Summit Senior Brakfast Club: Improving the Lives of People Affected by Diabetes
April: Improving the Lives of People Affected by Diabetes
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
8:00 to 10 a.m.
A diabetes diagnosis may feel scary, sad, or overwhelming but Aurora Medical Center Summit will be by your side during your journey. Here, you will find everything you need to know and manage your Type-1 and Type-2, as well as learn how to lead an active, healthy life. Stacey Sullivan, Nurse Practitioner, will guide you with an understanding of this complex disease.
Registration is required by phoning: 888-863-5502 or contact Trish Golden at 262-434-1248
Attention Dificit Disorder: Facts, Symptoms, DIagnosis and Treatment Options
Community Health Beat
April 16, 2019
Attention Deficit Disorder: Facts, Symptom’s, Diagnosis and Treatment Options
According to the CDC, people with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors (may act without thinking about what the result will be), or be overly active. Although ADHD can’t be cured, it can be successfully managed and some symptoms may improve as the child ages. Join Stephanie Coates, Licensed Professional Counselor with Cornerstone Counseling Center and learn the facts, systems, and diagnosis and treatment options.
To register phone: 888-863-5502 or contact Trish Golden at 262-434-1248
Back to the 90's Bar Crawl in Downtown Waukesha
Bella Vue Events is hosting a "Back to the 90's" Bar Crawl in Downtown Waukesha on April 20th, 2019.
Come out in your best 90's inspired outfit for food, drinks and fun with friends and fellow 90's bar "crawlers."
The entry fee will include all participants to be entered in to win several amazing raffle prizes from local businesses, food/drink specials at participating bars and remaining proceeds to be donated to Wisconsin Humane Society. We will also be accepting additional donations for the Humane Society the day of the bar crawl at check in.
Check in will be from 5:45-7:00 PM. Location is TBD. The Bar Crawl will go from 6-9:00 PM, but feel free to keep the night going at your own pace.
The Women’s Center is thrilled to present Terry Crews as the keynote speaker of our (em)Power Luncheon!
The (em)Power Luncheon honors the courageous voices of survivors, those who advocate for survivors, and those who speak out to affect change. Actor, athlete, and author Terry Crews is all three.
Many know Crews as an actor (most recently on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and the upcoming season of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions“, just to name a few out of an impressive catalog of films, commercials and television appearances), an artist, and a former NFL athlete. After sharing his story as a male #MeToo survivor in early 2018, and his subsequent testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of the Sexual Assault Survivor Bill of Rights, we now also know him as an activist.
Terry Crews has become an outspoken, honest and important male voice, included as one of Time magazine’s Silence Breakers who were named 2017 Person of the Year. Through his work, Crews is a tireless advocate for survivors and for legislation changes that will better protect survivors and hold perpetrators accountable.
Be sure to join us for our (em)Power Luncheon to hear Terry’s powerful message during Sexual Assault Awareness Month!