The Elsie Stuhr Center's annual Health & Wellness Resource Fair will be held Saturday, September 24, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. This event is FREE and open to the public.
Join us and take advantage of free health screenings/services, local non-profit resources, senior services vendors, giveaways, raffle prizes, healthy snacks, and more.
Health and Wellness Lecture Series 2022
Portland Elder Care Council (full event sponsor) presents: "The Talk": A Guide to Family Communication on Aging 10:30 am | Maple Birch Room
Are you in the process of planning for your later years? Join us at the Elsie Stuhr Center Health & Wellness Resource Fair for this panel discussion on how to include your family and support system when making and discussing future plans.
Retirement Connection presents: What Resources Are Available to Find Care and Housing 10:00 am | Oak Room
Navigating care and senior living can be confusing and overwhelming. There are many different terms used and licensing/regulations can vary greatly through the United States. In this presentation, you will get an overview of definitions, payment sources, questions to ask, and where to find answers.
Home Matters Caregiving presents: Effects of Loneliness and Isolation on Your Health 11:00 am | Oak Room
Viva Village presents: All About Viva Village: Voted #1 organization for seniors in Beaverton! 11:30 am | Maple Birch Room
Viva Village is a volunteer-driven membership organization that helps older Beaverton-area residents maintain active and engaged lifestyles within a supportive community. It is a member of Villages NW non-profit Hub and Spoke Network.
PDX Insurance & Associates, Inc presents: Making the Most of Your Medicare Health Plan Benefits 9:30 am | Maple Birch Room Become versed in the navigation of the complex insurance world. Learn how to make the most of your insurance benefits, including:
Access to community centers to keep you fit, engaged, and involved in your community
Over the counter card benefits with a quarterly allowance for health items to help you stay healthy