Maintaining a healthy life style is so important to our overall well-being and for enjoying life. As part of Older Americans Month in May, County College of Morris (CCM) again this year will honor senior citizens with an annual conference cosponsored by St. Clare’s Hospital, Franciscan Oaks, the Morris County Division on Aging, Disabilities and Veterans, and the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
This year’s conference, supported with a $2,500 grant from the American Automobile Association (AAA), takes place Friday, May 25, from 7:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. The conference is open to anyone age 50 and over.
A variety of workshops will be offered on such topics as current events, maintaining good health and travel. Dr. Brent Forward from Internal Medicine of Morris County, LLC, will give a special presentation on “The Role of Vitamins and Supplements in Maintaining Good Health.”
A Senior Driver Expo also will offer attendees the chance to sample AAA’s suite of research-based senior driver resources. Those resources include tools to help assess and improve driving skills, reduce driving risks and foster dialogue on driving issues between adult children and their senior parents.
In addition, the Sweet Adeline’s music group will give a performance.
The day begins with a get together with refreshments in the Student Community Center, Davidson Rooms, on CCM’s Randolph Campus, 214 Center Grove Road. Participants then will break out into groups for workshops. The cost of the program is $19. Pre-registration is required; there will be no registration the day of the event.
For more information and to register, contact Dr. Wayne Dyer at 973-328-5182 or email@example.com