The Davis County Health Department’s Caregiver Support program is offering the classes, which are intended for individuals caring for family members who are older or frail. Classes are free and individuals can attend at any time during the series.
Topics include services for caregivers and seniors, estate planning, medical alarms, aging in place, Alzheimer's and the normal aging process, stress management, and more.
Classes at the Centerville Library will be held Tuesdays at 1 p.m., March 17-May 5. At the Heritage Center, they will be held on Thursdays, March 19-May 7.
The same class is presented each week at both sessions. The complete schedule, with the Centerville date first and Clearfield second for each week, plus class presenter is:
• March 17 and March 19, Services for Caregivers and Seniors, Davis County Health Department Senior Services
• March 24 and March 26, Estate Planning Essentials, Eric B. Barnes – The ElderCare Law Firm, Inc.
• March 31 and April 2, Alzheimer's and the Normal Aging Process, Julia Cole and Carol Fletcher – Caregiver Support Network
• April 7 and April 9, Medical Alarms, Cintie Corry – Rescue Alerts
• April 14 and April 16, Aging in Place, Matthew Fullmer – Select Home Care
• April 21 and April 23, Stress Management – Madeline McDonald – Rocky Mountain Home Care
• April 28 and April 30, Bloom Where You Are Planted, CJ Benson – South Davis Home Health
• May 5 and May 7, New Beginnings, Shelly Nettesheim – Apple Village.
For more information, call Megan Forbush at 801-451-3506.