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SaddleBrooke Seniors
Coming Events
IMPACT of So. AZ To Start Respite Care In Nov. 2017
IMPACT of Southern Arizona, the local non-profit service
provider serving the SaddleBrooke area, will begin offering
respite care this November. Services will be provided on
Wednesdays from 11:30 to 3:30 at their Activity Center in
the Catalina Pointe Shopping Center (next to the Goose)..
HERE to see the brochure, or call 520-825-0009 for
more information.
Free Diabetes Education Seminar & Classes - Jan 17
The American Diabetes Assoc.believes that 12 million
Americans over age 65 have diabetes -- that's 25% or one
in four of us! Medicare feels the problem is so great that it
has funded a special free education program by certified
trainers -- the Diabetes Education Empowerment Program,
or "DEEP". For SaddleBrooke residents who may be inter-
ested, there will be a 90 minute overview presentation at 1:30 on Wed, Jan. 17
in the MountainView West Ballroom. The DEEP program itself consists of six
weekly two hour classes limited to no more than 15 participants each to facilitate
group discussion. Click
HERE for more information.
HNO - Jan 22 at MtView : Backs, Bottoms, & Bellies
Dr. Thomas will discuss how conditions such as low back pain,
pelvic and hip pain are connected to issues of the pelvic floor
and how physical therapy can be used for corrective rehabilita-
tion. She is passionate about spreading awareness of pelvic
health disorders including irritable bowel syndrome, Please click
HERE for more information.
Dr. Thomas
SB Master Gardeners / Gardeners Exchange Classes
The Gardeners Exchange in conjunction with the SB/
SB Ranch Master Gardeners welcomes you to a free
presentation by Dr. Larry Fellows on “An Overview of
Southern Arizona Butterflies”. The talk will be held at
the Mountain View Clubhouse in the West Ballroom on
Thursday, January 18 at 1PM .
HNO - Feb 26 at MtView: Stroke Signs & Symptoms
Are you at risk for stroke? It’s an important question for every-
one because stroke is the leading cause of death and long
term disability in America today.Understanding the risk factors
is the first step in helping prevent strokes. At Health Night Out
on February 26, Dr. Sarah Sullivan, board-certified neurologist,
will explain the risk factors for strokes and what you can do to
minimize them. Dr. Sullivan will also offer guidelines to recog-
nize the signs and symptoms of a stroke. Please click
for more information.
Dr. Sullivan