Healthy Eating for Successful Living in Older Adults™ Workshop
Do you want to learn more about nutrition and healthy lifestyle?
Making small changes to your diet and lifestyle can make a big difference in how you feel. The program focuses on heart-healthy and bone-healthy nutrition strategies to improve wellness and prevent disease. This workshop is based on the USDA’s “MyPlate” program. This program was developed by…
What participants say: “I’m buying more fresh produce and eating fewer prepared foods.”
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Where can I get more information?
Call Kelsey Magnuson, Wellness Pathways Program Coordinator, at 781-586-8530 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Homeless Elder Breakfast Support Program
In conjunction with our Housing Advocacy Program, GLSS offers a nutritious breakfast in the Lynn Senior Center (8 Silsbee Street) every weekday morning, from 7:30‒9:00 AM to people age 60 and older who are homeless or unable to cook independently because of environmental, psychological, cognitive, or social limitations. The program also provides health monitoring by a registered nurse, case management that connects them to an array of resources, such as benefits applications and housing placement, as well as respectful socialization and emotional support.
Brown Bag Program
Something like: as a distribution site for the Greater Boston Food Bank’s Brown Bag Program, GLSS distributes a bag of groceries including both shelf stable and fresh items on the 3rd Friday of each month. In order to qualify, individuals must be over 60 and eligible for an assistance program.