The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Southwest Wisconsin will be hosting a monthly virtual presentation/discussion tackling topics to help learn how to work on many tasks that include legal issues, financial issues, health issues, mental health issues and emotional issues; sometimes all of those at once.
Living with a disability, living in an aging body, living with mental health struggles: all require Tough Talks. Tough Talks are not easy, but they are necessary.
Roger Reynolds grew up on a farm in Crawford County, WI and has lived in Southwestern Wisconsin most of his life. Roger lives with Civilian PTSD, depression and anxiety. He is a Mental Health Peer Leader and has participated in, designed and led peer-led Mental Health support groups and skills groups.
Our first in the series will be on Tuesday, May 17th at 11:00 AM via ZOOM. To register you can call 608-328-9610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Session 2 TOPIC: Getting Old is not for the Faint of Heart
This Mae West quote says a lot. High blood pressure, high blood sugar, knee pain, back pain, stiff aching fingers, sensitive stomach and so many more. Join us as we discuss the struggles of aging and how these aches and pains can affect our mood; being mad and sad both make sense. Are these the Golden Years or the Rusty Years?