Health and Wellness Programs

Changing not only the way people age

but the way people think about and engage in their own health and well-being.

ElderSource Institute’s Health and Wellness programs address the most critical health and wellness needs of the older adult population proactively and comprehensively; demonstrating significant positive health outcomes in overlapping areas of health and well-being. Each program is designed to actively engage individuals in their own well-being and health, giving them the proper tools and knowledge to prevent, reduce or manage health related aging issues.

Healthy Eating for Successful Living

The Healthy Eating program is a 6 week nutrition educational and support program. The focus is to encourage participants to understand and implement eating and activity behaviors that support heart and bone health. Program components include self-assessment and management of dietary patterns, goal-setting, problem-solving and group support.

Workshops sessions are 2 hours each for six consecutive weeks.

Stress-Busting Program for Family Caregivers

The Stress-Busting Program for Family Caregivers is an evidence-based program that provides support for family caregivers of persons with chronic disease or illness. It is designed to improve the quality of life of family caregivers who provide care for persons with a chronic disease(s) or illness(es) and help caregivers manage their stress and cope better with their lives. Caregivers learn many new skills including information about the disease process, stress management techniques, and a variety of other content.

Workshops sessions are 1.5 hours each for nine consecutive weeks.

If you are interested in learning more about a program, becoming a trained program leader or bringing Healthy Living workshops to your organization, please contact


This program supported by grant funding from the

Grace H. Osborn Endowment