DCMC running chronic conditions workshop

The Door County Medical Center and the Aging and Disability Resource Center are tackling chronic symptoms; think heart disease, diabetes, and depression, in a six-week workshop. The classes do build on each other so it is suggested that you attend as many as possible even if you can't be there for all six.  The class is offered only twice a year. This is the final one for 2019. DCMC Outreach Coordinator Christy Wisniewski :: WIS-neh-ski :: says the class is a learning experience, and an empathetic one.


The first class is Monday, September 23rd with the aim to stop the symptom cycle so that those in attendance can still live life to the fullest. The workshops are free and will take place at the ADRC in Sturgeon Bay.


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