Anyone living with a chronic disease is invited to participate in “Healthier Living,” a self-management program offered by NorthBay Healthcare, Solano Public Health and the Area Agency on Aging that kicks off Oct. 1.
The classes are free, but space is limited.
Healthier Living is an award-winning program developed by Stanford University to help people better manage chronic health conditions, to live a happier, healthier life.
Anyone with ongoing health conditions, as well as family members and care takers of someone with a chronic health condition, is encouraged to attend.
The six-week program will be 4 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Oct. 1 through Nov. 5 at the Hilborn Center for Primary Care, 2458 Hilboard Road, Fairfield.
If you have questions, call (707) 646-5469.
As one of the few remaining not-for-profit healthcare systems in Northern California, NorthBay Healthcare has a long tradition as the premier health care provider in Upper Solano County. NorthBay operates hospitals in Fairfield and Vacaville, as well as a 55 physician multispecialty group. Of particular interest to the business community, NorthBay offers a provider owned HMO, Western Health Advantage (WHA) and an occupational medicine program. Staffed by physicians with specialized training in occupational medicine, NorthBay Occupational Health works closely with employers to promote a healthy workforce and reduce costs associated with on-the-job injuries.