Waterville facility focuses on falls PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 18 July 2014 09:27
WATERVILLE - "Help, I've Fallen" is the theme of a community education event on falls and what can warrant a trip to the emergency room on Aug. 21.
It will be presented by Kristopher Brickman, MD, FACEP. Brickman serves as the medical director of Heartland of Waterville; the chief of staff and chairman of the emergency department at University of Toledo Medical Center.
It will be held at Heartland of Waterville, 8885 Browning Drive, Waterville at 12:30 p.m. The program is part of the "Lunch and Learn" series at the facility. The target audience are those who are prone to falls, as well as their caregivers, spouses and other loved ones.
While the lunch and program are free, registration is strongly suggested. Those interested can register by calling 419-878-8523 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Falls are a common reason why people go to the emergency room. The public is invited to learn more about why falls happen and what to do about them.
Brickman will discuss falling injuries and what warrants a trip to the ER. He is experienced in falls-related trauma and their underlying causes.
Lunch forum, music program and Pinterest featured PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 11 July 2014 08:20
A variety of events are upcoming through Otterbein Portage Valley Retirement Community, 20311 Pemberville Road in eastern Wood County
Upcoming events scheduled, include, in order of date:

Lunch and Learn
The Pemberville location will be hosting a "Lunch and Learn: The Top Ten Mistakes Seniors Make When Selling a Home." The July 17 program will include a complimentary lunch and program with Darcey McKinley, realtor with Key Realty, as the featured speaker.
Cygnet graduates gather PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 11 July 2014 08:16
As the Village of Cygnet readies for the celebration of its 125th anniversary this year, graduates of Cygnet High School again gathered.
The biennial Cygnet High School alumni banquet was held May 31 at the Bowling Green Country Club with 75 classmates and guests attending.
The event included a social hour and buffet meal as Leroy "Cot" Marquette, 1949, gave the blessing.
Betty Johnson Jones opened the banquet with a toast to her class of 1944 which is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. Proudly 11 classmates survive from the original class of 20. Margaret Mathias Wickard noted her class of 1954 is celebrating their 60th.
Home safety checks help seniors PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 11 July 2014 08:18
The Home Instead Senior Care office serving Lima, Findlay, Bowling Green, Fremont and Celina is offering a free home safety checklist and other helpful tools for area seniors and their families.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 20 million seniors ages 65 and older visit the emergency room each year with almost a third of the visits related to injuries, many of which are sustained in the home. However, almost half of all home accidents by seniors (48 percent) can be avoided according to a recent survey of emergency room doctors, conducted by the Home Instead Senior Care network
"The home should be the safest and most comfortable place for aging seniors," says Bill M. Mullenhour, owner of the Home Instead Senior Care office serving Lima, Findlay, Bowling Green, Fremont and Celina. "It is critical for families and seniors to invest the time in identifying the necessary home safety modifications to ensure it stays that way."
Meals on Wheels receives grant PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 11 July 2014 08:16
The Wood County Committee on Aging, Inc. has been awarded a grant in the amount of $1,000 from the Meals on Wheels Association of America's (MOWAA) March for Meals campaign, in partnership with Subaru of America, Inc.
March for Meals is an annual national campaign during the month of March, initiated by MOWAA, which seeks to raise awareness of senior hunger and to encourage action on the part of the local community.
This year, more than 30 elected officials, including regional and state representatives, mayors, judges, township officials and other community champions took part in WCCOA's March for Meals campaign.
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