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UPDATE:

Senior Center:

If you are in need of assistance please call the Senior Center at 860-647-3211
Office will be staffed during normal hours.

Phones, emails and other communication will continue to be monitored and responded to.

Meal Service (pick-up and delivery options) and transportation services will continue, we will continue to assess these operations based on community need and the safety of our staff.

All other routine operations are suspended.


For further information please contact:
The Manchester Senior Center at 860-647-3211 or The Manchester Health Department at 860-647-3173
For up to date information regarding the Coronavirus please refer to: www.CDC.gov/COVID19


PARTICIPATE IN OUR ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE FOR THANKSGIVING!
PAGE (3) THREE of the Senior Center Newsletter for NOVEMBER
RESULTS PUBLISHED in December Newsletter

Live Well Program during Corona
Please join the North Central Agency on Aging for an IN-HOME version of the Live Well with Chronic Conditions program. One (1) Leader from NCAAA will conference call you with four (4) other participants in a 45-minute conference call once a week for 6 weeks. There is no deadline to sign up and no minimum number of participants required. If you are interested, please contact Barbara Womer, M.S., NCAAA, 151 New Park Avenue, Box 75, Hartford, CT 06106 at 860-724-6443, extension 224 or FAX at 860-251-6107.

SPEAK with a UCONN Nutrionist for FREE!

If interested, please send an email to: Healthyfamilyct@uconn.edu
OR - call 860-486-4262 and please leave a message (it's a 20 min phone call). UCONN team is working remotely during COVID
You can discuss:
* Cooking for (1)
* Simple and delicious recipe ideas
* Shopping for healthy food on a budget
* Healthy snacking
* Balancing your calores to manage your weight
* How to add fiber to your diet
* Adding more fruits and veggies to your day
* Getting enough calcium from fooods
* Stocking your pantry with healthy foods
* Shopping for whole grains
* Reading food labels