Champions for Health (CFH), a local health nonprofit, is offering virtual health and wellness classes in English and Spanish starting June 3. The classes cover various topics, including a COVID-19 update, healthy cooking, women’s health, childhood health, chair yoga, and diabetes.
“Even as some restrictions are beginning to ease, adults — especially those with chronic conditions — may still choose to avoid places with groups of people. Online programs can help people stay physically and mentally active during the COVID-19 pandemic," said Adama Dyoniziak, executive director of Champions for Health. “By offering the programs online, we can help this often-underserved population stay healthy.”
The virtual community health and wellness program is a free program to help community residents better understand their health. Classes are delivered by volunteer medical professionals, including doctors and nurses, who are subject matter experts.
All classes are from 4 to 5 p.m. The class topics and schedule for English and Spanish classes are as follows:
COVID-19 Update — June 3, English; June 10, Spanish
Cooking Class — July 8, English; July 15, Spanish
Growing Up Healthy (childhood health class) — Aug. 5, English; Aug. 12, Spanish
Chair Yoga — Sept. 9, English; Sept. 16, Spanish
Women's Health — Oct. 7, English; Oct. 14, Spanish
Diabetes — Nov. 4, English; Nov. 11, Spanish
For more information, including detailed descriptions of the class content in English and Spanish and the links to register for each class, go to: https://championsforhealth.org/virtual-health-education-classes/
CFH virtual health classes are supported by United Healthcare.