According to Certified Health Coach Susan Epstein, the Top Five “resolutions” for 2017 are:
- To get healthier
- To get more organized
- To spend less, save more
- To enjoy life to the fullest
- To stay fit and healthy
If being healthier or getting organized are a priority for you or a loved one, if you care about saving money, saving time, or reducing risks, there’s a free consumer education course you’ll want to attend at the Westerly Public Library beginning in January. Three topics will be covered between January and March and there are evening or morning sessions to fit your busy schedule.
|The ABCs of Creating a Consumer Controlled Personal Health Record||January 9th and 23rd, 6:00-8:00 pm|
|January 10th and 24th, 10:00am – noon|
|How to Create a Personal Care Plan for Achieving Holistic Health and Other Life Goals||February 6th and 27th, 6:00-8:00 pm|
|February 7th, and 28th, 10:00am – noon|
|How to Create an Advance Care Plan So You Have a Voice in Your Care, No Matter What||March 13th and 27th, 6:00-8:00 pm|
|March 14th and 28th, 10:00am – noon|
Some organizations focus on exercise, others on nutrition. Some focus on your financial health, others on your spiritual or environmental health. Janie Appleseed is different. We focus on holistic health to help you integrate the many diverse dimensions of health into everyday life. We also teach you how to create and maintain a personal health record that helps you save time, save money, reduce risks, and make better health decisions.
For more information, contact the Westerly Public Library in Westerly, Rhode Island, or contact Lisa Nelson at (401) 219-1165. To register on-line for these Consumer Education programs, visit www.JanieAppleseed.org and click on Get Started then Attend an Event, or send an e-mail to [email protected].