Cecil College and the Cecil County Department of Community Services are sponsoring the 17th annual 55+ Healthy Lifestyle Expo on Thursday, Aug. 8, from 8:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Elkton High School, 110 James Street. The $8 price of admission includes access to the vendor hall, workshops, lunch, door prizes, and health screenings.
The daylong event features networking opportunities with community resource representatives, vendors, and specialty services. Topics include home repair, Medicare, health insurance, financial planning, wellness, and much more.
This year’s wellness panel discussions include: “4 Driver Safety Programs,” “Brain Health: Nutrition – the Basics,” “Medicare 101,” “Peace of Mind, The Acute Loss Period,” “Researching your Family History,” “Skin Care as we Age,” “The Eight Things every Caregiver Should be doing from a Planning Perspective,” “Top 10 Dietitian Tips,” “Travel Itineraries and Travel money saving Ideas Abound,” “Veteran’s Burial Benefits,” “Vinegar, Borax, and Beyond!,” and “What is a Trust Agreement and do I need it?,” Additionally, individuals seeking fitness advice may participate in workshops like Back to Basics, Line Dancing and Tai Chi for Arthritis.
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged! Please call Cecil College at 410-287-1078 with registration course number SCX100-20. Individuals can also register by visiting the Elkton Senior Center, Healthy Lifestyles Fitness Center, or Cecil College’s Elkton Station. For a list of participating vendors, and an updated schedule, visit www.cecildcs.org.
Vendors scheduled to be in attendance include Aging Life Guides, Alzheimer’s Association, Amedisys Home Health & Hospice, APG Federal Credit Union, Bath Fitter, Calvert Manor Healthcare, CareFirst Med Plus, Cecil College - Lifelong Learning, Cecil County Department of Emergency Services, Cecil County Health Department, Cecil County Housing Agency, Cecil Transit, Center for Vein Restoration, Delmarva Power, Department of Community Services, Department of Community Services and Aging, and Cecil County Disability Services Division.
Also attending will be Elkton Nursing and Rehabilitation, Encompass Health Rehab Hospital of Middletown, Genexe Health, Health Rehab Hospital of Middletown, Healthy Lifestyles Fitness Center, Kitchen Saver, LeafFilter North of Maryland, Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling, Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, Maryland Health Connection/Triangle Health Alliance, Maryland Insurance Administration, Maryland Relay/MAT Program, Next Day Mobility, Northside Pharmacy, Office of Maryland Attorney General, Health Education and Advocacy Unit, O’Leigh Cosmetic Center, and R.T. Foard Funeral Home.
Rounding out the list of vendors are Register of Wills for Cecil County, Senior Health Benefits Assistance, Singerly Manor, Social Security Administration, St. John’s Towers, Total Rehab at Home, Union Adult Day Services, Union Audiology, Union Hospital Cancer Program, Union Hospital Stroke Team, Union Hospital Endocrinology and Nutrition, Union Hospital Multi-Specialty, Union Primary Care, University of Maryland Health Advantage, Upper Bay Counseling and Support Services, Vascular Surgery Associates, LLC, VNA of Maryland, WILMAPCO, and Women’s Wellness Center and Medical Spa.
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