Elders Roundtable Presents – Behind Closed Doors: Life Changes that Affect Sleep and Overall Wellness
Date: November 15, 10:00AM – 2:30PM
The Elders Roundtable is pleased to invite adults and seniors to their “Behind Closed Doors: Life Changes that Affect Sleep and Overall Wellness” discussion and presentation on November 15th, beginning at 10:00AM.
This free event was developed out of the findings of the Elders Journey to Community Change on Six Nations project, which had the aim to increase support to senior community members. “Behind Closed Doors: Life Changes that Affect Sleep and Overall Wellness” will discuss several topics including alternative therapies, chronic pain, memory loss, menopause, physical well-being, physical activity, sexual health.
There is no registration required, and lunch is included for all guests. For more information about this event, or to arrange transportation, please contact Six Nations Home and Community Care at 519-445-0077.
Six Nations Long Term Care/Home and Community Care, in partnership with community agencies and members, is committed to providing culturally appropriate service in home for individuals from newborns to seniors within the Grand River Territory. They are proactive, and as a member of the Six Nations Health Services team, is dedicated to meeting the challenges of the changing paradigm with community care in order to meet the needs of the Six Nations population.
Six Nations Home and Community Care/Long Term Care would like to thank Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation and the Gathering Place by the Grand for their support of this project through the Community Partnerships Program.