We are delighted to offer our Free Positive Ageing and Wellbeing sessions,
delivered over Zoom, for people aged 50+ living in Stoke-on-trent.
 
Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, Healthy Generations is a Beth Johnson Foundation project that helps people to use digital technology to improve their wellbeing,  giving them more ways to find information, make new friends and try new things!
Our FREE sessions are held over Zoom, so you can get advice and support to keep a healthy body and mind from the comfort and safety of your own home. It doesn't matter if you don't know much about using a computer, tablet or smart phone, our Volunteers will be there to support you to find new ways of getting more health information.
We do not want to tell you how to improve your health, you know yourself best - the information and support you think would keep you healthy is what matters to us. We will help you to use digital technology, apps and the internet to get advice and support to enjoy a great quality of life. 
Our rolling programme of sessions are based around five themes; Digital Skills and Social media, Art and Wellbeing, Emotional Wellbeing, Physical Wellbeing and Diet and Nutrition.
Each theme will consist of 2 to 3 sessions, dependent upon the needs and skills of the participants, and will be held weekly with optional support between sessions if required.
Topics covered will include; staying safe online and using different technologies such as the Amazon Echo, using digital drawing and photo collage apps, relaxation apps, exercising at home with You Tube videos and the Good Food Guide online.
Places are limited so book early!
 To find out more and book your place please contact Jane Snape on:   
Tel:  07930 321841
Email: jane.snape@bjf.org.uk

 
 

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