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The ADRC provides access to many evidence prevention programs through partnerships with local hospitals, clinics, senior centers and fitness centers. The evidence based prevention programs reduce emergency room visits, hospitalizations and overall health care costs.
Contact any of our offices for a listing of evidence based programs in your area. Visit your local ADRC office to have a conversation with an Information and Assistance Specialist who will provide options on the program that best meets the needs and desires of you or your loved one.
Living Well is an evidence-based workshop for people who have one or more chronic conditions. A chronic condition is an on-going health problem or disease such as diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, and other long-term problems. Classes are highly participative, where mutual support and success build participants’ confidence in their ability to manage their health condition to maintain active and fulfilling lives. It is facilitated by two trained leaders in a classroom style, but most of the learning comes from sharing and helping others with similar challenges.
Diabetes is a chronic, life-long, on-going condition. While you may see a physician or another health care provider several times a year, most days you are the one who controls your diabetes through monitoring, nutrition, exercise and managing your symptoms. Healthy living with Diabetes is a researched and proven program designed to help you do that.
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What is Healthy Living with Diabetes?
This workshop is designed to help adults with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes learn self-management skills and increase their confidence in managing their diabetes.
The workshop meets once a week for six weeks - 2-1/2 hours each session.
Healthy Living with Diabetes complements existing treatments a participant receives.
Who should take the workshop?
People who take this workshop:
Stepping On is a program proven to reduce falls and build confidence in older people. Participants gain specific knowledge and skills to prevent falls in community settings. It is designed specifically for people who are:
Workshops are facilitated by trained leaders and provide a safe and positive learning experience.
Date: Every Thursday, March 8th through April 19th (7 weeks, 2 hours per week)
Time: 8:30 to 10:30 AM Location: Kiel Community Center (510 3rd Street, Kiel)
Registration: Required by calling ADRC of the Lakeshore at 877-419-7083
Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an evidence-based education program offering a unique combination of elements. The scripted curriculum and the intricately detailed training material, have guaranteed its consistency and quality. The program utilizes a train-the-trainer method of outreach.
Powerful Tools for Caregivers is a program you can count on to make a positive difference in your life, and the life of your loved one.
The 6-week scripted curriculum has been shown to improve:
Date: Every Wednesday, March 14th through April 18th (6 weeks, 2 1/2 hours per week)
Time: 6:00 to 8:30 PM
Location: Meadow View Assisted Living in Two Rivers (4606 Mishicot Road, Two Rivers)
Registration: Required by calling ADRC of the Lakeshore at 877-416-7083
It is the policy of Manitowoc County to comply with the equal opportunity policy and standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.