Lake Health District's Community Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP), in partnership with Klamath and Lake Councils Council on Aging and Greater Oregon Behavioral Health Inc. (GOBHI), is presenting a training designed to help people help their elderly neighbors.
Gatekeeper is a nationally recognized program that trains businesses, service organizations, and individuals how to keep a watchful eye on older adults in their communities. Red flags such as changes in appearance, health, mood, financial status, and more can all be cause for concern, especially if older adults are on their own with no family or friends nearby.
Make time for the FREE Lake County Gatekeeper program at 5:30 p.m. January 29 in Lake Health District's north conference room. This training is made possible thanks to a grant from GOBHI's Older Adult Behavioral Health Initiative.