Get ready for the next round of the award-winning health awareness program, Live Well Live Long (LWLL) delivered through the Kingborough Council Community Development team.
Live Well Live Long (LWLL) is a series of free education sessions which cover a range of topics from hearing loss, stress management, gentle exercising, fall prevention and understanding technology.
Kingborough Mayor, Paula Wriedt said the program takes a holistic approach to the health and wellbeing of our older people in the community.
“By focusing on building health awareness, the classes aim to help older people to remain more independent,” Cr Wriedt said.
“The first round of the initial program was quickly filled with a waiting list almost filling up the second series.
“I would encourage everyone to be quick call if they wanted to be part of this next series.
“Attendees really enjoyed the program with one reporting it was a great way to meet people of a similar age with an interest in wellbeing.”
This round of Live Well Live Long program will start on Friday September 24 and run until Friday 26 November.
Advice and tips will be shared with plenty of time allocated to questions, answers and sharing of your experiences.
Sessions will be between 10.00 am and 12.00 noon and will include morning tea and time for a chat.
Live Well Live Long will be held at the Community Hub (opposite the Health Centre) 7 Goshawk Way Kingston.
To find out more and/or to register please phone Julie on 6211 8170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org