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SENIORS Alzheimer’s Association – Virtual Brain Bus – Tuesdays & Thursdays – 10am, 1pm, 7pm.Programs are led by trained dementia experts and will address the benefits of early detection, early diagnosis, brain health, risk reduction, how to receive an accurate diagnosis and the latest advancements in Alzheimer's research. http://www.Alz.org/crf or call 800.272.3900 Alzheimer’s Association – Virtual Caregiver College – Mondays & Wednesdays – 10am, 1pm, 7pm. Series of interactive, no-cost educational classes to help you build your caregiver toolkit.  Topics

Healthy St. Pete is excited to expand its Healthy Kids program by bringing content and activities to community-based camps and families at home this summer.  Each week, camp organizers and parents can log on to the Healthy St. Pete website and social media to learn about the theme and download materials.  The themes will feature social emotional topics such as friendship, bravery, and confidence.  Lesson plans will include journaling prompts, physical activities, art and science projects, as well as simple

By: Mallory Carteaux, M.S., is an exercise physiologist with Fit4Allkids, a healthy lifestyle program of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Reading and watching negative events in the news can lead to stress and anxiety for adults and kids alike. Fortunately, by working to become more mindful, you can learn to recognize how you are feeling and approach these situations with a positive outlook. These mindfulness strategies for your entire family take only a few minutes to practice and can have a