Senior's Corner

July 30, 2021
Mental Health First Aid Virtual Training

The Primary Care Coalition, in collaboration with Cornerstone Montgomery, will be providing a free, comprehensive virtual course for older adults and those who care for them. This course will be offered to care for the mental health of the older adult population in the midst of the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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June 29, 2021
The new normal? The psychological impact of COVID19 and post COVID reality on villages and their members

Seniors are more vulnerable to severe coronavirus illness and have reported higher levels of anxiety and depression throughout the pandemic. AAHP encourages you to get informed on how seniors can empower themselves with insights on how to navigate their mental health in a post-COVID world.

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Celebrate Active Aging Week Kick-Off and Walk Maryland Day at Brookside Gardens

October 1, 2019

Take a stroll around the grounds of Brookside Gardens and celebrate our official state exercise--walking! Doctors from “Walk with a Doc” will inspire you to through movement and conversation! In honor of Active Aging Week, participate in one or more demonstrations including Zumba, Yo-Chi, and others! Food trucks will be available on-site for purchase. FREE to attend but advanced registration is encouraged:

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