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Women’s Health Week 6 -10 September

 

Women’s Health Week is a nation-wide campaign of events and online activities –

all centred on improving women’s health and helping women to make healthier choices.

This September, Karidis Retirement Villages has partnered with Diabetes SA to provide the following events for our residents as we encourage our community to make healthy choices.

 

Thursday 9th September

Acacia on Lipsett Community Centre

Presentation by Diabetes SA

“Healthy Eating followed by a Demo

33-45 Lipsett Terrace, Brooklyn Park

10am – 12pm

RSVP to Pia on 0427 355 306 by 2nd September

Monday, 13th September

 

Netley Community Centre

Presentation by Diabetes SA

“Healthy Eating followed by a Demo

3-17 Watson Ave, Netley

10am – 11am

RSVP on Community Notice Board by 8th September

Wednesday, 15th September

 

Avista Community Centre

Presentation by Diabetes SA

“Healthy Eating followed by a Demo

12-16 Durham St, Glenelg

10am – 11am

RSVP on Community Notice Board

by 10th September

 

Good health is powerful!

Revitalise with our Retirement wellness program

Make an appointment for a health check, get active, and connect with family and friends. Good health starts with you!

If a woman is in good health, her family, community and the society around her benefit.

 

 

 

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