New and exciting things are happening at JCCOA

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  CASH BINGO 

ADMISSION: $10 per player (includes 10 games)

Monday and Wednesday’s 6:30-7:30 pm

PAY-OUTS AND JACKPOTS will depend on number of participants- 50% of proceeds will be used as payouts for 9 games: Remaining 50% of proceeds will be used for Jackpot.

CONCESSIONS AVAILABLE

TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE TO AND FROM THE SENIOR CENTER  ** CALL 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE (304) 725-4618***

LOCATION: 103 w 5th Ave Ranson WV

 

 Monday and Wednesday 5:30-6:30pm  Friday’s 9am-10am

Tai Chi for Arthritis is a class designed by Dr. Paul Lamm for the Arthritis Foundation. It  consists of gentle stretching and slow deliberate movements created to ease the pain of arthritis.

The beginner class on Fridays is free!!!

For more information call Gloria: 304-724-7111

 

Healthy Steps/Lebed Method

  Monday and Wednesday 3:30-4:30

The Healthy Steps/Lebed Method is an innovative exercise and movement program using dance and physiotherapy movements to improve lymphatic function, range of motion and to provide therapeutic movement.  The sequence of slow smooth exercises done with a slight resistance and can be done sitting or standing.  The classes provide a positive social atmosphere.  Come in and join us for an afternoon fun and make new friends.

 

Chronic Disease Self Management Program is a FREE 6-week program created by Stanford University offered through the Berkeley County Health Department.

WEDNESDAYS STARTING  October 4  1pm-2pm

This program is an effective self-management education program for people with chronic health problems. The program is specifically addresses arthritis, diabetes, lung and heart disease but teaches skills useful for managing a variety of chronic diseases. Registration is recommended as participants will be provided with a book titled “Living Well with Chronic  Conditions.”

For more information or to register for this course, please contact Chasidy Rosa Morales at 304-725-4095.

DINING WITH DIABETES

STARTING Wednesday’s October 18th

Dining with Diabetes involves clinical testing, Nutrition Information, Recipe demonstrations, and Tastings, Exercise & Group Support. Participants will learn to prepare meals that are healthy, using less fat, salt, and sugar without cutting flavor. Participants will be asked to voluntarily complete a questionnaire, have their blood sugar checked. Dining with Diabetes program provides a way for class participants to make lifestyle changes.  For more information, please  contact Gloria Hodges  304 724 711 or  Sue Flangan 304 264-1936

The class will meet on the following days: November 1,8,15 at 10:30 am.

 

    

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JCCOA ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK OF October 23-27

 Monday, October 23
10:15  Exercise     Join us for a chair exercise class. This class is designed to build strength and enhance flexibility. The class is open all ages and levels of fitness!
11:00 Weatherization assistance for your home Find out how you can get help weatherizing your home to help lower your heating and air conditioning costs.
1:00 TAI CHI For Arthritis  Have you ever wanted to learn Tai Chi?  The class is led by a Certified Tai Chi instructor. The program was designed by the Arthritis Foundation and Tai Chi Master Dr. Paul Lamm.  The class can help improve balance and ease the pain of arthritis. The movements are slow and controlled. Once you learn the routine you can practice at home

Tuesday, October 24

9:45am  Art Class  Have you ever wanted to learn how to paint or draw?  Our resident Artist Paula Abelow, will help you. Paula’s classes include, watercolor, pastels, and mixed medium.

10:00am Bingo Bring in a treasure from home  and  receive a free bingo card.  You can purchase an additional card for .50 Cents and there are free cards available.

11:30am Special Bingo.   One  dollar will provide you a chance  to win a $10 gift card to a local restaurant or Walmart. The game is a coverall.

1:00 pm BINGO  continues in the afternoon. Bingo cards are free. We have a great selection of prizes for the winners.

 

Wednesday,  October 25

10:15 am  Exercise Class Join us for a exercise class that focuses on gentle stretching and strength building.

11:00  Speaker: The importance to PT/OT after hospitalization.

3:30pm Healthy Steps class.  Join us for an exercise class designed with easy dance steps and gentle motions to improve health and balance.

4:30pm  TAI CHI The class is led by a Certified Tai Chi teacher. The program was designed by the Arthritis Foundation and Tai Chi Master Dr. Paul Lamm. This class was created to improve balance and ease the pain of arthritis. The movements are slow and controlled. Once you learn the routine you can practice at home

6:30pm  CASH BINGO Admission $10 per player (includes 10 games) Payouts and Jackpots depend on number of participants- 50% proceeds will be used as payouts for 9 games. The remaining 50% of proceeds will be used for Jackpot.  Concessions available.  Transportation is available. Schedule with the transportation department 48 hours in advance (304) 725-4618

 

  Thursday, October 26

10:30 Cards. Join us for several different card games: Spite and Malice, Hearts, Spades and Rummy

10:30 Wii Bowling Tournament  Come in and show off your bowling talents or try it for the first time.

10:30 JCCOA Fall Craft  Drop in and join us for a easy fall craft.

1:00 Bingo Bingo cards and free.  We have a great a selection of prizes.

Friday, October 27

9:00 TAI CHI  The class is led by a Certified Tai Chi teacher. The program was designed by the Arthritis Foundation and Tai Chi Master Dr. Paul Lamm.  This class was created to improve balance and ease the pain of arthritis. The movements are slow and controlled. Once you learn the routine you can practice at home

10:00 Alzheimer’s Support Group will hold it’s monthly meeting in the conference room.

10:30 Precious Memories Band and Halloween Party  Join us and we dance the morning away dressed in our Halloween Finest and finish the morning with trick or treating.  You are never too old to enjoy a good Halloween Party.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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