Join OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Educators from across the the state for our latest Connection Café. Through out the month of September we will be covering the Dimensions of Wellness and their impact on aging. Sessions are free but registration is required, go.osu.edu/connecttowellness.
The Connection Café will feature the Master of Memory program series offered by OSU Extension this May.
Are you concerned about memory problems? If so, join us for this 4-part series, Master of Memory.
Studies show that 80 percent of older adults complain about memory problems, but only 15 percent report them to their health professional. People of all ages complain about forgetting, but older people tend to worry more about forgetting and memory loss. Regardless of age, memory losses are increased by factors such as inattention, anxiety or depression. Living alone, stress, illness, adapting to the loss of relationships, and the negative stereotypes of society all may affect the older person and their memory.
Master of Memory encourages participants to recognize they can impact their memory function and identify factors that may enhance or detract from their memory function. We will share suggestions that may help address some of those concerns.
OSU Extension will offer The Connection Café on Wednesday mornings at 10 am beginning May 5. These four sessions will be offered online. Sessions will include information on memory strategies, nutrition, medications, medical conditions, and exercise for the body and mind.
Sessions are free – but registration is required. You may register here: https://go.osu.edu/masterofmemory
If you have questions, please contact Greene County’s Family and Consumer Science Educator, Laura Halladay via email: Halladay.firstname.lastname@example.org or 937-372-9971
RESPITE! RESPITE? RESPITE….
Join the Caregiver Support Network for two free webinars on
Wednesday February 17 – online via Zoom
10 am: Respite and Caregiver needs: Creating your respite plan
2 pm: Sharing respite experiences and resources: Where do I start?
Who should attend:
- Family members caring for an adult or senior with chronic illness or disability
- Adult children concerned about aging parents
- Parents caring for adult children with disabilities
- Long term workers: assisted living facility, adult family home or home care agency staff
- Social service, adult day service or mental health professionals who work with family caregivers
For more information:
You only need to register once to attend one or both webinars
Contact: Laura Akgerman at 614-292-0622 or email@example.com
According to Ohio Special Emphasis Report: Fall Injuries among Older Adults (2005-2014), unintentional falls among older adults are a leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injury in the U.S. and Ohio.
For the month of June, we will be sharing tips to help you prevent a fall. These are great for everyone! Check out the tips and let us know what works for you.