Harris County partners with health providers, aging experts to bring new classes to county seniors
Harris County Precinct Three partners with health providers and aging experts to bring enriching new classes to county seniors, it was recently announced.
According to the press release, "Harris County Precinct Three Commissioner Steve Radack, the Methodist Neurological Institute and the University of Texas Health Science Centers Consortium on Aging have joined forces to bring an award-winning series of classes to seniors at the Thomas A. Glazier Senior Education Center in 2013. Among many topics, the new partnerships will produce classes on stroke prevention, cardiac health, managing stress, romance as a senior, how baby boomers will change the way society views aging issues, anxiety, medications and supplements, depression, preventive health care, maintaining a positive perception on the aging process, memory enhancement, dementia, maximizing your brains potential as you age, protecting your mind and the Seven Jewels of Healthy Aging. Through the partnerships, there will also be classes on senior sexuality, grief and bereavement and mental health.
"Each of the new partnership classes will be taught by experts from Methodist and the UT Health Center at no cost to taxpayers. There will be no charge to participants, and the program is open to all Harris County seniors 55 and older."
For more information, call (713) 981- 4703, visit www.pct3.hctx.net/senior/senioreducation.aspx or email email@example.com.
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