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Over eighty-five percent of our participants say that they will use some element of  Living Well in their organizations, families and/or personal life.

To learn more about upcoming webinars, workshops or training programs – or to join our mailing list – please click here (link is pending)

Is each piece of your Wellness Puzzle helping or harming you?

Is each piece of your Wellness Puzzle helping or harming you?

Our approach to “Living Well” was honored by AARP’s Social Impact Award as  “a simple mind-body-spirit” program for grandparents, parents and teens of any faith …or no faith.

Our programs for seniors, caregivers and teen have been hosted by senior centers, senior residences, and non-profits as well as Christian, Muslim and Jewish faith communities.

They have been funded by grants from Area Offices for the Aging, community foundations, managed care organizations and faith communities.

 The Older Adult Ministries team of the Upper New York Conference of the United Methodist Church offers a wide range of  “best practices” for improving the emotional, physical and spiritual health of seniors and their caregivers.  These programs include:

  • Why Older Adult Ministry? Why Now?  
  • Respite Care for the Memory Impaired 
  • Sharing Your Hope: Visitation in the Local Church 
  • The Gift of Peace of Mind for You and Your Family
  • Living Well: Help for Three Generations 
  • Aging LGBT in the UMC

Please visit UNYUMC Older Adult Ministries website to learn more (link is pending)

 

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