Successful parenting is understanding the use and misuse of power, knowing how to set boundaries, and having consequences that work. Mother, grandmother, author, and columnist Sandy McDaniel focuses on solving parenting problems and brings lots of tips and wisdom to share.
Highlighted in this session is Sandy's discipline system, surrounded with lots of chaos-stopping tips for handling everyday challenges that make parenting so difficult:
The cost is $10 per family.
Over 20 years of research has shown that diet can be a big influence in prevention and survivorship of cancer. Registered dietitian Sarah Seppa will present recommendations for a healthy diet and other lifestyle considerations in the field of cancer research.
Kid for a Night® emphasizes the FUN in fundraising. This annual event encourages adults (21 and over) to act like kids again. Over 850 guests gather for an evening of games and activities, music, dancing, a spectacular silent auction, and a delicious dinner. It's not your typical gala event—come dressed up for the theme or in your favorite jeans and t-shirt!
This free information session on the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) will explain our upcoming 18-session course that will teach you how to integrate optimal nutrition, exercise, and behavioral psychology principles and tools into your life.
CHIP is a whole-person health program that will help you to make long-lasting lifestyle changes by teaching you to use your own lifestyle as your best medicine.
Some chronic diseases are reversible. Most are preventable.
Join us and be your own best medicine!
This class will provide information on how children and adolescents grieve when facing the death of a loved one or after another loss has occurred. Group discussion will explore strategies to best support children and adolescents as they grieve, depending on age and developmental stage.
Are you or a loved one worried about developing type 2 diabetes? You can reduce your risk through simple lifestyle changes. Even modest weight loss and increased physical activity can cut the risk in half.
This class will teach healthy living strategies for adults with prediabetes, insulin resistance, borderline diabetes, or type 2 diabetes.
Classes are the third Wednesday of every month, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.