We all aspire to healthy living, but many of us need some help to get there. Katherine Mills, the Program Coordinator for Healthy Living for ME, is the next Lewiston Auburn Senior College Food for Thought speaker. She will explain how this agency provides programs to help adults manage things like chronic health conditions, prevent falls, and foster well-being. If you are coping with high blood pressure, heart disease, COPD, arthritis, diabetes or other chronic conditions, Healthy Living for ME can support your efforts to live life as fully and independently as possible.
Katherine grew up in an aging rural community with health disparities, so she has always been motivated to help others improve their quality of life and provide underserved areas with access to health services. Her love for community involvement stems from experience opening and managing a local business at the age of 16. She has a BA in Public Health with a focus on community health. That training led to a professional career working with the non-profit, Girls Inc. She has also worked in pediatric outpatient care, all of which has helped her uncover a passion for working with vulnerable populations.
Join us Wednesday, May 18 at 10:00 a.m. for a free and fascinating Zoom presentation about an agency much needed in this community and a hard-working woman, Katherine Mills, who helps to keep it going.
To attend contact: firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on May 17. Mention which program you wish to enjoy!