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Living Well Alaska Workshops

 
Dates: January 28 - March 4, 2014
Time: 1:30 – 4:00 p.m. OR 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Place: Providence Health Park
Cost: Free – all materials and refreshments provided
 
Do you or someone you love live with an ongoing health condition? If so, this six week Living Well Alaska workshop can bring you tools and resources that can make a difference in your life. The program, created by Stanford University, is based on the latest research and has helped thousands of people throughout the United States live happier and healthier lives.
 
Providence Alaska Medical Center and the State of Alaska Department of Health and Human Services are sponsoring a free six week workshop designed to help anyone with an ongoing health condition. These conditions – including high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, emphysema, cancer, depression, liver disease, or other conditions – cause most people to experience fatigue as well as to lose physical strength and endurance. In addition, they may cause emotional distress such as frustration, anger and anxiety.
 
Health is soundness of body, mind and spirit, and a healthy life is one that seeks that soundness. Therefore, a healthy way to live with an ongoing health condition is to work at overcoming the problems caused by the condition. The challenge is to function at our best regardless of the difficulties life presents. The goal is to do the things you want to do and get pleasure from life. That is what this workshop is all about.
 
Pre-registration is required to secure a seat in the workshop. 

Registration

To register for the next workshop, please complete the registration form above and forward to:
 
Dani Martin
Providence Alaska Medical Center
Community Services 
Phone:  907-212-2595
E-mail: ghislaine.martin@providence.org