Wellness Programs

Our Wellness Programs can help you find information and give access to ways our residents can live healthier lives.

Find dates and times for our upcoming wellness programs and support groups in our Calendar listings to the right or in our current newsletter.

A special thank you to all of our volunteers and sponsors who help make these programs possible.

Current Wellness Programs

They include but are not limited to:
  • Health and housing fairs
  • Health programs
  • Health screenings such as blood pressure, blood sugar, osteoporosis, and cholesterol
  • Annual flu immunizations
  • Exercise classes
  • Yoga
  • Arthritis Foundation Exercise/Tai Chi programs

Support Groups

Support groups meeting regularly at Westlake Center include:
  • Aging Alone
  • Brain Health
  • Grief Support
  • Managing and Preventing Diabetes
  • Stroke / Parkinson's Support 

Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop

This 6-week workshop, also known as Take Charge of Your Health, developed at Stanford University Patient Research Center, guides people living with chronic conditions, including how to deal with the impact that these diseases may have on their lives and emotions.

A 5-year research project found that people who took the program when compared with those that did not improved their healthful behaviors, improved their health status, and decreased their days in the hospital.

Chronic Pain Self-Management Workshop

Living with chronic pain can be a very difficult problem for many people.  This workshop is designed to give individuals some self-management tools, including:

  • How individuals can take on everyday tasks to greatly improve their lives
  • Techniques to deal with frustration, fatigue, isolation and poor sleep
  • Exercises appropriate for maintaining strength, flexibility and endurance.

The Healthy You For Diabetes Workshop

This workshop, developed by Stanford University, will assist people with diabetes, prediabetes or those caring for someone with diabetes. 

Each week helpful information will be shared along with tips and ideas to help in the self-management of this disease.  A book and CD are provided to each participant.