Wellness Center Programs
Learn, connect, and stretch – your mind, body, and spirit!
Nothing transforms the aging experience like feeling young and fit, both mentally and physically. Open to all seniors in the community at no or low cost, we offer fun classes that engage, educate and increase awareness.
AGING MASTERY PROGRAM
The Aging Mastery Program core curriculum combines evidence-informed knowledge sharing with goal-setting and feedback routines, daily practices, peer support, and small rewards. Classes are led by expert speakers who help participants gain the skills and tools they need to manage their health, remain economically secure, and contribute actively in society. The goal of the 10 core classes is to provide participants with an overview of the challenges encountered while navigating life in old age and offer support to master new skills.
Limited spots available: Register TODAY!
A new ten session program will begin on November 13, 2018 - December 18, 2018 at 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM and continue on Tuesday and Thursday to complete the ten sessions.
$20 members - $30 non-members
Please print and fill out the AMP Registration Form by clicking HERE
For information contact: Terry Cummings, LCSW 760.340.3220 x 118 or email at email@example.com
A Matter of Balance - An 4-week structured group intervention that emphasizes practical strategies to reduce fear of falling and increase activity levels. Participants learn to view falls and fear of falling as controllable, set realistic goals to increase activity, change their environment to reduce fall risk factors, and exercise to increase strength and balance.
CLASSES NOW FORMING! SIGN UP NOW - CALL DANIEL COOVER AT 760-340-3220, EXT. 102
Adult Bereavement Group - Community bereavement support groups open to all persons who have experienced the death of someone close. All of our support is offered free of charge in a non-religious, safe and caring environment. First time group attendees, please call Family Hospice Care at 760-674-3344 to register with Bereavement Services.
Alzheimer's Association of the Coachella Valley Support Group - The Alzheimer's Association of the Coachella Valley, serving our desert community for nearly 20 years, provides support groups for caregivers facilitated by trained volunteers and staff members. Attendees share support, information and referral in a private and confidential setting. The group meets weekly for 2 hrs from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM. For more information call 760-996-0006
BRAIN BOOT CAMP - Upcoming Two-Program Session is October 24, 2018, and October 31, 2018. The following Two-Program Session is November 21, 2018, and November 28, 2018.
This is a two-week memory training program developed by Dr. Gary Small, Director of UCLA's Longevity Center. This program has proven to improve mental functioning. This program will not increase your IQ (that is not possible), but it will help define the differences between normal aging memory losses and abnormal functioning. Also it teaches techniques that can be used to enhance your memory skills, as well as creating lifestyle changes, which can enhance both your Brain Health and Physical Health. As with so many of other aging issues, we can connect the importance of healthy eating habits, physical and mental exercise, nutrition and social interaction to enhancing one's brain functioning and health.
You will be taught, with practice, ways of memorizing people's names, lists, relevant facts, phone numbers, directions, etc. You will learn about the significance of attention and the role it plays in the memory process. This is an active participation program, as is the Aging Mastery Program. To reap the benefits one will have to do the work and practice throughout the day. The program will consist of two three hour programs, which include learning and engaging in the new memory techniques that you learn.
For more information, contact Terry Cummings, Wellness Center Director, at 760.340.3220 Ext. 118 or email him at TerryC@joslyncenter.org.
CARE PATHWAYS - This series of 12 workshops will cover subjects such as: Living with Dementia, Preventing Caregiver Burnout, Managing Medication and more. The workshops are conducted in a supportive setting with facilitators who understand the challenges that caregivers face, and who can provide powerful tools to assist caregivers to manage their tasks with confidence, increase their self-care and thrive.
To register for the series of workshops call the Riverside County Office on Aging at 760-771-0501 or 800-510-2020. Home care can be arranged for the care recipients; request respite assistance at the time of registration.
Join our latest fitness program Go4Life!
Go4Life is a unique exercise and physical activity program to motivate older adults to become physically active for the first time, return to exercise after a break in their routine, or build exercise and physical activity into everyday routines. Regular exercise and physical activity are important to the physical and mental health of everyone– especially seniors!
Being physically active can help you continue to do the things you enjoy and stay independent longer as well as provide you with long-term health benefits.
See What Else is Happening: Visit our Activities Calendar.