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BIL (P) - October Chapter Meeting "Optimizing your Health”

Please join us for a Panel Discussion
Optimizing your Health
Tips and resources for women over 50.

We are kicking off an ongoing series of topics relevant to aging women’s health.
 Jumpstarting this event will be local and state panelists.
Light snacks and water will be served.

Daniel Koltz
Daniel J Koltz, PhD
Assistant Professor
MSU-FCS Extension - Gerontology Specialist
Department of Health and Human Development
Gerontology Certificate Program Leader
MT Kinship Navigator Program Director

Montana State University Extension family consumer science program engages children and families to be their best self.  Dr. Koltz will discuss the MT Healthy Aging Initiative that includes programs on physical activity, nutrition, mental health and social aging.  The gerontology aspect of the Healthy Aging Initiative emphasizes the importance of caregiver respite, understanding Alzheimer’s/dementia, aging in place, reframing retirement and social engagement.

BIL_Jennifer BrownJennifer Brown

City of Billings Parks, Recreation and Public Lands Department

Recreation & Wellness Specialist

MPH Nutrition & Health Promotion, CHE

We Make Aging Fun at the PRPL Billings Community and Senior Center. The programming at the Community and Senior Center has a focus on helping seniors age in place and with grace.  Our senior adult programming has shifted in the last 3 years from heavily social and game oriented to fitness and wellness programming. This programming is not only evidence based but also is fun and effective making it a perfect place for seniors to continue to gain or maintain their independence.  Group fitness classes also offer a great opportunity for seniors to make friends and they truly have continued to build a community within the program.

Monday, October 3, 2022, 5:30 PM until 7:00 PM
Billings Public Library
Billings Public Library
510 North Broadway
Billings, MT  

(406) 657-8258
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Denise Armstrong
Registration is required
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