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  1. Ohio Health, Delay the Disease© Classes

    December 3, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Country Meadows of South Hills

    Created by Ohio Health, Delay the Disease© is a life-changing fitness, mobility and wellness program expressly designed for individuals with Parkinson’s disease or related symptoms to optimize function and restore independence. While it is designed for persons with Parkinson’s, the program offers benefits for everyone. Modifications are offered for all ability levels so everyone can participate. Delay the Disease is a very inclusive program that shares exercises for focal development, gait, brain work, dexterity, fine motor, flexibility, strength training and more. A national program, participants have experienced improved mobility, posture, balance, handwriting, speech volume and a reduction in daily functional challenges. The twice-weekly classes are all about fun and joy. For details, contact Joyce Gross.

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  1. Seniors for Safe Driving (Age 55 +)

    December 3, 2019, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ South Fayette Senior Center

    This class allows you to receive a 5% discount on your auto insurance premium for 3 years! Are You A Safe Driver? Studies have shown that most experienced drivers never received safe-driving instruction; they got in a car and started to drive. Other drivers knew quite a bit about safe driving at one time, but have since forgotten. Still others have not kept up with the changes in highways, automobiles, traffic signs or the "rules of the road." When it comes to actual driving, however, some studies show experienced drivers have fewer collisions than new drivers. Longtime drivers generally can handle a car better than new drivers, steering clear of trouble or getting out of a tight situation with confidence. Register online at www.seniorsforsafedriving.com or call 1-800-559-4880.

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