Classes/Events In Your Area

Classes and events in your area – New Horizons In-Home Care

Browse upcoming classes, events, programs and services in your area focusing on seniors and people with disabilities. 

Please feel free to contact us with questions or to share an upcoming community event at: New Horizons In-Home Care Community Relations Director or call us at 541-687-8851


Eugene/Springfield and surrounding areas:

Living Well with Chronic Conditions, Chronic Pain, or Diabetes: 
These free, six-session workshops can help those with chronic conditions learn to take control of their life. Participants will learn to take charge of their health, stay active and increase satisfaction with their lives.

For more information about the Living Well Workshop in Lane County, call 541-682-4103 or Email  

Living With Alzheimer’s & Other Dementias:

The impact of Alzheimer’s disease is growing.  Through this series of classes, the  Alzheimer’s Association hopes to raise awareness in the community and bring education for those affected, their care partners and loved ones. 

Presenter: Abby Gershenzon, Alzheimer’s Association

Middle Stage Part 2-

Talk about behavior symptoms,

keeping the person with dementia safe, planning and asking for help and informal care options.

July 22, 2019


Campbell Community Center

155 High Street Eugene, Or 97401 


Middle Stage Part 3-

Finding, engaging and monitoring home care assistance,

planning for future care provisions in the late stages, handling behavior issues,

medication management and coping as a caregiver.

July 29, 2019


Campbell Community Center

155 High Street Eugene, Or 97401   

Registration 541-682-5318


For a full list of Classes, Presentations, and Events please visit Campbell Community Center Catalog for more information.

Community Center Catalog   

Registration 541-682-5318


Know the 10 Signs: Early Detection-

Learn the 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s disease, hear from people who have the disease,

and find out how to recognize the signs in yourself and others.
July 29, 2019


River Road Park 

1400 Lake Drive Eugene, Or 97404 

Registration 541-688-4052


Alzheimer’s Association® Support Groups

Alzheimer’s Association caregiver support groups are conducted by trained facilitators and are a safe place for caregivers, family and friends of persons with dementia. These groups help caregivers develop a support sys-tem, allow members to exchange practical information on caregiving challenges and possible solutions, and talk through issues and ways of coping, as well as share feelings, needs and concerns. They are also a place to learn about outside community resources.
See attached pages for a complete listing of our caregiver support group in Lane and Douglas counties.

Step’n Out With Kathy

Get to know members of the River Road Park community by “Steppin’ Out with Kathy.” Group meets twice a week and is designed to promote the benefits of walking and a healthy lifestyle. Walks will last about an hour and will begin and end at the River Road Park Annex. Make sure you wear sturdy, comfortable walking shoes and dress in layers for variable weather. Walks take place rain or shine.

Leader: Kathy Beck.

Meet at the River Road Annex,

1055 River Road Eugene, Or 97404
Tuesdays & Thursdays  . . . 9a-10a  . . . No Charge

Acupressure for Back Tension: 

Ages 50+. Learn to use acupressure on yourself to relieve the back tension that can cause pain. Get back to doing what you love! 

Instructor:  Nathan Schulman, Doctor of Oriental Medicine.

Register in advance. 

Adult Activity Center

215 W C St. Springfield, Or 97477

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

$15 ID/$18 OD 
Class #20725. Register Here

PEARLS-Short Term Problem Solving Treatment:

This program is a free opportunity in Lane County for older adults with mild to moderate depression

The PEARLS program:

  • Focuses on teaching each client the skills to move to action and make lasting life changes.
  • Is delivered in the client’s home or other accessible community setting.
  • Is well-suited for individuals with chronic illness, including people with epilepsy.
  • Aims to improve quality of life and reduce depression
  • Takes a team-based approch

Local: 541-682-3353 or Toll Free: 1-800-441-4038  Email: [email protected]  Online:

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

A class for family caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

is an educational program designed to help family caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend. You will benefit from this class whether you are helping a parent, spouse, friend, someone who lives at home, in a nursing home, or across the country.

This class series meets once a week for six weeks.

Class size is limited, and registration is required.

Dates:                       6-week class on Mondays, August 5th-September 16th

(with no class on Labor Day, 9/2)

Time: 1:00-2:30 p.m.

LocationFern Ridge Service Center, 25035 W. Broadway Ave., Veneta, OR 97487

To register: Call Senior & Disability Services Health Promotion Coordinator, (541) 682-4103

Cost: FREE


Corvallis and surrounding areas:

FREE Blood Pressure Checks

Repeats every month on the second Thursday 48 times.

Thursday, July 11, 2019 – 9:00am to 10:00am

Add to your calendar:  

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Have your blood pressure checked by a registered nurse, 9 – 10 am at the Chintimini Senior & Community Center.

Drop-ins very welcome or call (541) 766-6959 for an appointment. 

Fee: Free. The nurse is provided by the Benton County Health Department

Memory Loss Support Group

Calendar Date:

Repeats every month on the second Tuesday 24 times.

Tuesday, July 9, 2019 – 1:30pm to 3:00pm

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Meets: the second Tuesday of each month, 1:30 pm – 3 pm at the Chintimini Senior & Community Center. 

Information, education and support for caregivers and family members of persons with Alzheimer’s Disease or a related disorder from those who have been there. A support group for those with memory loss is held at the same time. Facilitator: Gene Dannen, (541) 753-1342 or email


Get help understanding insurance and Medicare. Appointments required.

Call (541) 812-0849, M–Th for appointments

Find out what’s happening at the Chintimini Senior & Community Center with Living 50+, the Center’s bi-monthly newsletter! It features information on new trips, classes, and activities, plus updates on our ongoing offerings. It is published six times a year (December, February, April, June, August, and October). 

Find out more information here at Living 50+ Newsletter 

Be Well Holistic Health And You

Classes Vary-See Schedule

Albany Senior Center

489 NE Water Ave Albany, Or 97321

(541) 917-7760 



Salem and surrounding areas:



Center 50+ is now offering the Silver&Fit Exercise & Healthy Aging Program. Silver & Fit is designed specifically for Medicare beneficiaries. This program includes: access to exercise equipment and the opportunity to attend Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance fitness classes designed exclusively for older adults who want to improve their strength, flexibility and balance. In addition, you will receive information from Fit 50+ regarding upcoming health education seminars and events that promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. Check with your insurance provider today to find out if you qualify. For additional all-inclusive options and pricing, inquire in the Fitness Center.

Center for 50+ Senior Center

2615 Portland RD NE
Salem OR 97301




Center 50+ Program Guide


Center 50+ is now offering OPTUM Active Renew Fitness. Renew Active offers a fitness membership to clients with participating insurances. This benefit includes access to exercise equipment at no charge. In addition, you will receive the opportunity to attend Fit 50+ fitness classes at a discounted rate. For additional all-inclusive options and pricing inquire in the Fitness Center.

2615 Portland RD NE
Salem OR 97301




Center 50+ Program Guide



Center 50+ is excited to have David Haber, a retired professor from Western Oregon University’s Gerontology Department and Author of the 7th edition, award winning text book Health Promotion and Aging here to offer a 4-part workshop focusing on disease prevention interventions with the older adult. In this 4-part series David will discuss topics such as Medicare prevention, exercise, nutrition, complementary and alternative medicine, mental health: emotional regulation, wisdom, cognition, encore career and methods to change health behaviors. David’s goal in this workshop is for you to walk away and make a positive behavior change in your life. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to gain knowledge on relevant health topics and feel motivated to make your own life changes.

Class dates: Fridays beginning September.

Class times: 12:30—2:00pm Cost: Free.

Call the Fitness Center to reserve your spot as space is limited.

2615 Portland RD NE
Salem OR 97301




Center 50+ Program Guide


Intro to Chronic Pain and Its Treatment Place:

Salem Health CHEC – Building D

939 Oak St SE, Salem Or

Time: 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Days: Wednesdays

Dates: July 10th – August 14th

To register, call 503-814-2432 or register online at

Brain Agility Series Place:

Bonaventure Keizer

5525 McLeod Ln NE, Keizer Or

Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Day: Thursdays

Dates: June 6th – July 25th

To register, call 503-814-2432 or register online at

Welcome to Medicare Place:

Salem Health CHEC – Building D

939 Oak St SE, Salem Or

Time: 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Date: Thursday, August 15th

To register, call 503-814-2432 or register online at

Rock Steady Boxing for Parkinson’s

Place: Zanshin Martial Arts

1127 Broadway St NE, Salem

Time: 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Days: Mondays & Wednesdays
For more information or to register
call Kate at 503-930-9493

For More Classes / Events and Support Groups from ADRC Click Below:

Health and Wellness Marion County 

Health and Wellness Polk County

Health and Wellness Yamhill County