As we age, eating well can be the key to a positive outlook and staying emotionally balanced.
Area residents can learn more about their changing dietary needs after age 50 and taking control of their nutrition on Tuesday, October 16 from 2 – 3:30 p.m. in the Redwood Area Hospital education room. In order to provide adequate seating, pre-registration is encouraged but not required.
Dorie Oja, Redwood Area Hospital dietitian, will be speaking about healthy eating after age 50 as part of the free Healthy Aging education series. This is the second presentation in the Healthy Aging series designed for older adults and their families with the goal of enhancing life through healthy aging.
The series will continue on Tuesday, November 13th with a presentation by Gloria Sabin, clinical director of Western Mental Health, speaking about the winter blues.
Redwood Area Hospital Caring Connections Adult Day Program and Redwood County Volunteers are co-sponsoring this educational series related to healthy aging. For more information, contact Lynn Buckley, Redwood Area Hospital Caring Connections Coordinator, at 637-4508 or Karen Christensen, Redwood County Volunteer Coordinator, at 627-1016.