Life after gender-affirming surgery has unique challenges. We provide guidance and support for a successful transition. For trans/non-binary/gender non-conforming people and those who care for them.
What specific health care rights do members of the LGBTQ+ community have? Whether you are LGBTQ+ or an ally, you will learn the information you need to protect yourself and your loved ones.
An introduction to anti-racism, to empower community members in order to work together in creating a more equitable society. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Improve and enhance your wellbeing with information for preventing chronic diseases, finding the right health care provider, and understanding your rights as a health care consumer. Learn about disparities in health outcomes among various populations in New York City. Discover the power of advanced care planning, hospice and palliative care services. Empower your health and your family’s wellbeing. For people over 30 years old.
What are your options when your family may have a food shortage during the month? Learn about some local resources to consider to help you bridge the gap for your food sustenance.
Whether you’re pregnant now, have just had a baby, or are thinking about getting pregnant, you may be curious about breastfeeding. This presentation provides information about the benefits of breastfeeding for parent and baby, dispels common myths about it, and provides resources to help you succeed.
Learn about common suicide risks and the warning signs that you should know. Awareness can help stop these tragic deaths.
We will look at common reasons for falls and share good ways to reduce their risk inside your home. Targeted at seniors and those who care for them.
Understanding how to manage an illness is important for your own health and for caregivers. We’ll offer strategies for self care and caring for a loved one.
What is depression and how do you get there? How do you move beyond it and feel good again? In this workshop, you’ll learn ways of keeping your emotional balance when things go wrong. Geared toward older adults.
Congestive heart failure is a leading cause of death in the United States. Get practical advice on living your best life after diagnosis. Aimed at patients, caregivers, and home health aides.
What is hospice care and when should you consider it? We’ll examine hospice eligibility, goals, services, benefits, and myths in this workshop. Designed for health care professionals and the general public.
Caregiving can drain you emotionally, physically, and mentally. Learn about the resources available to give you the support you need.
It’s been 40 years since we started the journey with HIV and AIDS. Please Join us for a look at the major achievements and the challenges we face. Current important resources for further information will be shared.
Seasonal depression can hit particularly hard during the winter holidays. We’ll give you information and ideas to fight the blues. Make your peace with winter!
How do you define happiness? Does happiness mean you have to be happy all the time?
Learn how allowing yourself to feel all your emotions can contribute to happiness and overall well-being. We’ll look at what happiness is, where you can find it, and stuff that affects it.
Learn about Veterans Administration (VA) home care and hospice benefits. We’ll help you understand your health plans and give you the tools to make the most of what’s available to you. Particularly aimed at retired vets, their families, and caregivers.
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