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Senior Chef - Cooking classes for older adults
This FREE 8-week cooking course is for adults over 65 (or nearing 65 with age-related diseases) who are
living alone or with one other person.
If you know someone who needs help with skill, motivation or confidence to cook for one or two people
please refer them via the website: www.seniorchef.co.nz Just click on the enrol tab at the top, go to
‘Canterbury’ and fill out the quick form.
Term 2 courses start in the first week of May in Kaikoura, Kaiapoi, Avonhead, St Albans, Linwood,
Cashmere, Rolleston and Ashburton.
THANK YOU, for helping to keep older Cantabrians well and in their own homes for longer!
Project Dietitian, Senior Chef Co-ordinator
Healthy Eating Healthy Ageing
03 337 7781
The Canterbury Men's Centre has created a paper based on on line resource listing fun projects that may interest older (and some younger) men. There is an online map that goes with it as well so that men know what is in there area. More info at this link: http://canmen.org.nz/support-for-men/ffm/ .
Your life, your health; what matters to you?
Begin planning you healthcare today. Start with a conversation that counts and complete an advance care plan.
Facilitated by Pete Roe and Trish Knight
Two hour workshop designed to raise awareness of mental health issues facing men.
Including personal accounts from two men who successfully manage their mental health.
Christchurch Campus, Great Escape Lounge - Thursday 21 April, 9.00am - 11.00am
Rangiora Hospital (old building) 161 Ashley Street, Parent Education Room - Thursday 21 April, 1.00pm - 3.00pm
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0272184924.