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Start living a healthier lifestyle with HELPS! This medically directed, professionally supervised chronic disease prevention program is designed to develop a healthy and active lifestyle for people of all ages - utilizing exercise and education programs. The HELPS program staff are able to offer health and fitness assessments, monitored exercise sessions, nutritional analysis and consultations, […]Find out more »
The Open Doors Art classes are taught by local art instructors and welcome people of all ages, abilities and disabilities, who are interested in expressing their creativity and artistic skills. Beginners are always welcome. Learn something new in a positive and encouraging environment, where special efforts are made to accommodate students with mobility issues. Call […]Find out more »
Networking and lunch begin at 11:45. Formal meeting runs from Noon to 1:00PM. Lunch is $10 for guests. Our monthly meetings feature a 20 minute speaker (generally not a HIPSS member) and two 2 minute speakers (generally HIPSS members). If you would like to attend a HIPSS meeting as a visitor, please RSVP for lunch […]Find out more »
Caregiver support group meets on: Wednesdays from 11:00am - 12:30pm Fridays from 12:00pm - 2:00pm at the Elizabeth and Tab Williams Adult Day Center, 231 Melrose Street. The group is facilitated by Sharon Welborn, Senior Services’ vice president of Adult Day Services. For information about joining a support group at Senior Services’ Williams Center, call […]Find out more »
Join the Winston-Salem Alzheimer's Family Support Group as we share stories, encouragement and advice on how to cope with the diagnosis. Learn about area resources, and connect with families who understand. Located in the conference room of Forest Heights Senior Living, 2500 Polo Ridge Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106. Contact Nicole Griffin or Kathy Deringer for […]Find out more »
Local, world, ancient history and current events with Paul McCraw.Find out more »
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