What’s happening at Saluda Living In Place

Published 3:59 pm Friday, February 9, 2018

Saluda Living in Place (SLIP) will be offering many interesting and exciting programs throughout 2018. Each is aimed at helping seniors stay in their own homes as they age. 

Get off to a healthy start.   Join us on Thursday, Feb. 22 at 11:30 a.m. at the Church of the Transfiguration, Parish Hall, 72 Charles Street in Saluda for a free cooking demonstration and tasting, Creative Bean Bowls.  Mary Jo Wannamaker, Saluda resident and cook extraordinaire is back by popular demand.  She’ll teach us new ways to prepare these delicious, healthy, inexpensive and versatile legumes.  Reservations are a must!  Please call (828) 749-1400 by February 19th to reserve your space.

In March meet Dr. Lisa Broyles, MD, a family medicine physician with a professional interest in Holistic/Integrative Medicine.  Other 2018 programs will include the AARP Safe Driver program, a BBQ, ice cream social, healthy exercise, a trip to a winery and of course, our annual Health and Wellness Fair and more. 

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75% older adults want to remain in their own homes as they age and yet for many there are numerous barriers.  Saluda Living in Place (SLIP) helps to reduce those barriers and help residents to live longer, healthier and more enjoyable lives.  We believe that a strong senior community can be a rewarding place to live, with seniors serving as an asset to each other and the entire community.  Our goal is to change the experience of aging through access to services and health care, opportunities for education and social activities and opportunities for community involvement. 

Saluda Living in Place is a 501 c 3 organization. 

For more information about our services please contact Lynn Cass at 828-749-1975.

– submitted by DiAnne Arbour