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July 2016 - Eagle County
El Jebel Senior Programs
0020 Eagle County Dr.
379-0020
July 2016
July Menu
Tuesday, July 5
Chicken pesto pasta salad
Fruit salad
Garlic bread
Birthday cake
Wagon Rides at the 4 Eagle Ranch
Tuesday, July 12
Tuna pasta salad with
veggies
Rolls
Chocolate éclair pie
Tuesday, July 19
El Jebel seniors at the 4 Eagle Ranch BBQ lunch
Day trip to Marble for a BBQ lunch and walk
Sign up by Tuesday, July 26 if you would
like to have lunch at Slow Groovin’ BBQ
in Marble on Wednesday, July 27.
There are spots in the van for the first 12
people who sign up.
Cost is determined by menu options.
Following lunch, we will stop in Redstone for a half
hour to stretch our legs, get ice cream, or shop! We will
be leaving the El Jebel Senior site at 11:00 a.m. and
returning around 2:45 p.m. To make a reservation, sign
up at the El Jebel site, or call Christy at 379-0020
Sharon Miller: July 5
Barbara O’Toole: July 7
Jack Moyes: July 11
Donna Phelps: July 20
Carol Berry: July 21
Betty Henderson: July 22
Lorraine Lamoureux: Jul 23
Ed Oschner: July 24
Greek steak pasta salad
Asparagus
Rolls
Fruit parfaits
Tuesday, July 26
Chopped chicken salad
Fruit salad
Rolls
Rice pudding
Thursday, July 7
Smoked kielbasa hoagies
Sauerkraut
Baked beans
Salad
Chocolate chip banana bread
Thursday, July 14
Turkey taco soup
Salad
Rolls
Flan
Thursday, July 21
Ginger shrimp salad
Herbed carrots
Rolls
Dessert muffins
Thursday, July 28
Potato bar with all the fixings
Carrot raisin salad
Raspberry dessert bars
Help the environment AND stay
hydrated by bringing your own reusable
water bottle to exercise classes!
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
For more program information, please call
970-328-7682 or for transportation information call 309-8465. Please be sure to place
a lunch reservation at 379-0020 by noon the
day prior. Suggested donation is $3.00 per
meal. All donations are greatly appreciated.
Thank You!
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Closed
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9:30 Stretch
11:00 Bridge
10:30 Exercise
11:30 Lawn Darts
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Bingo
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9:30 Poker
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14
9:30 Poker
9:30 Stretch
2:30 Site Council 10:30 Exercise
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Bingo
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9:30 Stretch
10:30 Tai Chi
2:00 N’Balance
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9:30 Stretch
10:30 Exercise
11:45 Library
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Bingo
1:00 Errands
4:00 Free Aspen
Orchestra Concert
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9:30 Stretch
10:30 Tai Chi
2:00 N’Balance
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20
9:30 Poker
Chair Massages
9:30 Stretch
11:30 Food Bank
10:30 Exercise
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Medicare Counseling appointments
1:00 Bingo
1:00 Errands
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9:30 Stretch
10:30 Tai Chi
2:00 N’Balance
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9:30 Stretch
10:30 Exercise
11:45 Library
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Bingo
1:00 Errands
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9:30 Poker
11:00 Marble
BBQ lunch and
Redstone walk
Sat
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11:00 Bridge
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9:30 Stretch
10:30 Exercise
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Bingo
1:00 Errands
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Fri
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11:00 Bridge
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9:30 Stretch
10:30 Exercise
11:30 Bocce Ball
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Bingo
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11:00 Bridge
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9:30 Stretch
10:30 Exercise
12:00 Lunch
1:00 Bingo
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Garfield County Senior newsletter: http://www.garfield-county.com/human-services/senior-services.aspx
Pitkin County Senior newsletter and lunch menu: http:www.pitkincounty.com/217/Senior-Services
Hey Christi! You teach quite a few exercise classes here.
Can you please explain what we do in the different classes?
Stretch
Class begins with 10
minutes of cardio to
warm-up the
muscles. A variety
of stretches is
performed standing,
sitting and lying
down to increase
flexibility, range of
motion or simply to
relax. Yoga and
Pilates techniques
are incorporated as
well. Mats are
provided.
Tai Chi
N’Balance (with Miki)
Class begins with 20
minutes of pure
movement including
warm-up, Hi/Lo,
dance, boxing and
cool down. The 2nd
half of class focuses
on upper and lower
body strengthening,
balance and/or core
work. Different
equipment is used
each week including
weights, resistance
bands or stability
balls.
Aerobics
Each class includes a
warm-up, learning of
postures and cooldown. Within each 8week session a set of 8
or more postures is
taught. Movements are
slow and flowing and
increase balance,
posture and flexibility
in a gentle way. Also
known as “meditation
in motion,” Tai Chi is
great for the mind and
body. Class may also
be taken sitting in
chair.
N'Balance is a gentle
exercise program designed
to reduce the risk of falls.
N'Balance is structured to
empower participants,
heighten awareness of fall
risks, and work on
improving those systems
that affect our balance.
Pre-assessments and post
assessments are an integral
part of the exercise
program so participants
have a benchmark showing
their improvements.
Optional $2 donation
Tues/Thurs
10:30-11:25
Ongoing
Optional $2 donation
Mon/Tues/Thurs
9:30-10:25
Ongoing
Cost: $2/session
Mondays
10:30– 11:25
June 6—Aug. 1
Medicare is confusing!
Make an appointment to speak with an expert
who ISN’T a broker trying to sell you
insurance! T.J Dufresne, the local SHIP
Medicare Coordinator, and Ed, a trained
volunteer, will be coming to the El Jebel senior
site monthly to meet with seniors on a variety
of topics including Medicare, fraud,
and identity theft, among other things.
To make an appointment, call (970) 328-7682
Cost: $15 for 8 weeks
Mondays
2:00-3:00
June 13—Aug. 22
Please call to register!
(970) 328-7682
Clues for Logic Puzzle: Movie Money
1. “Easy to Love” is either the film that grossed $2 million or the
movie directed by Linda Lynch.
2. “Amerigo” made somewhat less than the movie directed by
Hick Hamon
3. “Let Me Out” made 3 million more than “Amerigo”.
4. Of the movie directed by Odette Olson and the film directed
by Hick Harmon, one made $11 million and the other is
“Amerigo”.
5. The movie directed by Nan Norman made 3 million less than
“Amerigo”.
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Next Site Council Meeting:
Wednesday, July 13
2:30 p.m.
Basalt Library
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Movies
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Aspen Conducting Academy Orchestra
Tuesday, July 12
Benedict Music Tent
Meet at the tent entrance at 3:45 p.m.
Free admission!
Directors
Help us plan a Palisade wine tasting trip!
As with all grid-based logic
puzzles, no option in any
category will ever be used
more than once. You may
want to use a pencil and
scratch paper if you get
stuck or run into problems.
Health and Wellness Programs in the
Mid-Roaring Fork Valley for Seniors
Food for Thought Caregiver Support Group
Genealogy Help Sessions
Third Wednesday of each month
1:00pm—3:00pm
Cost: Free!
Saturday, July 16
1:00pm—3:00pm
Cost: Free!
Senior Matters Carbondale
(970) 306-2587
www.seniorsmatter.org/our-programs.html
Basalt Library
(970) 927-4311
www.basaltlibrary.org/
Roaring Fork Brain Train
Carbondale Parks and Recreation
Senior Programs
This program serves people with Early Memory Loss
due to all forms of dementia
Beginning July 11
Cost: Free!
Senior Matters Carbondale
(970) 306-2587
Applications online at http://www.seniorsmatter.org/
braintrain.html
Adaptive Yoga
Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.
Integrative Yoga
Friday at 8:30 a.m.
Silver Sneakers is
now in the
MidValley at the
TAC!
Call for rates
and class details
1460 E. Valley Rd.
Suite 100
Basalt, CO 81621
(970) 279-5412
www.theaspenclinic.org
“Over the Hill” Hiking Group
Our hikes are hands-on informational sessions
where you will experience “Leave no trace”
practices of wilderness travel. We cover how to
pack for a hike and what to bring, learn about
plant, weed, and animal identification, and
how to use a compass and topographical maps.
July 11
9:00am—3:00pm
Hunter Creek Trail
Cost: $20 (includes supervised hiking
and transportation)
Registration deadline: July 5th
(970) 510-1292
SilverSplash
Fun, shallow-water moves to improve agility,
flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance. No
swimming ability is required, and a special
SilverSneakers kick board is used to develop
strength, balance, and coordination.
Tuesdays and Thursdays
9:00am—10:00am
Carbondale’s John M. Fleet Pool
Cost: Included in a day pass, drop-in fee of $5,
or with a SilverSneakers membership)
(970) 510-1292
http://carbondalerec.com/programs/senior-programs/
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HEALTHY AGING TIMES
JULY 2016
The Power of Positive Thinking
Did you know that one of the most important keys to success is positive thinking?
With this key, it is easier to achieve success, improve relationships, have better health, and enjoy happiness,
satisfaction and inner peace. This key, also helps in the daily affairs of life, making everything flow more
smoothly, and with less friction. A positive attitude makes life look brighter and promising.
Positive thinking is contagious. People around you pick your mental moods and are affected accordingly. Think
about happiness, good health and success, and you will cause people to like you and desire to help you, because
they enjoy the vibrations that a positive mind emits.
In order to make positive thinking yield results, you need to develop a positive attitude toward life, expect a
successful outcome of whatever you do, but also take any necessary actions to ensure your success.
Effective positive thinking that brings results is much more than just repeating a few positive words, or telling
yourself that everything is going to be all right. It has to be your predominant mental attitude. It is not enough to
think positively for a few moments, and then letting fears and lack of belief enter your mind. Some effort and inner
work are necessary. Think positive and expect only favorable results and situations, even if your current
circumstances are not as you wish them to be. In time, your mental attitude will affect your external life and
circumstances, and change them accordingly. (succsssesconciousness.com)
Inside This Issue:
The Power of Positive Thinking.....……………...…...1
Mindful Eating…………………….……………....….2
7 Signs and Symptoms & Staffing Update……………3
Move of the Month and 7 signs continued….………...4
Mission and Contact Information……………….…….5
Healthy Aging Resources…………………..……..6 &7
Cook’s Corner Recipe………………………………...8
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Special
points
of interest:
Mindful Eating
Mindful eating uses the ancient art of mindfulness, or being present, to help cope with modern eating
problems. It’s not a diet. There are no menus or food restrictions. It is developing a new mindset
around food.
The good news is that mindful eating can help binge eaters as well as many other eating issues.
During the past 20 years, studies have found that mindful eating can help you to 1) reduce overeating
and binge eating, 2) lose weight and reduce your body mass index (BMI), 3) cope with chronic
eating problems, and reduce anxious thoughts about food and your body and 4) improve the
symptoms of Type 2 diabetes. Thus, it has many benefits!
Intuitively, it makes sense that mindful eating is helpful to overeaters. It slows you down, makes you more aware of portion sizes
and helps you get out of negative, automatic food habits like overeating while watching your favorite TV show. So how does it also
help people who have other problematic eating habits?
In a nutshell, whether you are overeating or being overly restrictive
when you diet, it’s likely that you have lost track of your hunger
and fullness. This break between your body and mind needs to be
healed.
Mindful eating can be helpful to almost everyone. Here are 2 simple Ways to Get Started:
1) Just Be Mindful. Being more attentive and aware in all aspects of your life can help you to
improve your eating habits. This is good news if you aren’t ready to change what you put on your
plate. Start by being more mentally present with your significant other, put away your cell phone
and be more engaged with what you are doing and do one thing at a time instead of multitasking.
When you are ready to change your meal habits, you will have more practice on how to be
attentive and present. It’s easy to eat an entire plate of food and not taste one bite.
2) 3) The Four Mindful Points: Check in with each dimension of mindfulness. When you eat, ask
yourself these questions:
a. Mind: Am I tasting each bite or am I zoned out when I eat? (You can download the awareness
checklist here.)
B. Body: How does my body feel before and after I eat? Low energy? Stomach rumbling? Full?
Empty?
c. Feeling: What do I feel about this food? Guilty? Pleasure? Joy? Disappointment? Regret?
d. Thoughts: What thoughts does this food bring to mind? Memories? Beliefs? Myths? Fears?
(huffingtonpost.com)
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7 Signs and Symptoms not to Ignore
Chest pain, sudden loss of vision or speech, and severe abdominal pain
require immediate medical attention — but what about more subtle red
flags? It can be tough to know what to do. Here's a list of seven signs and
symptoms that merit attention.
1. Unexplained weight loss
Losing weight without trying might sound like a dream come true, but in reality it can signal a health
problem. If you're not obese and you've lost more than 10 percent of your body weight during the
past six months — for instance, 15 pounds if you weigh 150 pounds — consult your doctor.
An unexplained drop in weight could be caused by various conditions — including overactive
thyroid (hyperthyroidism), diabetes, depression, liver disease, cancer or disorders that interfere with
how your body absorbs nutrients (malabsorption disorders).
2. Persistent or high fever
A fever isn't necessarily a cause for alarm. Fever seems to play a key role in fighting infection. Persistent fever can signal a hidden infection, which could be anything from a urinary tract infection to
tuberculosis. In some cases, cancerous (malignant) conditions — such as lymphomas — cause
prolonged or persistent fevers, as can some medications.
Call your doctor if your temperature is 103 F or higher or you've had a fever for more than three
days.
3. Shortness of breath
Shortness of breath could signal an underlying health problem. Very strenuous exercise, extreme
temperatures, massive obesity and high altitude all can cause shortness of breath. Outside of these
examples, shortness of breath is likely a sign of a medical problem. If you have unexplained shortness of breath, especially if it comes on suddenly and is severe, seek emergency medical care.
Causes for breathlessness might include chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, bronchitis, asthma,
pneumonia, a blood clot in the lung (pulmonary embolism), as well as other heart and lung problems.
Difficulty breathing can also occur with a panic attack — a sudden episode of intense anxiety that
triggers severe physical reactions when there is no real danger or apparent cause.
(Continued on page 4)
Healthy Aging Staffing Update
With the transition of our manager, Karen Koenemann
heading on to Delta County, Carly Rietmann will be moving
into the Healthy Aging Supervisor position full time
overseeing the programs and Healthy Aging staff
members. Prior to this, Carly has been coordinating the
Eagle senior site, managing our Older Americans grant funds,
and supervising our chefs and bus drivers (which she will
continue to do). Carly has been with Eagle County for 5 1/2
years and is looking forward to continued work with all of
you!
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Move of the Month: Wrist Curls
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Strengthen your wrists and forearms with wrist curls.
1. Rest your forearm on the arm of a sturdy chair with your hand over the edge.
2. Hold weight with palm facing upward.
3. Slowly bend your wrist up and down.
4. Repeat 10 to 15 times.
5. Repeat with other hand 10 to 15 times.
6. Repeat 10 to 15 more times with each hand.
*If you don’t have hand weights, get creative with items
around your house. Canned vegetables or soup, water
bottles or really anything you can safely hold and lift will
do!
(nihseniorhealth.gov)
7 Signs and Symptoms Continued from Page 3
4. Unexplained changes in bowel habits
What's considered normal for bowel movements varies widely. Consult your doctor if you notice unusual or
unexplained changes in what's normal for you, such as: bloody, black or tarry-colored stools, persistent diarrhea or constipation, unexplained urges to have a bowel movement, changes in bowel habits could signal a
bacterial infection — such as campylobacter or salmonella — or a viral or parasitic infection. Other possible
causes include irritable bowel disease and colon cancer.
5. Confusion or personality changes
Seek medical attention if you have sudden: Poor thinking skills, difficulty focusing, sustaining or shifting attention, behavior changes. These changes could be caused by many problems, including infection, poor nutrition, mental health conditions or medications.
6. Feeling full after eating very little
If you consistently feel full sooner than normal or after eating less than usual, get checked by your doctor.
This feeling, known as early satiety, also might be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, bloating or weight loss.
If so, be sure to tell your doctor about these signs and symptoms as well.
Possible causes of early satiety include gastroesophageal reflux disease, commonly known as GERD, and peptic ulcers. In some cases, a more serious problem — such as pancreatic cancer — could be a factor.
7. Flashes of light
Bright spots or flashes of light sometimes indicate a migraine. In other cases, sudden flashes of light could signal retinal detachment. Immediate medical care can help prevent permanent vision loss.
(mayoclinic.org)
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Our Mission: Healthy Aging is dedicated to serving the over
60 population
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Eagle County
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2016
independence of older adults.
Coordination:
Transportation:
Bob Anderson
El Jebel Bus Driver
970.309.8465
Carly Rietmann
Healthy Aging Program
Supervisor—Eagle
970.328.8896
[email protected]
Mikey Colley
Eagle & Minturn Bus
Driver
970.343.9565
Christy Doyon
Healthy Aging Program
Coordinator—El Jebel
970.328.7682
[email protected]
Culinary:
Claudia Chacon
Eagle & Minturn
Culinary Specialist
970.328.1483
Pat Nolan
Healthy Aging Program
Coordinator—Minturn
970.328.8831
[email protected]
Nikki Reckles
El Jebel Culinary
Specialist
970.328.7680
Meal Reservation Information
Reservations are requested for lunch by 12:00 pm the day BEFORE the meal is served
(24 hour advance notice is requested please).
Eagle: Please call 328-8896. Lunches are served at noon on Tuesday and Thursday at the Golden Eagle
Senior Center, 715 Broadway in Eagle. We deliver meals to homebound seniors in the mid and lower Eagle
Valley (Eagle, Gypsum )
El Jebel: Please call 379-0020. Lunches are served at noon on Tuesday and Thursday at the Eagle County
Annex Building, 0020 Eagle County Dr. in El Jebel (just off Hwy 82 at Crown Mountain Park). We deliver
meals to homebound seniors in the Roaring Fork Mid-Valley.
Minturn-Vail: Please call 328-8831 or 328-2812. Lunches are served at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday and Friday at Maloit Park Senior Center inside Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy in Minturn, 1951 Hwy. 24 in Minturn. We deliver meals to homebound seniors in the upper Eagle Valley (Edwards to Vail)
All meals are funded by the Older Americans Act and Eagle County Govt. Anyone over 60 or regular
volunteers under 60: suggested anonymous donation of $3.00 All Guests under 60 must pay $8.00.
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Healthy Aging Resources in Eagle County
Volunteer Opportunities
Alpine Area Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is a volunteering program specifically for people 55 or better. Contact them today to learn about fun and exciting volunteer opportunities in Eagle County.
Contact CJ Grove, Alpine Area RSVP Coordinator at (970) 468-0295 ext. 122 or [email protected]
Medicare Information and Counseling
Northwest Colorado Councils of Government (NWCCOG) offers a State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) for Medicare beneficiaries. Contact TJ Dufresne at 970.468.0295 x120 or
[email protected]
Alpine Area Agency on Aging
The Alpine Area Agency on Aging is a program of NWCCOG is the designated regional planning and
service agency for senior services in Eagle, Grand, Jackson, Pitkin, and Summit Counties. Contact Erin
Fisher, AAAA Director at 970.468.0295 x107 or [email protected]
Home Delivered Meals
Home delivered meals are offered to home-bound older adults two days per week through the Healthy
Aging meal program. El Jebel/Basalt: 970-328-7682, Gypsum/Eagle/Wolcott: 970-328-8896, Edwards/
Avon/Minturn/Vail: 970-328-8831
In Home Caregiving Assistance
There are currently three organizations in Eagle County who offer in-home assistance :
Caring 4 You Homecare: 970-390-2889 (medical and non-medical), Homecare and Hospice of the Valley:
970-569-7455 (medical only), Visiting Angels: 970-328-5526 (non-medical only)
Dietary Guidance & Consultation
Free dietary guidance and consultation is a service provided through our meal program in Eagle County.
For information, answers, or to set up a consultation contact Melaine Hendershott, RD at 303-503-2622
Adult Protection Services
If you are aware of an older adult who may be in an unsafe situation please contact Adult Protection Services
at any time. Eagle River Valley: 970-328-7720 or Roaring Fork Valley: 970-429-2047
Mental Health and Wellness
Mind Springs Health: Eagle: 970-328-6969 | Vail: 970-476-0930 | Aspen: 970-920-5555 | Glenwood
Springs: 970-945-2583
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Healthy Aging Resources in Eagle County
Medical Transportation Services
If you are in need of a ride to a medical appointment, there’s help!
Mountain Ride - medical rides for Medicaid beneficiaries: 1-844-686-7433 or mtnride.org,
Eagle County Healthy Aging - medical rides for anyone in need no matter of age: Eagle River Valley 970-328-8896 or Basalt/Roaring Fork - 970-328-7682
Public Transit Opportunities
Eagle River Valley: Eco Transit - 970-328-3250, Paratransit is also a service offered by Eco Transit for
those who are medically unable to drive. Must be accepted into the program via an application and doctor’s
signature.
Roaring Fork Valley: Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) - 970-925-8484
Veteran’s Services
Veteran Services Officers can assist Veterans and their family file for benefits including Health Care, Pensions, Training and Education, Home Loans, Life Insurance, Burial and Memorial Benefits, Reserve and
National Guard, Transition Assistance, Appeals of VA Claims Decisions, and more. Contact Eagle County
Veteran’s Services Officer Pat Hammon at 970-328-9674 or [email protected]
Senior Specific Housing
Eagle County’s Housing Department operates two senior-specific independent living complexes in Eagle Golden Eagle Apartments and Seniors on Broadway. Contact Leona Perkins, Property Manager at 3288897 or [email protected] The Carbondale Housing Authority operates Crystal Meadows
Senior Housing in the Roaring Fork Valley. Contact them at 970-963-9326. If you are in need of
assisted living or skilled nursing in the Eagle River Valley, Castle Peak Senior Life and Rehabilitation will
open its doors in Fall of 2016. Contact Matt Scherr at (970) 989-2500 or [email protected]
Helping hands
Helping Hands is a project of Alpine RSVP and can provide you with a volunteer to help with household
chores or minor home repair. Learn more at (970) 468-0295 ext. 122 or [email protected]
Libraries & Eagle Valley Senior Life
Did you know if you call your local library with a question about information and resources in your area that
they either have the answer or will help you find it? All of our local libraries offer a wealth of
information. Avon Library: 970-949-6797 , Basalt Library: 970-927-4311, Eagle Library: 970-328-8800,
Gypsum Library: 970-524-5080, Vail Library: 970-479-2184 . Eagle Valley Senior Life operates an adult
day program for those with dementia and are a great all around resource for information. 970-977-0188.
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HEALTHY AGING TIMES
Eagle County Public Health
PO Box 660
Eagle, CO 81631
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Cook’s Corner: Corn and Summer Vegetable Sauté
Ingredients:
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1 tablespoon canola oil
1/2 cup chopped green onions
(about 4)
1 garlic clove, minced
1 cup sliced fresh okra (about 4
ounces)
1 cup chopped red bell pepper
(about 1)
1 finely chopped seeded jalapeño
pepper
1 cup fresh corn kernels (about 2
ears)
1 (15-ounce) can black beans,
rinsed and drained
1/3 cup minced fresh cilantro
1/8 teaspoon salt
Directions:
Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over
medium-high heat. Add onions and
garlic; sauté 1 minute. Add okra; sauté 3
minutes. Reduce heat to medium. Add
bell pepper and jalapeño; cook 5
minutes. Add corn; cook 5 minutes. Stir
in beans; cook 2 minutes. Stir in
cilantro; sprinkle with salt and black
pepper.
*To make this dish a meal, add lightly
seasoned cooked chicken, shrimp, or
cubed tofu to the mix at the very end.
(cooklinglight.com)
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Programas para ancianos
en El Jebel
0020 Eagle County Dr.
Julio 2016
379-0020
Menú de julio
Martes 5 de julio
Ensalada de pasta con pesto
y pollo
Ensalada de frutas
Pan de ajo
Pastel de cumpleaños
Paseo en vagón el 4 Eagle Ranch
Martes 12 de julio
Ensalada de pasta con atún y
verduras
Pan
Pastel de chocolate éclair
Martes 19 de julio
Almorzando en el almuerzo en el 4 Eagle Ranch
Excursión a Marble para un almuerzo de BBQ y una
caminata: Apúntese antes del martes 26 de julio si
le gustaría almorzar en Slow Groovin BBQ en Marble
el miércoles 27 de julio. Hay lugar en el mircobus
para las primeras 12 personas que se apunten. El total
del viaje será determinado basado en sus opciones de menú.
Después de almorzar, nos detendremos en Redstone por una
media hora para estirar las piernas, tomar un helado o hacer
compras! Nos iríamos del edificio de Eagle County
a las 11:00 a.m. y regresaremos como a las 2:45 p.m.
Para hacer una reservación, anótese en el sitio de El Jebel, o
llámar a Christy al 379-0020
Sharon Miller: July 5
Barbara O’Toole: July 7
Jack Moyes: July 11
Donna Phelps: July 20
Carol Berry: July 21
Betty Henderson: July 22
Lorraine Lamoureux: Jul 23
Ed Oschner: July 24
Ensalada de pasta con carne
griega
Espárragos
Pan
Parfait de frutas
Martes 26 de julio
Ensalada de pollo picada
Ensalada de frutas
Pan
Arroz con leche
Jueves 7 de julio
Emparedados de kielbasa
ahumados
Repollo acido
Frijoles al horno
Ensalada
Pan de chocolate chips de
plátano
Jueves 14 de julio
Sopa de taco con pavo
Ensalada
Pan
Flan
Jueves 21 de julio
Ensalada de camaron y
jengibre
Zanahorias con hierbas
Pan
Panecillo de postre
Jueves 28 de julio
Barra de papa
Ensalada de zanahoria con
pasas
Postre de frambuesa
Ayuda al medioambiente y mantente hidratado
trayendo su propio botella de agua para las
clases de ejercicio!
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Para mas información sobre los programas, por
favor llame al 970-328-7682 o para información
sobre transporte llame al 309-8465. Por favor
haga sus reservas para el almuerzo al 379-0020
antes de mediodía el día anterior.
Se sugiere una donación de $3.00 por comida.
Toda donación es muy apreciado. Gracias
3
4
5
Cerrado
10
11
9:30
Estiraramiento
10:30 Tai Chi
2:00 N’Balance
9:30 Estiraramiento
10:30 Ejercicio
12:00 Almuerzo
1:00 Bingo
1:00 Mandados
12
9:30 Estiraramiento
10:30 Ejercicio
11:45 Biblioteca
12:00 Almuerzo
6
9:30 Póker
7
13
9:30 Póker
2:30 Consejo de
14
sitio
9:30 Estiraramiento
10:30 Ejercicio
11:30 Dardos de
césped
12:00 Almuerzo
1:00 Bingo
9:30 Estiraramiento
10:30 Ejercicio
12:00 Almuerzo
1:00 Bingo
Fri
Sat
1
11:00 Puente
2
8
11:00 Puente
9
15
11:00 Puente
16
22
23
1:00 Bingo
1:00 Mandados
4:00 Aspen orquesta
sinfónica gratis
17
18
9:30
Estiraramiento
10:30 Tai Chi
2:00 N’Balance
19
Masaje de silla
9:30 Estiraramiento
10:30 Ejercicio
12:00 Almuerzo
1:00 Citas de
asesoramiento de
Medicare
20
9:30 Póker
11:00 Banco de
Comida
21
27
9:30 Póker
11:00 Almuerzo
de barbacoa en
Marble y paseo
28
9:30 Estiraramiento 11:00 Puente
10:30 Ejercicio
11:30 Bola de bocce
12:00 Almuerzo
1:00 Bingo
1:00 Bingo
1:00 Mandados
24
25
9:30
Estiraramiento
10:30 Tai Chi
2:00 N’Balance
26
9:30 Estiraramiento
10:30 Ejercicio
11:45 Biblioteca
12:00 Almuerzo
1:00 Bingo
29
30
9:30 Estiraramiento
10:30 Ejercicio
12:00 Almuerzo
1:00 Bingo
1:00 Mandados
Boletín de ancianos del Condado de Garfield: http://www.garfield-county.com/human-services/senior-services.aspx
Boletín de ancianos del Condado de Pitkin y menú de almuerzo: http:www.pitkincounty.com/217/Senior-Services
Hola Christi! Usted enseña unas cuantas clases de ejercicios aquí.
¿Puede usted explicar lo que hacemos en las diferentes clases?
Ejercico
La clase comienza con
20 minutos de puro
movimiento
incluyendo el calentamiento, Alta/Baja,
bailar, el boxeo y refrescarse. La segunda
mitad de la clase se
centra en el fortalecimiento cuerpo superior
e inferior, el equilibrio
y el trabajo abdomen.
Diferentes equipos se
usa cada semana, incluyendo pesas, bandas
de resistencia o bolas
de la estabilidad.
Opcional donación de $2
Mar/Jue
10:30-11:25
En marcha
Stretch
La clase comienza
con 10 minutos de
cardio para calentar
los músculos. Una
variedad de tramos
se realiza de pie,
sentarse y acostarse
para aumentar la
flexibilidad, rango de
movimiento, o simplemente para relajarse. Técnicas de
yoga y Pilates se
incorporan también.
Esteras se
proporcionan.
Opcional donación de $2
Lun/Mar/Jue
9:30-10:25
En marcha
Tai Chi
N’Balance (con Miki)
Cada clase incluye un
calentamiento, el aprendizaje de las posturas, y
el enfriamiento. Dentro
de cada sesión de de 8
semanas, un conjunto de
8 o más posturas se
enseña. Los movimientos son lentos y que
fluye y aumentar el
equilibrio, la postura y la
flexibilidad de una
manera suave. También
conocido como
“meditación en movimiento", Tai Chi es muy
bueno para la mente y el
cuerpo. Clase también se
puede tomar cuando se
sienta en la silla.
Es un programa de ejercicio
suave diseñada para reducir el riesgo de caídas.
N'Balance está estructurado
para capacitar a los participantes, aumentar la conciencia de los riesgos de
caídas, y el trabajo en la
mejora de los sistemas que
afectan a nuestro equilibrio. Las evaluaciones previas y posteriores son una
parte integral del programa
de ejercicios que los participantes tengan un punto de
referencia que muestra sus
mejoras.
Costo: $2/sesión
Los lunes
10:30– 11:25
Costo:$15 para 8 semanas
Los lunes
2:00-3:00
13 de junio—22 de aug.
¡Llame para registrarse!
(970) 328-7682
¡Medicare es confuso!
Haga una cita para hablar con un experto que no
es un agente que trata de venderle un seguro! T.J
Dufresne, el coordinador local de Medicare, y
voluntario Ed, va a venir a el sitio El Jebel
mensual para hablar con las personas mayores
sobre una variedad de temas, incluyendo
Medicare, el fraude y el robo de identidad,
entre otras cosas.
Para hacer una cita, llame al (970) 328-7682
Siguiente cita de consejo de sitio:
Miércoles 13 de julio
2:30 p.m.
Biblioteca de Basalt
Ayudarnos a planificar un viaje de cata de vinos
de Palisade!
——————————————
Aspen Orquesta de la Academia
conductors de Aspen
Jueves, 12 de julio
Benedict Music Tent
Cita en la entrada de la tienda en 3:45pm
¡Entrada gratis!
“¡Los suspiros son aire y van al aire!
¡Las lágrimas son agua y van al mar!
Dime, mujer, cuando el amor se olvida
¿sabes tú adónde va?”
― Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer
“Ya no la quiero, es cierto, pero tal vez la quiero.
Es tan corto el amor, y es tan largo el olvido.”
― Pablo Neruda
“Es curioso cómo el pensamiento incurre en lo inverosímil, cómo se lo permite momentáneamente,
cómo fantasea o se hace supersticioso para descansar
un rato o encontrar alivio, cómo es capaz de negar los
hechos y hacer que retroceda el tiempo, aunque sea
un instante. Cómo se parece al sueño.”
― Javier Marías
“Cuando vayamos al mar
yo te diré mi secreto:
Me envuelve, pero no es ola…
Me amarga…, pero no es sal…”
― Dulce María Loynaz
Programas de salud y bienestar en el
Mid-Roaring Fork Valle para ancioanos
Grupo de apoyo para cuidadores
Ayuda Sesiones de Genealogía
En tercer miércoles de cada mes
1:00pm—3:00pm
Costo: ¡Gratis!
Sabado 16 de julio
1:00pm—3:00pm
Costo: ¡Gratis!
Senior Matters Carbondale
(970) 306-2587
www.seniorsmatter.org/our-programs.html
Biblioteca de Basalt
(970) 927-4311
www.basaltlibrary.org/
Cerebro Capacitación de Roaring Fork
Carbondale Parks and Recreation
Senior Programs
Este programa atiende a las personas con pérdida de
memoria temprana debido a todas las formas de
demencia.
A partir del 11 de julio
Costo: ¡Gratis!
Senior Matters Carbondale
(970) 306-2587
Las aplicaciones en línea en
www.seniorsmatter.org/braintrain.html
Yoga adaptativo
Martes a las 11:30 a.m.
Yoga integradora
¡Silver Sneakers está
ahora en el
MidValley en TAC!
Viernes a las 8:30 a.m.
Llamar para precios y
detalles de clase
and class details
1460 E. Valley Rd.
Suite 100
Basalt, CO 81621
(970) 279-5412
www.theaspenclinic.org
Grupo de senderismo
Nuestras rutas son sesiones informativas, donde
disfrutará de "no dejar rastro" prácticas de los viajes
desierto. Aprenderás cómo empacar para una caminata y lo que debe traer, aprender acerca las plantas,
malas hierbas, y la identificación de los animales, y
cómo utilizar una brújula y mapas topográficos.
11 de julio
9:00am—3:00pm
Hunter Creek Trail
Costo: $20 (incluye caminatas supervisada
y el transporte)
Fecha limite de registro: 5 de julio
(970) 510-1292
SilverSplash
Diversión, el movimiento de aguas poco profundas
para mejorar la agilidad, la flexibilidad y la resistencia cardiovascular. No se requiere ninguna habilidad para nadar, y se utiliza una tabla flotadora
de SilverSneakers especial para desarrollar la fuerza, el equilibrio y la coordinación.
Son martes y jueves
9:00am—10:00am
John M. Flota piscine de Carbondale
Costo: Incluido en un pase de un día, drop-in cuota
de $ 5, o con una membresía SilverSneakers)
(970) 510-1292
http://carbondalerec.com/programs/senior-programs/

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