The Schmieding Center offers a wide variety of programs for older adults and their families, including the following:
- Aging Successfully: Programs that present information on what older adults should know to lead healthy and functional lives.
- Aging and Memory: Programs that present information about medical conditions related to dementia, the treatment of this condition and issues related to caring for a person with a dementing disease.
- Lunch & Learn: Programs that present information on health issues affecting adults as they grow older including topics such as heart disease, diabetes, and nutrition. Lunch is provided free of charge by the Northwest Senior Circle program.
- Driver Safety Classes: AARP curriculum used to teach elder adults about driving safety.
- Special Programs: Programs that present the content in a unique way, are offered on a regular basis. Many of these programs are co-sponsored with other organizations.
The Schmieding Center also provides community education for businesses, churches, civic clubs and other organization. Please contact us to find out more information on the topics available for presentation.
Check the calendar for upcoming community education programs.