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The lessons and successes of the Faith Community Nursing initiative are covered in this new Florida Hospital report.
Central Florida’s booming 50+ population—about one-thir […]
WPHF has invested more than $15 million in a collection of school-based health and wellness services since 1997, including mental health counselors, nurses, nurse practitioners and Healthy School Teams.
A wide range of activities, including brain health games and an art show, will highlight the local celebration of Active Aging Week, September 21-27. Learn more about the events, all designed to share the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and ways to be active.
Early results, presented at the Florida Council on Aging Annual Conference, also show the most food insecure are in the 60-64 and 65-69 age groups.
The third annual workshop will focus on how to encourage more children to walk and bike to school and make sure it’s done safely.
At least four mornings a week, Lisa Portelli, Winter Park Health Foundation Program Director, leaves her car behind and bikes to the office and meetings.
Running events for Eatonville youth and others in Central Florida are set for October and November, thanks to a Winter Park Health Foundation grant.