With a healthy approach we can respond more positively to the losses that come with aging, such as the death of loved ones and impaired health.
There are so many facets to a healthy aging process, including responding more positively to the losses that come with aging such as the death of loved ones and impaired health, and this program will help participants understand and develop valuable skills and resources.
This workshop is for people 62 and older who want to learn how to respond to the challenges of aging with resilience and a positive attitude. Free of charge. This workshop is offered several times per year, pre-registration is required.
Contact Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County at 207-667-2531.
Our current Choosing Resilience workshop is now closed.
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“I enjoyed connecting with the others. I no longer felt alone.”
~ From a participant in a recent program.
“High resilience later in life has been associated with reduced depression and mortality risk, better self-perceptions of aging successfully, increased quality of life, and improved lifestyle behaviors.”
~Geriatric Nursing, Vol. 37, issue 4