At the Parkway Center we are proud to offer workshops to provide a variety of information to our members.
These are the programs scheduled for the month of April.
Cancellations and events that are rescheduled will be posted here and on our Parkway Center Facebook Page.
Grief Your Way – Sponsored by Heintz Funeral Home
Date: June 4 & 18
Time: 5:30 pm
Details: Join us every other Tuesday for this grief support group.
Scam Awareness Workshop
Date: June 5
Time: 10:00 am
Details: Americorps will be doing a seminar on how to be aware of financial scams.
Take Control of Your Health
Date: June 6
Time: 10:30 am
Details: We will be joined by a doctor from Sitrin who will discuss taking control of your health, in spite of the current medical crisis.
Date: June 11
Time: 12:00 pm
Details: Dr. Lawrence will be here to talk about foods and actions that you can take to keep your brain healthy.
Date: June 13
Time: 10:30 am
Details:A representative from Hospice will be here to discuss the services they offer.
Cooking Class with Ben Enea
Date: June 19
Time: 1:00 pm
Details: Join us to learn how to make summer salad, don’t forget your Tupperware to bring home your stew! Please sign-up the week before!
AARP Smart Drive Class
Date: June 24 & 25
Time: 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Details: By taking this class you can brush up on the rules of the road and save on your car insurance! You must reserve your spot ahead of time, and you must be able to attend both days.
Cost: $20 for AARP members, $25 for non-members.
Call for reservation – 315-223-3973 x 108
Date: June 26
Time: 10:30 am
Details: Lutheran Home will be at the Parkway Center to talk about the caregiver services they offer.
Matter of Balance * – Pre-registration open now for 8 session class
Date: May 2nd through June 20th
Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Location: Learning Center & Chalet at the Parkway Center
To register call our Wellness Coordinator – Debby Zampardi at (315) 223-3973 ext.115
Evidence Based Programs
Aging Mastery Program (AMP):
The Aging Mastery Program encourages developing behaviors across many dimensions that will lead to improved health, stronger financial security, and overall well-being.
By participating in this program you will: make and maintain small, but impactful changes in your health behaviors;financial well-being; and enrichment later in life.
This program is made possible through funding from Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, and the Slocum Dickson Foundation.
*Matter of Balance (MOB):
Many older adults experience concerns about falling, and end up restricting their activities as a result.
Matter of Balance is an award winning program designed to help manage falls and increase activity levels.
This program is for anyone that is concerned about falling, interested in improving balance,
anyone who has fallen in the past, and anyone who restricts their activities due to fear of falling.
In this class you will learn: how to view falls as controllable, make changes to reduce fall risks, participate in low level exercises, and more.
These programs are available at various times and locations throughout the year.
For more information on these programs or to suggest a program
please call our Wellness Coordinator – Debby Zampardi at (315) 223-3973 ext.115