• Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2024
  • Time:
    1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Branch: Sooke
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Program description: We could call this talk “Heal Well to Age Well,” a subset of eating well. From wound care to bug repellant to managing sprains and strains, learn safe and effective ways to treat common non-emergency first aid conditions using vitamins, minerals, herbs, food, essential oils, and  homeopathics. A few recipes will be included.

Program Leader: Jo Phillips RNCP.

Jo has been a Registered Nutritional Consultant for 26 years and is a retired community health nurse.  She has given nutrition consults and workshops on nutrition for places as varied as Camosun College Continuing Education, Alcohol and Drug Services day program, and CUPE SD #62 Wellness Days. She continues to upgrade her nutrition knowledge via conferences and education and enjoys sharing her understanding about being and feeling healthy as we age.

Number of sessions: 1

Dates and time of session: Thursday, March 14 from 1:30pm – 3:00pm.

Program Location: Sooke Library Multipurpose Room (in-person only).

To register, please make your request to Sooke Region Lifelong Learning by email: sookeregionlifelonglearning@gmail.com 

Sooke Region Lifelong Learning is a volunteer organization offering educational programs and workshops for older adults in the Sooke region. Based on the Elder College model, we provide stimulating and enjoyable learning environments which address the unique and diverse interests of participants.