Join us each month for an educational and engaging lecture on a topic related to health, aging, and living well. We cover a variety of topics and bring in experts to keep you informed and to provide you with resources in the community. Lectures are held virtually.
Friday, October 22. 11 AM – 12 PM
Know How to Act: Stroke Prevention, Response & Recovery
Did you know that 80% of strokes are preventable? Learn about basic changes in lifestyle and behaviors that can reduce your risk, as well as current recommendations for effectively recognizing and responding to a stroke. Join Sabena Passarello, MSN, FNP-BC, a nurse practitioner specializing in neurology and Ashley McKinley, RN, MSN, MBA who manages the stroke program at VHC to learn the latest in stroke prevention, management and recovery.
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Friday, November 19. 11 AM – 12 PM
Creative Tools and Tips to Make Aging and Independent Living Easier
While the term “assistive technology” can be intimidating, it really means utilizing a tool or strategy to do things with greater ease, efficiency, or independence. Solutions can be low-tech (e.g., Post-It notes), mid-tech (uses batteries), or high-tech (requires some technology training). Join Occupational Therapist Sarah Pickford, MS, OTR/L, CBIS, with Brain Injury Services to learn about a collection of different tools and ideas that seniors of all abilities have found useful.
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For additional information or assistance, please contact the VHC Senior Health Department: 703.558.6859 or firstname.lastname@example.org