DAMARISCOTTA — Spectrum Generations Health and Wellness team will host a community conversation about ways the organization can increase participation and completion in our evidence based programs such as Living Well: Chronic Disease Self-Management, at 1 p.m. Oct. 26, at Spectrum Generations Coastal Community Center, 521 Main St., under the guidance of Spectrum Generations Manager of Evidence Based Health and Wellness Jennifer Fortin.

Evidence-based programs offer proven ways to promote health and prevent disease among older adults. They are based on research and provide documented health benefits, so you can be confident they work. Older adults who participate in EBPs can lower their risk of chronic diseases and falls-or improve long-term effects of chronic diseases or falls.

The focus groups will meet discussion the types of incentives the organization could offer.

For more information, call 660-1657, email [email protected] or call Robin Maginn the Coastal Community Center at 563-1363.

For more information, visit www.spectrumgenerations.org.

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