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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  

SHIBA Appointments:

Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance conducts one-on-one appointments with individuals to answer questions about Medicare health insurance coverage, forms and more.

Dates: 6/3 – 8/26

1p-4p every Mon at Campbell Community Center Lobby

Registration: April 11, 9a – Aug 26

 

“Living Well with Chronic Conditions”

  • Free 6-week program
  • For anyone living with one or more chronic conditions such as diabetes, asthma, arthritis or heart disease, as well as caregivers and family.
  • Weekly workshops on topics such as managing medications, dealing with fatigue and depression managing symptoms, and more.

Upcoming Session
Tuesdays May 7th – June 11th, 2p-4:30p
Delta Oaks Clinic, 1022 Green Acres Rd
Eugene, Or 97401

Registration for this FREE WORKSHOP is required: CALL 541-687-4103

 

FREE FAMILY CAREGIVER WEBINAR SERIES!                                                 
In this webinar series, an expert instructor will present easy-to-understand in-formation on common caregiving topics and help answer questions important to you.  
Save The Dates!
2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month 7:00 pm -8:30pm                                                                                                

May 14 – Minimizing Medication Risks and Maximizing Quality of Life

May 28 – Talking with Your Doctor and Pharmacist About Safe Medication Use

June 11 – Understanding and Responding to Dementia-Related Behaviors

June 25 – Ask Anything About Dementia!

Register for one or all of the upcoming topics at www.OregonCarePartners.com. All Oregon Care Partners classes are FREE thanks to funding by the State of Oregon. www.OregonCarePartners.com   1-800-930-6851 [email protected]

 

Living with Memory Loss Series

This 10-week educational seminar offers a unique opportunity for persons with a Memory Loss disease AND their care partners to gain valuable education and support. Each session features a local professional offering information about Memory Loss and the community support services available. In addition, there is ample time for discussion and sharing, allowing Care Partners and persons with Memory Loss to each experience a unique support group.

Tuesdays from 10:00a to 12:00pm
April 9th – June 11th, 2019

Location: Good Samaritan Society, Eugene Village
3500 Hilyard St.
Eugene OR, 97405 (in the chapel)

For information or to pre-register
Please Call 541.747.4858

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: https://www.adrcoforegon.org

 

Corvallis and surrounding areas:

Salem and surrounding areas:

 

 

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