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Programs

Program InquiryOne Call for Wellness is built upon the 21st Century Wellness Center concepts: programming relevant to varied needs and interests; options that enable community providers to make program selections that are a good fit with their communities and the mission and vision of their centers; a focus on outcomes; use of evidence-based models; broad partnerships; and the six dimensions of wellness: emotional, spiritual, intellectual, social, physical, and occupational.

Programs are offered throughout Cuyahoga County (OH) unless otherwise noted.

financial wellness programs

Senior Financial Education Workshops (up to 6 topics available)
Programs offered by ESOP l Toolkit

Savvy Saving Senior ® (up to 3 topics available)
May only be offered within City of Cleveland
Programs provided by the City of Cleveland Department of Aging using toolkits developed by the National Council on Aging to help older adults on the path to economic security by providing education in basic money management.

nutrition education programs

Community Nutrition Education (6-session package)
Offered by the Greater Cleveland Food Bank l Toolkit

CATCH Healthy Habits - Adults (up to 10 topics available)
Provided by Fairhill Partners l Toolkits

This program engages adults 50+ with practical tips on healthy eating and active living. Participants also enjoy nutritious snacks that they can make at home and learn how to get moving at their own pace. There are 10 different health topics, to include fiber, sugar, dairy, fat and liquids. Each stand-alone class is one hour in length and led by trained facilitators.

evidence-based health and wellness programs

Chronic Disease Self-Management* (6-session package) l Toolkit

Helps individuals living with long lasting health condition(s) gain confidence in their ability to manage symptoms and understand how their health affects their lives. Workshops meet 2-1/2 hours a week for six weeks and are facilitated by trained leaders, one or both of whom live with a chronic disease.

Chronic Pain Self-Management* (6-session package) l Toolkit

Helps individuals living with back pain, nerve pain, fibromyalgia and other types of chronic pain to improve their confidence in managing their symptoms and daily activities. Based on the same structure as the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program, workshops meet 2-1/2 hours a week for six weeks and are facilitated by trained leaders, one or both of whom live with chronic pain.

Diabetes Self-Management* (6-session package) l Toolkit

Helps individuals living with diabetes. Based on the same successful structure as the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program, workshops meet 2-1/2 hours a week for six weeks. Workshops are facilitated by a pair of trained leaders with personal experience dealing with diabetes and diabetes-related conditions.

A Matter of Balance** (8-session package) l Toolkit

This award-winning program is designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels among older adults. Participants meet in small interactive workshops 2 hours a week for eight weeks (or 2 hours twice per week for four weeks).

* Self-Management programs provided by Fairhill Partners; developed and licensed by Stanford University.

** A Matter of Balance provided by Fairhill Partners; licensed by MaineHealth.

other programs

Aging Mastery Program (AMP) (10-session package) l Toolkit
Provided by Rose Centers for Aging Well and the City of Cleveland Department of Aging

The 10-week program, developed by the National Council on Aging, encourages mastery - developing behaviors across many dimensions that will lead to improved health, stronger financial security, and overall well-being.

Safe at Home Connections l Toolkit
May only be offered within City of Cleveland
Provided by the City of Cleveland Department of Aging

Helps City of Cleveland seniors and adults with disabilities get connected to resources so that they may remain safely in their homes. Topics include chore services, home repair, tips for fire and fall prevention, benefits assistance, homelessness prevention, options counseling and more!




This initiative funded in part through a Senior Center Innovation Grant awarded by the Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services through the Health & Human Services Levy