As part of Carilion Clinic's mission to improve the health of its employees and the communities it serves, the organization is hosting a complete women's health series called, "the Spirit of U." Many of the series programs are available to the public, and you are invited to participate in these events as well.
The next program, "The Art of Emotional and Physical Resiliency for Seniors," will take place on Thursday, May 25, 2017, from 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at the Vinton War Memorial, 814 Washington Ave., Vinton, VA 24179.
How resilient are you?
Join us for lunch on May 25 to learn how you can become more physically and emotionally resilient. Carilion Clinic psychiatrist Thomas R. Milam, M.D., and Jefferson College of Health Sciences Assistant Professor Glenn Kent, Ph.D., will explore the important steps you can take to maintain your emotional and physical well-being.
Representatives from Carilion’s breast care center, home health and hospice teams, audiology, physical therapy, and from the Central and Western Virginia Alzheimer’s Association will be
on hand to answer your questions.
Admission: $15 (includes lunch)
Registration Required: Visit http://women.carilionliving.com/ or call 800-422-8482.