A free program to help seniors get the most of out managing their health will be offered at Gardner library 1:30-3 p.m. April 29. Gardner library is located at 137 E Shawnee. Registration is not required and there is no charge to participate.
Those who attend will receive a free book: “What to do for Senior Health.” Large print is available.
This program will address what questions to ask during a medical appointment including tests, diagnosis, treatment options, medications and prevention. A multitude of additional health and aging information resources will be shared as well as templates for keeping track of medications, dosages, frequency, appointment dates and times, etc.
This free program for individuals 60 and over and/or caregivers provides pointers on how to get the most out of your doctor visits and empowers seniors to manage their health. It is co-sponsored by Johnson County Health and Environment, the Positive Aging Coalition, and Johnson County Library. Receive a free book, “What to Do for Senior Health.”