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ADRC offers free Health Promotion workshops - January 2022

Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Deb Bruning | Prevention Program Coordinator | Aging & Disability Resource Center of Eau Claire County

The Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Eau Claire County offers free evidence-based health promotion workshops to help you live your best life. It is never too late to improve and maintain your health for better living and independence.

Registrations are open for these 2022 interactive classes:

  • StrongBodies for new and repeat participants - strength and balance training program, meets twice weekly for 10 weeks more information >>
  • Healthy Living with Chronic Pain 6 weekly self-management classes including Moving Easy Program more information >>
  • Stepping On falls prevention, 7 weekly classes more information >>
  • Mind Over Matter: Healthy Bowels, Healthy Bladder prevention or early intervention of incontinence among women, 3 sessions over one month more information >>

Workshops are available in person, virtually, and by teleconference. To register: Call the ADRC at 715-839-4735 or go to

If you have wanted to but never have taken a health promotion workshop because of a barrier, we want to hear from you. Please give us your input by completing this short survey:

Have you taken a health promotion workshop and want to keeping going to classes? Become a leader! Volunteer leaders receive free training and support as you facilitate a workshop of older adults providing valuable information and strategies for healthier living. It's a great opportunity to share your skills and give back to your community. Please call 715-839-7998 or email to learn more.

Program fliers can be found at or contact us to receive one by email or postal delivery.


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