North Carolina Retirement Community Hosts Living Healthy Series

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Piedmont Crossing has partnered with Piedmont Triad Regional Council Area Agency on Aging to bring a healthy living series to the continuing care retirement community in Thomasville. Sessions will be held each Wednesday at 1:30pm for 19 consecutive weeks beginning January 14.

The goal of this series is to help keep residents feeling young and vibrant.

Piedmont Crossing has partnered with Piedmont Triad Regional Council Area Agency on Aging to bring a healthy living series to the continuing care retirement community in Thomasville. Sessions will be held each Wednesday at 1:30pm for 19 consecutive weeks beginning January 14.

The series will cover numerous topics such as chronic medical conditions, controlling diabetes, maintaining balance, healthy eating, and decreasing fall risks. Through the weekly classes attendees will learn to make a difference in their life through: daily action plans, social engagement, health eating, fall prevention, problem solving and medication management - a program designed to complement anyone's lifestyle.

"The goal of this series is to help keep residents feeling young and vibrant," said Sherry Scott, Director of Resident Services at Piedmont Crossing. "This series will provide valuable information to keep older adults feeling great in 2015."

The series is free and open to the public. Register your attendance by contacting Blair White; 336.474.3605 or bwhite(at)uchas(dot)org

Piedmont Crossing, a not-for-profit retirement community located on 61 beautiful acres in Thomasville, NC offers casual, comfortable cottages, town homes, and apartments as well as a variety of services. For more information on Piedmont Crossing contact Blair White, Marketing Director, at 336.474.3605.

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