Educational Programs & Classes

6/27 - How to Become a Highly Motivated Diabetic
Learn the seven healthy habits of a motivated diabetic, including extensive nutrition and exercise specifics. These habits promote enhanced life quality.  Presented by Oasis.  Free. Registration required.

Tuesdays, 7/11 - 8/22 - Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions
Developed by Stanford University’s Patient Education Research Center, this self-management course is for those with such
chronic conditions as heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, asthma, bronchitis, emphysema or others.  Presented by Oasis.

8/17 - Know the Ten Signs of Alzheimer’s
Separate myth from reality and address commonly-held fears about Alzheimer’s disease. Find out how to recognize the signs, learn the benefits of early detection and discover resources to help. Presented by the Alzheimer’s Association, St. Louis Chapter  Free. Registration required.

8/25Advance Funeral Planning Seminar
Learn about the many benefits of funeral, cremation and cemetery pre-planning. Baue will answer any questions.

8/29Diabetes: Yes You CAN Exercise!
Whether you routinely exercise or are contemplating beginning in an exercise program this class has something for you! Learn about how we adopt healthy behaviors and sustain them by “keeping it fresh”. Light participation in exercise demonstrations is incorporated in the class. Presented by Oasis.  Free. Registration required.

8/31- Effective Communication Strategies for Alzheimer’s
This class for caregivers explores how communication takes place when someone has Alzheimer’s. Learn to decode the verbal and behavioral messages and identify strategies to connect and communicate. Presented by the Alzheimer’s Association, St. Louis Chapter
Free. Registration required.

Tuesdays - Parkinson’s Exercise Class (Call 636.928.WELL to register.)
DYNAMIC STANDING - For Parkinson’s patients who are able to walk from parking lot to class unassisted and without device.
CHAIR EXERCISE - For Parkinson’s patients who use a wheelchair, walker, cane or have someone to assist them into class.
Free. Doctor’s order and registration required for your first class.

Tuesdays and Thursdays - Diabetes Self-Management Education Class (Call 636.928.WELL to register.)
These educational classes for adults with Type II diabetes are led by a certified diabetes educator and a registered dietitian. One-on-one consultations are also offered for people with gestational, Type I or Type II diabetes. Free. Physician order and registration required for your first class.

Find a doctor or make an appointment: 636.928.WELL
General Information: 800.392.0936