Virtual Social Hour with Beach Cities Health District Care Manager, Charlotte Barnett
We want to provide a space for people to talk, ask questions and share their experience during COVID-19. Join us if you want to learn more about community resources or BCHD, or if you just want to connect! Open to all.
First & Third Tuesday of the month
NEW TIME: 10 – 11 a.m.
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Talk with a Beach Cities Health District Care Manager
Beach Cities Health District will be offering a Care Management hour via Zoom with Jennefer Hernandez, BCHD Care Manager. Jennefer will be offering Seniors a variety of resources relating to health, wellness, housing, programs and much more. Care Management Hour will be the 1st Monday of every month. Classes are free of charge and reservation not required.
First Monday of the month
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Meeting ID: 880 2902 1183
There will be no meeting Monday, July 4
THE SOUTH BAY DEMENTIA EDUCATION CONSORTIUM PRESENTS:
Beyond Alzheimer's: The Other Types of Dementias
Thursday, May 19, 2022
3pm - 4:30pm
While Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common form of dementia, it is not the only kind. This presentation will discuss other forms of dementia, such as Vascular Dementia, Dementia with Lewy Bodies, and Frontotemperal Dementia, and how they differ from Alzheimer’s in progression, treatment, and diagnosis. VIEW FLYER
- Kevin Bickart is an assistant professor in neurology at UCLA who completed his MD/PhD in anatomy and neurobiology from Boston University School of Medicine, post-doc at Northeastern and Harvard Universities, and residency in neurology at Stanford.
- Dr. Sarah Kremen is a behavioral neurologist and the Director of the Neurobehavior Program at the Jona Goldrich Center for Alzheimer's and Memory Disorders at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center. She completed her residency in neurology at UCLA and her fellowship training in Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry at the Greater Los Angeles VA Medical Center.
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Virtual Maximize Gratitude: Express appreciation and savor kindness
Learn how to boost your well-being through evidence-based practices to build resilience, feel more connected and be happier. This workshop focuses on the building blocks to help create a healthier and happier you. Facilitated by Tiana Rideout-Rosales, Well-Being Programs Coordinator, participants will learn techniques to build a practice supporting stress resilience, foster positive social connections and have a bit of fun, too. For more well-being resources, visit https://www.bchd.org/series. This workshop is part of the National Senior Health and Fitness Week with the Center for Health & Fitness.
Wednesday, May 25
9 – 9:55 a.m.
Virtual Boost Your Well-Being: Strategies for Older Adults
Learn how to boost your well-being through evidence-based practices to build resilience, feel more connected and be happier. This workshop focuses on the building blocks to help create a healthier and happier you. Facilitated by Tiana Rideout-Rosales, Well-Being Programs Coordinator, and Emily Brosius, LCSW, Community Services Manager, participants will learn techniques to build a practice supporting stress resilience, foster positive social connections and have a bit of fun, too.
Thursday, May 26
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Center for Health & Fitness Classes
The Center for Health & Fitness (CHF) at BCHD has programs designed just for the needs of older adults, including senior fitness, senior yoga and Pilates, and SliverSneakers and Silver & Fit memberships. The Center has trained medical exercise specialists to assist those with particular needs.