AARP Driver Safety
In this class taught by an AARP instructor, you will review essential driving
concepts, learn techniques to help compensate for age-related physical
changes that affect driving ability and become updated on current laws
of the road. Upon successful completion of the class, you will receive
a California DMV certificate which may qualify you for an appropriate
discount on your automobile insurance.
Do you have a fear of falling? Would you like to be stronger? Are you out
of breath after walking up a flight of stairs? Do you lose your balance
standing on one leg? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions
this class is right for you. Studies show balance, strength and endurance
decrease as we age. You can counteract this with physical exercise and
Join this fun class designed to improve your memory by participating in
stimulating and enjoyable games and activities. Using the latest research
on brain development you will progress through a series of exercises,
games and techniques to improve your memory.
Changing Behaviors and How to Manage Them
A person who has dementia can act in different and unpredictable ways and
caring for them may become a greater challenge.
Common behavior challenges such as agitation, confusion, repetition, sundowning
and wandering will be discussed along with techniques you can use to better
handle difficult situations.
Participants will be introduced to several different disciplines that can
assist them in long-term improvement of balance skills.
The Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) of The Center
for Health Care Rights provides free information, couseling and advocacy
to Medicare beneficiaries. The Center for Health Care Rights provides
HICAP counseling, legal services and community education programs on Medicare
and Medicare-related health insurance.
Medicare Education for Beneficiaries
Understanding Medigaps and Medicare supplemental insurance.
Memory Loss: What's Normal? What's Not?
As you get older, certain changes in memory are normal, but some are not.
This lecture explores the differences between the two, and gives suggestions
on when to see a doctor.