|The newsletter is intended to help improve the quality of life of family caregivers and seniors in our local communities. Each month we address topics related to the joys and challenges of being a family caregiver. There will be informational articles as well as a list of various meetings, support groups and other resources available to you in our community. Feel free to send your questions, ideas and concerns.||
THE CAREGIVER CONNECTION PO BOX 11929 PRESCOTT AZ 86304 (928) 778-3747 voice Debbie@CaregiverConnection.us
Please join us for our first-ever "virtual"
web-based "Senior & Caregivers Conference & Expo"
beginning Friday, October 16 at 10am. The website will have the look and
feel of our regular Expos. I suggest beginning your visit with my
"Welcome Message." Then click on the "Expo Guide,"
where I'll give you a tour of the website.
There will also be five Educational Presentations by Senior Connection experts, same as we have at our regular Expos, on subjects of concern to Seniors & Caregivers. Topics are: “Maintaining Compassion for Loved Ones During Difficult Times” by Pamela Cregger, Home Care Assistance; “Sensory Stimulation: The Subtle Clues to Developing Memory Loss” by Sam Downing, MD – Palliative Medicine; “Defending Against Viral Attack” by Wayne Bennett, DC - Bennett Clinic; “How Our Nervous System Affects Our Ability to Cope” by Susan Drysdale, PhD; “IRA Trusts & the new Secure Act - Retirement Planning” by Chip McLaughlin - Law Offices of Chester McLaughlin, P.C.
The website will be activated Friday, October 16 at 10am
and remain active for a full month, until Friday November 13, so you’ll
have plenty of time to come back often as you wish. You can access the
website via your computer or Smartphone. You won’t need an App. You
won’t need to register. You won’t need to log in. No Password
required. Super simple!
And please be sure to visit the Senior Connection’s
booth, to hear why we started the Senior Connection, and learn about
opportunities to volunteer with us. I look forward to having you
Making the Connection,
As Caregivers, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the
sheer number of tasks that need to be accomplished for your loved one
each day. While it’s easy to remain upbeat on good days, it’s the
bad days that can leave you feeling confused, exhausted or resentful. At
these times, it’s important to know that you’re not alone.
This month’s Newsletter articles:
Click here to find all of our Articles: http://www.SeniorConnection.us/Articles.htm
Please let me know if you find the articles useful and what other topics you’d like to see.
MEETINGS - EVENTS -
SENIOR CONNECTION’S SENIOR RESOURCES ON-LINE DIRECTORY is your one-stop source for products and services available to Seniors and Family Caregivers throughout Yavapai County. Included is contact information for nearly 400 for-profit, non-profit and government companies and agencies. Search on nearly 30 categories, including Independent and Assisted Living Facilities, Skilled Nursing, In-Home Care, Transportation, Respite, End of Life, Financial, Legal, Emotional Support, and more. Save hundreds of hours of your valuable time and endless frustration looking for the help you need. Visit www.SeniorConnection.us and select the link to the Resource Directory.
"THE TOP 10 INVESTMENT SCAMS & HOW TO AVOID THEM" is a free Senior Connection Speakers Bureau presentation to occur Thursday, October 1 at noon via TeleConnection. Since economic uncertainty always helps scam artists, Will Hepburn, Hepburn Capital Management, will explain areas of concern for market risk, and how to recognize bad investment options and outright scams. A few of these include: Energy investments, Gold and other metals, Promissory Notes, "Prime Bank" schemes, Life Settlement Contracts, Bogus Credentials, Investment Seminars, and Pump & Dump schemes. He will also provide websites where you can verify the credibility of an investment, person or firm. It’s super simple to watch the presentation. There’s no need to register or log in, no app and no password is required. Go to www.seniorconnection.us and click on the link to Speakers Bureau TeleConnection Streaming. After its initial air date, the presentation will remain available to view "On Demand" (i.e. at your convenience) indefinitely. For more information contact Debbie Stewart at Debbie@SeniorConnection.us or call (928) 778-3747.
"WALK TO END ALZHEIMER’S" annual nationwide fundraiser will occur October 3 in Prescott, and October 24 in Sedona. Due to the virus, participants are encouraged to walk in small groups at the location of their choice. There will be a virtual kick-off event on line. Registration is underway for individuals and teams of Walkers, and donations can be made any time prior to the Walk. I (Debbie) will be participating as a Walker in Prescott and would be honored if you would make a donation on behalf of the Senior Connection. To do so, go to www.prescottalzheimerswalk.org and select "Donation." Enter my first and last name, i.e. Debbie Stewart and click "Search" and then click "Donate." To pay by check, click on "View Debbie Stewart - Senior Connection’s page" and then select the "Mail-In Donation" button and print out the Donation Form. If you have any difficulty finding the form, feel free to contact me. For more information about the local walks or those in other locations, visit www.alz.org and select Find Your Walk or contact Lesley Jenkins at or firstname.lastname@example.org (Senior Connection Member.)
"YOU ARE NOT ALONE – MESSAGE TO MY PEEPS" is a free Senior Connection Speakers Bureau presentation to occur Thursday, October 8 at noon via TeleConnection. Debbie Stewart (that’s me!), CEO & Co-Founder of the Senior Connection, will bring you up to date on Senior Connection happenings, review the free resources we provide seniors and caregivers, and explain how best to utilize the Expo Website during the upcoming virtual, web-based "Senior & Caregivers Conference & Expo." I’ll also give you some suggestions on how to stay connected and avoid isolation, as the virus drags on. It’s super simple to watch the presentation. There’s no need to register or log in, no app and no password is required. Go to www.seniorconnection.us and click on the link to Speakers Bureau TeleConnection Streaming. After its initial air date, the presentation will remain available to view "On Demand" (i.e. at your convenience) indefinitely. For more information contact Debbie Stewart at Debbie@SeniorConnection.us or call (928) 778-3747.
INVESTING COFFEE CLUB will next occur on Tuesday, October 20 from 9:30-10:30am in Prescott, with a live phone-in option available. This free monthly meeting is an informal gathering, discussing current events, the economy and investing in a relaxed, informal setting. Hosted by Joe Allen, Financial Advisor with Edward Jones, these meetings occur the third Tuesday of each month at Third Shot Coffee (at the Prescott Gateway Mall next to Pier 1). Includes a cup of coffee, courtesy of Joe. There is also a toll-free phone number for those who prefer to listen-in from the comfort of their home. Phone participants should call 1-866-528-2256 (toll free) and enter meeting ID number 4821089# a few minutes prior to the starting time. For more information, contact Joe at (928) 445-2226 or email email@example.com or stop by his office at 5672 E State Rt 69, Suite 135 in Prescott Valley, near the Hobby Lobby, below the Dollar Store. For information about Joe's upcoming events, visit www.edwardjones.com/joseph-allen (Senior Connection Member.)
"THE ELECTION AND THE MARKET: 4 THINGS TO
Does this election matter? Yes.
Will the stock market have short-term reactions to the policy proposals and election uncertainties? We think so.
But there is good news for long-term investors. History shows us it’s the fundamental factors – such as economic growth, rising corporate profits and interest rate conditions – that are the more powerful and lasting determinant of market performance. When it comes to your portfolio, ensure your financial goals, not election uncertainties, are your guide.
Here are four key facts to know about this election:
1. The market doesn’t "win" or
"lose" on election day.
2. Differing policies may rock the boat but won’t
sink the ship.
3. The market doesn’t have a political party. Elections matter, but fundamentals matter more. History shows that over time, market performance is driven principally by fundamentals, not elections. Trends in economic conditions, corporate profits and interest rates have been the more powerful and lasting guide for investment values.
4.When it comes to your portfolio, vote with your goals, not the polls. Political changes occur frequently, and your investment timeline will likely span numerous presidential terms. Ensure you’re making decisions aligned with your financial goals rather than election headlines or political parties. Staying invested and building an appropriately balanced, diversified portfolio can be an effective strategy for navigating market volatility. An appropriate allocation to equities, along with exposure to those with rising dividend potential, can help position for the impacts of inflation over time.
Launched in 2003 by the International Council on Active Aging®, Active Aging Week (October 5-11) celebrates the positivity of aging today and showcases the capabilities of older adults. Aging actively means different things to different people, but the overarching goal is to provide opportunities to participate in activities that enhance well-being and aging. One significant way to do that is by undertaking new experiences.
Encountering new experiences can be more difficult to achieve in retirement, without work or personal duties exposing us to new challenges and tasks. That’s one of the many reasons it is so important to create time for activities and friends with which to occupy yourself. By trying out a new hobby or sport, your mind and body are forced to work to incorporate the new information into its existing network of knowledge.
Acquiring New Skills
Whether it is taking up high-intensity interval training (HIIT) or bird-watching, the brain benefits from being exposed to novel situations. Of course, these situations are often stressful. But not all stress is bad stress. Think of it this way: when you lift weights, you are putting stress on your muscles. But over time, you strengthen them. With weightlifting, technique and environment are important. It’s the same for your brain. It can be downright painful—mentally and physically—to learn something new. That’s why creating a positive learning environment can make or break your learning experience.
If you’re thinking about picking up a new hobby, try
it out with a friend the first couple of times, or consider taking a
class so that the instructor can be a resource when you have questions.
When considering what activity to take up, think about activities you
already enjoy and how you might push yourself past your comfort zone. If
you love doing Pilates, you could turn up the heat and register for a
reformer class to challenge yourself even further. Learning a skill such
as dancing or meditation are also good ways to challenge yourself.
Acquiring new skills is not only beneficial but essential. As technology continues to grow in complexity and as we face new challenges in our community and world, being able to respond to these changes is crucial. Your brain is a muscle, and so it responds to practice like any other one in the body would, meaning that aging actively is something you can and should work on every day. That might look like a challenging Sudoku puzzle or learning about a new culture. Whatever it is, you’ll know you are doing it right if you enjoy the experience as it is happening and can draw from that experience later down the road—perhaps by incorporating a new word into your vocabulary or a new recipe into your meal rotation. Healthy aging should be empowering and fun!
PLEASE NOTE: Many of the Support Groups and Classes listed below have been temporarily suspended due to Covid-19. However, most of them are currently offering support and information by phone, email or via their websites. I have included their normally scheduled events for contact information and future use.
A.L.S. (Lou Gehrig disease) Support Group meets on the fourth Monday each month, from 12:30-2:30 p.m. at NAVAHCS, 500 N Highway 89, Building 161, Prescott. Info: Amy Frank or visit www.alsaz.org.
ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPmeets Mondays at 10 a.m. at Prescott United Methodist Church, 505 W Gurley St, in the Simon Room (Parking & Entrance is on South Summit Avenue) as well as the Prescott Valley Public Library, 7401 E Civic Cr, in the Koole Meeting Room, 2nd floor. A group for veterans and their spouses meets at 1:30p.m. every Friday at the Prescott VA Medical Center, ECRC Room A205. In Sedona: The first & third Tuesday at 9:30a.m. at Sedona Methodist Church, 110 Indian Cliffs Rd. In Cottonwood: The first & third Wednesday at 10a.m. at Verde Valley Medical Center, 269 S Candy Lane (Enter Care/Rehab & Sports Medicine Experts Entrance). These groups are for those who are caring for someone affected by any form of memory loss or dementia, whether diagnosed or not. Newcomers always welcome – no advance notice required. Confidentiality of participants maintained. For more info for any of the above, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (928) 771-9257 in Prescott.
ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION has numerous educational
and supportive programs for individuals with dementia (whether diagnosed
or not), and their caregivers, including a support group for those who
have early stage dementia. Please contact the office for details,
prior to attending one of these programs. Location: 3111 Clearwater Dr -
Suite A, Prescott. Info: (928) 771-9257.
ALZHEIMER’S – MUSIC PROGRAM – The Margaret T
Morris Center invites you to attend a free program the 1st
& 2nd Tuesdays of each month at 3pm, featuring Dwayne
LeSassier from Dwayne’s Music Ministry. Caregivers and their care
receivers suffering from the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease and
dementia will enjoy Dwayne’s "magic" as he connects with
people one-on-one through music and singing. His music provides calm,
peace and joy. Dwayne brings out the most brilliant of smiles to those
suffering from this devastating disease. Location: 878 Sunset Ave,
Prescott. Call (928) 445-6633 for more info.
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION Land-Based Exercise Class occurs Tues and Thurs at 10 a.m. at Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Hospital, 3700 N. Windsong Dr in Prescott Valley. Classes are free, however, donations are appreciated to help support the Prescott Arthritis Foundation’s Summer Camp for Kids. Info: 759-8800.
ASPERGERS SUPPORT GROUP for those affected and their families are welcome to attend meetings the first Wednesday each month at 6 p.m. at the VA medical Center in Prescott, Mental Health Building 155, Room 107. Meeting starts with a potluck, followed by discussion or speaker until 8 p.m. Info: David Fero at email@example.com or 830-0723.
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT meets Tuesdays from 3-4 p.m. at Arizona Ruffner Wakelin Funeral Home, 303 S Cortez St, Prescott in the Carriage House. Info: 445-2221. Info: 778-3000.
BETTER BREATHERS CLUB – In cooperation with the American Lung Association, Yavapai Regional Medical Center offers educational opportunities and support to those with chronic lung disease (COPD) and their families, friends and support persons. Meets 2nd Monday of month from 1-2 p.m. at YRMC West Campus, Spruce Room. No cost to attend. Info: 771-5264.
BLIND/LOW VISION SUPPORT GROUP & CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPS, sponsored by Senior Peer Program of West Yavapai Guidance Clinic. A support group for seniors coping with loss of vision. There are two separate groups and meeting dates for those who have loss of vision. One group meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month from 2-3:30pm in Prescott. A second group meets the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of the month from 2-3:30pm in Prescott, and there is a Caregivers Support Group that meets concurrently on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays at the same location but in a different room, for people who are caring for someone with vision issues. Participation is free, but registration is required. For info or to register call Connie Boston at 445-5211 x2672. Also call Connie if you are interested in participating in a similar group in Prescott Valley.
BLOOD PRESSURE – free blood pressure readings courtesy of Nurses Network occurs second and fourth Thursdays from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Central Arizona Seniors Association (CASA), 9360 Manzanita Circle in Prescott Valley. Info: 772-3337. Available first and third Thursday from 11:30-12:30 at Adult Center of Prescott, 1280 E Rosser. Info: 778-3000. Every Wednesday 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at Mayer Area Meals on Wheels courtesy of Mayer Fire Department at 10051 Miami Street. Info: 632-7511.
BRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUP for individuals with head injuries, including stroke and their caregivers. Third Wednesday of every month from 2-3pm at Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Hospital, 3700 N. Windsong Drive in Prescott Valley. Facilitated by Erin Aafedt, SLP. Info: 759-8800.
BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP – meets the fourth Wednesday of the month from 4-5 p.m. at Yavapai Regional Medical Center Breast Care Center at Prescott Valley Campus. For individuals in recovery or recently diagnosed. Share experiences and support in a safe, private setting. Info: 442-8647. Breast Health Website has been established by Yavapai Regional Medical Center. Visit www.healthhealinghope.org
CANCER SURVIVOR SUPPORT GROUP meets the second Tuesday of every month at 1:30pm in the Community Room at Highland Square Apartments, 532 W Mingus Ave in Cottonwood. The group helps individuals who currently have, or have survived, cancer share information and moral support, and connect with others who have faced the same challenges, while adding friendship and support. For more info call Julie (928) 899-9498.
CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP, sponsored by Area Agency on
Aging and Good Samaritan Society, meets the 3rd Thursday of
every month from 10-11am at Willow Hills Baptist Church, 1071 Mogollon
Rd (Room B213), in Prescott. Respite may be available. Info: toll-free
CHRONIC FATIQUE IMMUNE DYSFUNCTION SYNDROME &
Fibromyalgia Group meets the 3rd Thursday of the month from 2-3pm at
New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center, 9400 E Valley Rd, Prescott
Valley. For info visit www.nhdec.org or call 772-1266 ext 0.
DIABETES EDUCATION PROGRAM, sponsored by Verde
Valley Medical Center, offers diabetes support group fourth Monday each
month. Meetings focus on diabetes management and education. Info:
FUNERAL CONSUMERS ALLIANCE OF ARIZONA offers preplanning information for a simple, dignified, affordable funeral. Contact statewide headquarters, 2221 E. Broadway, Ste 106, Tucson, AZ 85719, email TucsonFunerals@gmail.com or call (520) 721-0230. (Funeral Consumers Alliance of Northern AZ merged with Chapters in Phoenix and Tucson to form a statewide organization.)
GOLD STAR MOTHERS have lost sons and daughters in military service. Info: 499-5565 in Prescott.
GRANDPARENT SUPPORT GROUP for grandparents raising grandchildren meets the second Wednesday of the month from 6-7:30pm. at PUSD District Office, 300 E Gurley St in Prescott. Childcare is provided. A safe place to share experiences and find helpful resources. To be added to the notification list for upcoming meeting dates and events, contact Patrick Snider via email at Patrick.firstname.lastname@example.org or call (928) 445-5400 ext 70105.
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP, offered by Good Samaritan Society Prescott Hospice, open to anyone in the community who has suffered the loss of a loved one. Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of the month from 11am-noon at Good Samaritan Society Prescott Village, Upstairs Apartment Lounge, 1030 Scott Dr, Prescott (for info call 778-2450); and the second and fourth Thursday from 10-11am at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 7763 East Long Look Dr, Prescott Valley (for info call 778-5655). A group in Chino Valley can be arranged on an as needed basis.
HEARING LOSS SUPPORT – For information about resources available for those with hearing loss, contact Jack Clevenger with the Hearing Loss Association – Prescott Chapter via email at HLAofPrescott@yahoo.com or call 227-1809.
HIP REPLACEMENT CLASS – facilitated by Yavapai
Regional Medical Center, meets third Thursday from noon-1pm at YRMC
Wellness Center in Prescott. Reservations required, call 771-5131; and
second Monday in Prescott Valley from 9-10am in the conference room of
YRMC’s Del E Webb Outpatient Center. Reservations required, call
JOINT REPLACEMENT EDUCATION PROGRAM occurs every Tuesday at 10am in Prescott Valley. Location: Nurses Network, 3085 N Windsong Drive. Call (928) 772-8707 for more info.
KNEE REPLACEMENT CLASS – facilitated by Yavapai Regional Medical Center, meets fourth Friday from 1-2pm in the Wellness Center at YRMC West in Prescott. Reservations required, call 771-5131; and third Monday in Prescott Valley from 9-10am in the conference room, 2nd floor, at Del E Webb Outpatient Center. Reservations required, call 759-5940.
LIVING WITH LOSS SUPPORT GROUP, sponsored by Hospice of the Pines, Tuesdays from 1:30-3:30 pm at Step One Community Center, 6719 E 2nd St, Suite C, Prescott Valley and 6:30-8:00 pm at Pronghorn Ranch, 7051 N. Antelope Meadows Drive in Prescott Valley; Info: 632-0111 or 899-9498.
LUPUS SUPPORT GROUP, sponsored by Lupus Foundation office in Phoenix, occurs the 1st Saturday of every month at 10am in Prescott. Info: Helen Roy (928) 775-3649 or Beckie Blankenship (928) 848-6422.
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT LOAN – New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center’s Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Loan Closet includes walkers, crutches, shower chairs, electric scooters & power chairs, as well as other items. For availability status, please contact the main office (928) 772-1266 Ext 0.
MOBILITY ASSISTANCE AIDS including crutches, walkers, canes and wheelchairs are available for loan, rent or sale at CASA (Central Arizona Seniors Association), 9360 Manzanita Circle, Prescott Valley. Call 772-3337 for info.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP meets 2nd Monday 11:30am-1pm at Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Hospital, 3700 N Windsong Dr, Prescott Valley. Info: 759-8800.
PARKINSON’S DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP - Prescott conducts monthly educational meetings for people with Parkinson’s Disease, their carepartners and friends. Meetings occur 3rd Thursday 10-11:30am at First Lutheran Church, 231 W Smoke Tree Ln, Prescott. Info: Contact Kay by email email@example.com or phone 778-2242.
PARKINSON'S DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP - Verde Valley meets the 2nd Friday 3-4:30pm in Conference Room B at Verde Valley Medical Center. Group is led by Judy Talley, MAG, Program Director, Parkinson & Movement Disorder Alliance Meetings are open to the public. Info: judy@PMDAlliance.org (928) 202-7952.
PET ILLNESS/PET LOSS SUPPORT GROUP meets Wednesdays from 12-1:30pm at Prescott Valley Library, 7401 E Civic Circle, Geneology Room. Facilitated by an experienced therapist who understands what it is like to struggle with declining health, the letting go process and the loss of a beloved family pet. Info: Rutger@cableone.net or (928) 632-8124.
PHYSICIAN LISTING SERVICES is provided by Yavapai
Regional Medical Center. For information about the availability of
physicians who serve and are accepting senior patients in the extended
Prescott area: 771-5106.
RESPIRATORY WELLNESS CLASSES - facilitated by Yavapai Regional Medical Center. Goal is to help people manage COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Classes are free and meet in both Prescott and Prescott Valley. Call 771-5264 for times, topics and locations.
REVERSING HEART DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP meets 2nd
Monday 3-4pm at Yavapai Regional Medical Center Wellness Center, 930
Division Street in Prescott (across from YMCA). Topics include dietary
changes, stress reduction, exercise techniques and research outcomes. No
charge to attend, however, pre-registration is suggested. Info:
SENIOR MEN’S SUPPORT GROUP, sponsored by Senior Peer Program. A support group for senior men to share the joys and challenges of aging. Occurs 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month from 10:30am-noon in Prescott. For info or to register call Connie Boston at 445-5211 x2672.
SENIOR PEER PROGRAM of West Yavapai Guidance Clinic offers various groups and classes. For the latest schedule, visit their website at www.SeniorPeerPrevention.org or call Connie Boston at (928) 445-5211 Ext 2672.
SENIOR PEER SUPPORT matches Senior volunteers with Seniors who would benefit from having a peer visitor. Volunteers and participants are generally age 60 and above. Through weekly visits in their homes, participants in the program receive peer support to decrease a sense of loneliness, learn how to adapt to life changes, as well as successfully manage emotional and physical well-being. There are no costs for the services and no financial eligibility requirement. Participants may request services or may be referred by a health care provider, family and friends. Potential volunteers are always needed. For more info, contact Connie Boston, Manager, Senior Peer Program 445-5211 ext 2672.
SINGING IN THE KEY OF LIFE GROUP, sponsored by
Senior Peer Program, occurs Wednesdays from 10-11:30am.. A group
for seniors that centers around a love of singing and sharing. Please
call Connie Boston at 445-5211 x2672 to register and receive information
about the location.
SUSAN J RHEEM MEMORY CAFÉ’ - Adult Care Services is pleased to announce the first Memory Café in the quad-city area, hosted by The Susan J. Rheem Adult Day Center, occurs the second Saturday each month from 9-10:30 a.m. Designed for people living with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and mild cognitive impairment, AND their caregivers (family member, companion, friend, or professional.) The purpose is to enjoy a special time together, free from the challenges of the disease and provide a break from the normal routine. It’s a time for refreshment, mutual support and fun, for caregiver and loved one together! Activities will be planned by those who attend and will include such things as art presentations, live music, sing-a-longs, poetry readings, reminiscing and sharing stories, cooking demos and more. The Susan J. Rheem Adult Day Center (a non-profit adult day health program) serves adults 18 years of age and older facing Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other cognitive and physical challenges. Location: 3407 N. Windsong Dr in Prescott Valley. Call Mike Direen at 441-1019 for more info.
TAKE YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL is a 1-hour Back Care Certification Course. Learn about the causes, care and prevention of back pain. Class is free, but reservations are required. For current schedule and to rsvp, call 771-5131 in Prescott.
TRANSPORTATION– Mayer Area Meals on Wheels van
is available to take local residents to doctor’s appointments, for
labwork, to pick up prescriptions or shop for groceries. Call 632-7511
to make a reservation. Please provide at least one week’s notice.
WOMEN OF WISDOM (WOW) Sponsored by Senior Peer Program of West Yavapai Guidance Clinic. A Support Group for senior women to share the joys and challenges of aging. Meets Wednesdays from 10-11:30am in Prescott. For info or to register call Connie Boston at 445-5211 ext 2672.
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