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Vital Aging Workshop Draws Crowd on a Rainy Day

vital aging 3Daryl Moss demonstrating a healthy recipeRain showers didn’t stop the steady stream of attendees filing into the Girl Scout House Wednesday, April 25th morning to hear presenters from the Women’s Enterprise Development Center’s (WEDC)’s Senior Providers’ Network. Also on hand showing their support for the Vital Aging Program were dignitaries Mayor Dan Hochvert and Trustee Lena Crandall.

The four presenters spoke on various aspects of wellness. Physical therapist Molly Roffman of StepWISEnow, Holistic Health Coach Daryl Moss of Mission to Wellness, Anna Diehl of Awaken Seniors, and Nancy Kessler of Memoirs Plus offered a captive audience their expertise on balance fitness, holistic nutrition, sensory activities and memoir creation and recording.

The free Vital Aging workshop was made possible through Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service’s Aging in Place Initiative. Vital Aging workshops are offered periodically throughout the year, in collaboration with Scarsdale Recreation’s Seniors Program, for the benefit of the older adult community. For more information please contact Maryellen Saenger, LMHC, 914-723-3281 or msaenger@sfcsinc.orgAnna DiehlAnna Diehl on Stimulating Sensory Activitiesvital aging 4Pictured Left to Right: Tatiana Nitis (SFCS), Anna Diehl, Molly Roffman, Daryl Moss, Nancy Kessler, and Maryellen Saenger (SFCS)Vital Aging 1Nancy Kessler tips on memoir recordingVital Aging 2Molly Roffman offers balance demonstration

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