of living a healthy life well into old age. Research shows that exercise can help prevent heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure, ease digestive problems, arthritis pain, stif fness, raise “good” HDl cholesterol, strengthen bones and muscles, improve balance, boost energy, improve mental health, ease stress, fight depression and shed body fat.
What’s good for the heart is also good for the skin. Exercise gets oxygen rich blood flowing for a healthy glow. Get active for at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week. Incorporate flexibility, stretching, aerobic, and strength training into your workout. Laugh ever y day! Laughter is inner jogging. This is great especially for anyone unable to do other physical activity. It’s also important to remember that healthy eating, plenty of water,and quality sleep are necessities for wellness at any age.
& arts program!
By: Jimmy Solomon,
Coordinator, Senior Games & Silver Arts of Lee County
53 Local Games across Nor th Carolina sanctioned by Nor th Carolina Senior Games. We ar e excited to announce that beginning in 2014 anyone 50 years of age and better are eligible to participate! Come tr y one of our events and see for yourself! Weather bad? T r y table tennis instead! Practice your skills using our equipment: Corn Hole, Shuf fle Board, Table Tennis, Horse Shoes, Bocce ...
Seniors who exercise and spend time in the fresh air will feel better both physically and mentally. Playing games is a great way to socialize with your friends and find a fun, new hobby you’ll enjoy. This type of activity keeps us healthy and fit and can help fight depression and improve memor y. The Enrichment Center of Lee County has many options available to you, including Senior Games and SilContact Jimmy Solomon, ver Arts of Lee County. Senior Games and Sil- Local Coordinator at (919) ver Arts of Lee County 776-0501, ext. 2207 or is par t of a network of firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Family Caregiver Program By Judi Womack Caregiver Specialist
Caregiving involves many challenges. You often need to develop new ways of relating to a family member if his or her ability to communicate or remember is compromised by illness. You may have to make tough decisions. But often one of the greatest challenges is taking care of yourself. Trying to do it all, and doing it all alone, are issues that caregivers frequently experience. The Family Caregiver Program at The Enrichment Center wants you as a caregiver to thrive and not just survive. Here is a list the program can offer the family caregiver. • Every Tuesday, you can bring your loved one to The Enrichment Center from 1 - 3 p.m. while you run your errands. • The Family Caregiver Program can offer you a break by sending a qualified person to your home at no cost to you. Even a short break from the daily demands of caregiving can help preserve a caregiver’s physical and emotional health. • Powerful Tools for Caregivers and the National Family Caregiver Class is offered during the year. These
classes are designed for the family caregiver to help reduce personal stress, set limits and ask for help, and deal with emotions such as anger, guilt and depression. The classes can’t take away caregiving problems, but they can help you better manage them, as well as seek and find solutions. • Alzheimer’s Education Conference and Dementia Workshops offered annually. • Caregiver Support groups offer family caregivers an opportunity to talk and share with others who have similar experiences and problems. • Our family caregiver program also offers grandparents/relatives who are raising grandchildren a support group and outings in the spring and winter that include the children. • Locating community services and resources is vital. So many caregivers do not know where to begin in their caregiving journey. The Family Caregiver Program will assist you in community services and resources. Please feel free to call Judi at (919) 776-0501, Ext. 2230 or email email@example.com for more information.
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