Living Healthy Program
The Living Healthy Program is an interactive program is for people with ongoing health conditions, such as diabetes,
arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain and anxiety. Classes, taught by specially trained leaders, allow participants
and their caregivers the opportunity to meet and speak with others also living with chronic conditions.
For more information about the Living Healthy Program, . . .
Become a Living Healthy Program Workshop Leader . . .
Diabetes Self-Management Program
The Diabetes Self-Management Program is a workshop available to people with diabetes and their caregivers. These classes
are not a substitute for diagnosis, treatment, or health management by a physician or other health care provider; however, these classes do
extend education and support received through providers and reinforces the importance of lifestyle in disease management.
For more information about the Diabetes Self-Management Program, contact the ADRC Health and Wellness Coordinator at
Program to Encourage Active, Rewarding Lives (PEARLS)
PEARLS is voluntary program in which individuals can meet one-on-one with a PEARLS counselor and learn how to solve
problems and create a personalized step-by-step action plan to experience an active and rewarding life.
For more information about PEARLS, . . .
Tai Ji Quan
Tai Ji Quan (pronounced Tye Gee Chuwan) is a gentle form of physical activity ideal for seniors who have uncertain
balance and a fear of falling.
For more information about Tai Ji Quan, contact the ADRC Health and Wellness Coordinator at 954.745.9567.
A Matter of Balance
Many older adults experience concerns about falling and as a result, restrict their activities. A Matter of Balance
is an award-winning program that emphasizes practical strategies designed to manage falls and increase activity levels.
For more information about A Matter of Balance, . . .
Powerful Tools for Caregivers
Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an educational program designed to help families take care of themselves while
providing oversight for a relative or friend. Participants will benefit from this class whether they are helping a parent, spouse, friend,
someone who lives at home, in a nursing facility, or across the country.
For more information about Powerful Tools for Caregivers, contact the ADRC Health and Wellness Coordinator at