Embrace self-care, learn where to get help, and practice wellness at home. Registered programs held on zoom - reserve your free spot under Related Links below. Registration opens the 2nd of the month at noon.
Complement your wellness journey with our staff-picked booklists of books about mindfulness, health, and more.
Talking About Bone Health | Mon Oct 25, 10-11am
Occupational Therapist, Leanne Fernandez, of the Burlington Family Health team talks about basics of bone health, what factors contribute to bone health, and the definitions of low bone mass and osteoporosis, and identifying and implementing changes in your lifestyle to improve bone health.
Caregiver Fatigue | Thu Oct 28, 10-11am
Are you a family caregiver of someone with dementia? Have you noticed yourself more frustrated, tired, or angry? Do you think you are feeling burned out or fatigued from your role of being a caregiver? Diane Mulholland from the Alzheimer Society of Halton talks about caregiver fatigue, what it is, how to notice the signs and what to do about it. Presented in partnership with Alzheimer Society of Hamilton and Halton.
How to Keep a Healthy Brain | Thu Nov 25, 2-3.30pm
Find out what you can do to keep your brain healthy at any age. Danielle Arbour from the Alzheimer Society of Halton talks about what dementia is (and is not), how you would get a diagnosis, and the top 5 things you can do during the pandemic to keep your brain as healthy as possible.
REGISTER for How to Keep a Healthy Brain | Thu Nov 25, 2-3.30pm - Registration opens Nov 2