Stay Healthy Seniors is a New York-based program that promotes healthy aging through a wide
range of wellness programs and classes. We also provide confidential, individual counseling on a range of topics including:
- General Insurance Information
- Levels of care issues
- Nursing home placement
- Health care proxy
- Grief and loss
- Sandwich Generation - deals with children of seniors caring for them and their own children.
- Retirement coaching
Living with Chronic Disease
Powerful Tools for Caregivers
A few times each year, Stay Healthy Seniors offers a chronic disease
self-management program developed by the Stanford University Patient
Education Research Center. The “Living Healthy” classes are taught by
an instructor who is living with a chronic disease. Classes meet for
2.5 hours each week for six weeks. A study conducted by Stanford shows
that program participants experience improved health and fewer hospital
admissions. For more information, call UHS Stay Healthy at (607) 763-6383.
Caring for someone else with chronic illness such as dementia, heart disease, Parkinson's Disease or stoke can be stressful. Powerful Tools for Caregivers can help you better take care of yourself while caring for others.
To learn more about counseling or our Healthy Living classes, please call the Stay Healthy Center in New York at (607) 763-6383 to make an appointment.
Click here to find out about classes
that address some of the most common issues affecting seniors. You can
also learn more about our health risk assessments and counseling or take
a look at all the benefits Stay Healthy Seniors offers.
UHS Stay Healthy Seniors Coordinator Dorothy Gardner is available at (607) 763-6383
for informational talks on a variety of health and wellness topics.
UHS Senior News Summer 2011
UHS Senior News Spring 2011
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