Have you ever considered the benefits of Tai Chi? Yang Tai Chi movements are easy to learn, effective and safe. This style increases flexibility, muscle strength and mental activity, aligns posture, improves balance, and integrates the mind and body. David Best is bringing his very popular Tai Chi class
The very billiards program at the Miami Township Lifelong Learning Center is very popular! Every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 12-14 players meet to compete. In March, those players received a wonderful surprise! Watson’s of Cincinnati generously donated a brand new Brunswick pool table with all the accessories for their
Educate and update yourself on changes happening in Medicare for 2019.
In our 5th episode of, Wisdom for the Ages, we speak with Patricia Faust, a Gerontologist specializing in the issues of brain aging, brain health, and brain function. The information in this podcast is just a brief overview of her more in-depth topics, such as, Your Brain on Aging,
Retirement is one of the most challenging transitions your brain ever makes. A brief look at how your aging brain and brain healthy lifestyle impacts your retirement. Tools to help you navigate the changes will be presented.
Educate and update yourself on changes happening to Medicare for 2019.
Educate and update yourself on Medicare changes coming for 2019.
Review the 6 tenets of a healthy lifestyle that will keep your brain strong and resilient.
There are still two brain health seminars planned, as part of our Education Series, sponsored by Peoples Bank. On August 14, learn about the 6 tenants of a healthy lifestyle that will keep your brain strong and resilient. You’ll learn the importance of: Physical exercise Mental stimulation Nutrition Socialization
How you treat your brain will determine how fast you age. You will learn the normal aging changes that occur as you get older. But most importantly, you will learn how to slow down and even reverse some of these damages.
In this episode we chat with Brenda Dotson, Manager of the Lifelong Learning Centers, operated by Clermont Senior Services. We’ll discuss what senior centers used to look like and their evolution into the Lifelong Learning Centers that we know today. This is a great resource for people over the
Mary Jane West and Keith Kral, of Peoples Bank, recently presented a $2,000 grant award to Clermont Senior Services, in order to fund the Educational Series presented by the Agency each year. This year, the Educational Series will focus on two topics – Medicare and Brain Health. This series has always
The Union Township Civic Center Quilters recently completed a summer project quilt highlighting several community agencies and organizations that make Clermont County a great place to live! The quilt is displayed at the Union Township Library. The quilt squares recognize the Little Miami Scenic Trail, our excellent schools, the
If you happen to drive past Riverside Park on a Monday, Tuesday or Thursday morning, you will undoubtedly notice the fields full of softball games. These games are being played by kids but not the kids you’re probably imagining; these are Yesterday’s Kids. Yesterday’s Kids is a softball league,
Clermont Senior Services recently recognized volunteers from the community, for their work serving the older adult population in Clermont County. Volunteers are a vital part of the Clermont Senior Services agency; in fact, nearly 80% of the Meals on Wheels delivered within the County are delivered by volunteers. The
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