Living Well with Chronic Conditions

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It’s your Health. It’s your life.

Thursdays, October 11 - November 15, 1:00 – 3:30 PM
Normandale Lutheran Church, Edina

As we grow older, we all wish for good health and a sense of well-being. But, chronic conditions like diabetes, arthritis, depression, high blood pressure and many others can make life and health, hard to manage. The workshop Living Well with Chronic Conditions can help you take control of your health!

Do you have any of these thoughts?

  • I wish I could sleep better and have less pain.

  • I miss doing things with my family and friends.

  • It’s harder to set goals and solve problems than it used to be.

  • I wish it were easy to change how and what I eat.

  • I’d like more helpful conversations with my doctor.

This Six-Week Workshop Can Help!

  • You can succeed with these actions and learn much more…

  • Managing Pain and fatigue

  • Getting a good night’s sleep

  • Making decisions and creating an action plan

  • Eating better and managing weight

  • Increasing physical activity

  • Working with health professionals

  • Communicating well about health

  • Dealing with difficult emotions and stress

  • Sharing goals and accomplishments with others also living with chronic conditions

Caregivers and family members are also encouraged to attend.

Registration and Cost

A sliding fee scale is used to determine cost, which includes all six sessions and the reference book: Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions.

To register contact Patti Hankes, Office/Project Mgr, at or 952-929-1698.

Designed by the Stanford University Patient Education Research Center, this program is funded under contract with the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging Inc. as part of the Older American Act Program funding. Presented in partnership with the Wilder Foundation and complies with the Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.