Minority-Owned Local Non-Profit Is Now Offering A CDC-Recognized Lifestyle Change Program Free Of Charge To Seniors.
Dana Wade, M.D., M.B.A., announced today that his non-profit, Monitor My Health, is now offering its comprehensive lifestyle change program free of charge to seniors. The program, led by a certified lifestyle coach, includes 26 weekly sessions on healthy eating, weight loss, stress management, physical activity, and more. Participants also receive individual counseling with a Registered Dietician, culinary medicine cooking classes, and fitness sessions.
Of his non-profit’s recent growth, Dr. Wade said, “With generous support from the South Central Agency on Aging, we are able to expand the reach of our vital programs. Our programs have been proven to cut the risk for developing type 2 diabetes and heart disease by 71% for participants over the age of 60. There has never been a better time to reduce health risks in our communities.”
Group sessions will be conducted at 4 Meetinghouse Lane, Woodbridge, CT 06525 starting February 22, 2022. Sessions will run every Tuesday from 1 to 2 pm.
This program is free of charge to all participants over the age of 60. Participants can register for the program by signing up online at www.monitormyhealth.org/register or by calling Kate at 475-888-3205.
Monitor My Health, Inc. is a minority-owned non-profit founded in Bridgeport, CT. Since 2016, it has been offering health education and lifestyle change programs to diverse populations throughout the US. Monitor My Health, Inc. is a CDC-recognized Diabetes Prevention Program Provider.