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July Clearwater Aging Well Center Programs

Post Date:07/11/2019 5:16 PM

July 11, 2019
Contact: (727) 724-3070  

July Clearwater Aging Well Center Programs 

CLEARWATER, Fla. – The Aging Well Center, located in the Long Center at 1501 N. Belcher Road, will host a variety of upcoming programs throughout the month of July. For more information or to pre-register, call the Aging Well Center at (727) 724-3070.  

Highlights include: 

Brain Training Effectiveness Among Older Adults
Monday, July 15, 1:30-2:30 p.m.

  • The USF-Cognitive Aging Lab’s Dr. Alisa Houseknecht Ph.D., CRC, will discuss how cognitive abilities can be maintained and even enhanced with advancing age. Explore how cognitive interventions, often referred to as brain fitness programs or brain games, help older adults to avoid, or at least delay functional difficulties, and thereby maintain independence and improve their quality of life. Presented by Dr. Houseknecht, Study Coordinator for the Preventing Alzheimer’s with Cognitive Training (PACT) trial at the University of South Florida. The Clearwater Aging Well Center has been selected as a PACT Research study site. Space is limited. Pre-registration is recommended. Free.

Improve Rest and Relaxation
Thursday, July 18, 2-3 p.m. 

  • Join community educator Leslie Noland, M.S., as she discusses tips to help improve sleep and relaxation. Explore how and why sleep may change as we get older and how poor sleep can put you at risk for more than just being tired. Free.

Visit St. Pete/Clearwater: Tourism in the Community
Thursday, July 25, 2-3 p.m.

  • Explore how Visit St. Pete/Clearwater promotes our communities’ beautiful destinations. Learn more about how visitors to Pinellas County impact our economy and quality of life. This program is presented by Kristen Coryn of Visit St. Pete/Clearwater. Free.

The Grower’s Story: Oranges in Palm Harbor History
Tuesday, July 23, 2-3 p.m.

  • Learn about the lives of the Orange Grove owners and how the groves shaped the lives of Palm Harbor residents. Grove House exhibits will display the orange grove history, along with items and valuables from those exhibits. Program is provided through the Palm Harbor History Museum. Free.


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