On June 7 and June 14, the CELEBRATE Adult Health and Wellness Fair will be held in the conference center for the School of Nursing and Center for Science. Admission is free and open to the public. With several programs already aimed at educating youth on developing good habits for health and safety, Amy Burtram, a nursing instructor at Wallace State, said they wanted to create a program for the area’s mature adults. “We started looking at the National Patient Safety Goals, and Healthy People 2020, and also, about that time, Cullman Regional published their community health needs assessments, and they’re very congruent with the different areas that the community needs to work on, as well as what Healthy People 2020 looked at,” Burtram said. “We thought if we did a health fair-style event, we could really hit those needs and supply some education to mature adults and encourage them to live healthier and safer, by targeting these key areas.” The CELEBRATE Adult Health and Wellness Fair will focus the nine areas – one for each letter of the word celebrate. Different stations will be set up to allow attendees the opportunity to pick and choose which they would like to visit. Current Medication Evaluation – Meds Matter Attendees are encouraged nurse lecturer jobs to bring a list of all medications they are taking, including prescribed, over-the-counter, and even supplements, so they can be evaluated to see if there are any potential interactions. Safety and compliance will be evaluated as well, to make sure medications are being taken at the right time of day. “We want to encourage safe exercise at home,” Burtram said. “So, we will be demonstrating easy exercises that you can do standing at your sink. You don’t have to have expensive free weights, you can use water bottles.” “We know that driving is an issue as we age, so we will be doing some vision screening and safe-driving tips,” Burtram said.
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