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MATURE WOMEN IN TRANSITION Saturdays, March 3, 10, 24; April 7, 21; May 5, 10-11:30 A.M. Froedtert Health Menomonee Falls Behavioral Health Clinic, N91 W17271 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls

Presented by: Krista Getzel, Froedtert Health Medical Group licensed clinical social worker T is six-week therapy group is for women 40 or older who have unexpectedly found themselves in a diffi cult place in their lives. Join us as we discuss topics of coping with marriage, separation/divorce, caregiving stress, “empty nest,” changes impacting retirement plans and adult children. Register by calling 262-502-3300. Fee: $76/week (includes a 20 percent discount for paying in advance); cost may be covered by your insurance.

HOW TO MAKE HEALTHY CHOICES AT THE GROCERY STORE Wednesday, March 14, T ursday, April 19 or Wednesday, May 9, 1-2:30 p.m. Pick n’ Save, N78 W14501 Appleton Ave., Menomonee Falls

Presented by: Lisa Sherlock, Froedtert Health Medical Group registered dietitian, and Joan Schroeder, Froedtert Health Medical Group registered dietitian, certifi ed diabetes educator Take a grocery store tour with one of our registered dietitians and learn how to read a food label, tricks to help you fi nd the healthiest choices, and how to compare diff erent foods to determine the best ones for you. Register by calling 262-250-5504.

DRIVER SAFETY T ursday, March 22 or T ursday, May 31, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Presented by: AARP volunteer instructor An AARP-sponsored four-hour class for all ages includes information on refi ning driving skills, updating knowledge on rules of the road, and reinforcing defensive driving techniques. Fee: $14 ($12 for AARP members; bring membership card to class); pay at the door.

SENIOR BREAKFAST: STROKE – DO YOU KNOW YOUR RISK? T ursday, March 29, 8:30-10 a.m.

Presented by: Lanna Zobel, RN, BSN, nursing specialty coordinator/trauma and stroke coordinator, Emergency Department We will provide an overview of strokes, signs and symptoms, prevention, and treatment options. Fee: $3; pay at the door; includes breakfast.

BABYSITTING CLASS T ursday, April 12, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Presented by: a registered nurse A class for students 11 years or older to learn how to be a responsible babysitter, how to play safely with children of all ages, and prevent and treat minor injuries. Fee: $48; includes lunch and snack.

YOGA Tuesdays, April 17-May 22, 6:30-7:45 p.m.

Presented by: a certifi ed yoga instructor/massage therapist T is six-week exercise program is for people of any age or physical condition. Using yoga techniques, explore balance, strength, fl exibility and relaxation. Fee: $50.

COULD IT BE ALLERGIES? Wednesday, April 25, 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Presented by: Melissa Chudnow, MD, Froedtert Health Medical Group allergist T is class will cover food allergies, stinging insect allergies, and hay fever in children and adults. We will review their various symptoms, diagnosis and available treatment options.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HYPERTENSION Wednesday, May 2, 6-7 p.m. Community Memorial Medical Commons, W129 N7055 Northfi eld Drive, Building A, Menomonee Falls

Presented by: Chitra Bhosekar, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin internist High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is one of the most serious diseases in the United States. Learn about diagnosis, treatment options, common medications used and their side eff ects and prevention of high blood pressure.

CONCUSSIONS AND THE YOUNG ATHLETE Tuesday, May 8, 7-8 p.m. Community Memorial Medical Commons, W129 N7055 Northfi eld Drive, Building A, Menomonee Falls

Presented by: Brett Barkimer, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin pediatrician/internist Concussions may occur in any sport or recreational activity. Join us as we discuss the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of concussion and traumatic head injury in young athletes.



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