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Living Well with Chronic Conditions
Feb
12
9:30 AM09:30

Living Well with Chronic Conditions

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COPD, depression, asthma, hypertension — these chronic conditions can make everyday life a challenge. Learn how to better manage your condition during Living Well with Chronic Conditions, a FREE six-week class full of helpful information that will help you live Outback Strong.

Classes take place from 9:30 a.m. to noon every Tuesday from February 12 through March 19 at the Lake County Senior Center, 11 North G St., Lakeview. This evidence-based, nationally recognize program created by Stanford University offers practical tips for managing whatever condition you’re dealing with. Participants receive a free book, and those who complete five of six sessions receive a Safeway gift card. Space is limited, so call (541) 947-3366 now to find out more.

This class is made possible by partnership with the Coalition for Living Well with Chronic Disease and a grant from Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization.

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Living Well with Diabetes
Jan
16
2:30 PM14:30

Living Well with Diabetes

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Is one of your New Year's Resolutions better managing your diabetes? Learn how during Living Well with Diabetes, a FREE six-week class that will engage you in life-changing steps toward living Outback Strong with this chronic condition.

Living Well with Diabetes runs from 2:30 to 5 p.m. every Wednesday from January 16 through February 20 at the Lake County Senior Center, 11 North G St., Lakeview. This evidence-based, nationally recognize program created by Stanford University offers practical tips for managing the disease. Participants receive a free book, and those who complete five of six sessions receive a Safeway gift card. Space is limited, so call Nam or Susan at Lake Health Clinic at (541) 947-3366 to find out more.

This class is made possible by partnership with the Coalition for Living Well with Chronic Disease and a grant from Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization.

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