Roseville Senior Program Offers Online Health Information Class
Class topics include how to identify reliable health websites.
Editor's note: The Roseville District 623 public relations office submitted the following news announcement:
Learn how to use the Internet to search for and find accurate and reliable health information for yourself or a family member.
The class will explore topics such as how to identify reliable health websites, privacy and security issues related to health information online, benefits of a personal health record, and use of health related websites designed specifically for older adults and family members.
There will be group instruction, time for hands-on practice, and one-to-one help from the instructor.
Attend with a family member/friend or on your own. The instructor is Robin Austin, MSN, RN-BC.
There is still one available class option, that being Thursdays, Jan 24, 31, Feb 7 & 14 from 3:30-5:00 pm. Classes will meet at the Fairview Community Center, 1910 County Road B West, Roseville.
The cost is $19 per person and is limited to 15 people. Registration closes Jan. 22 (Tuesday) two days prior to the start date of the class.
Register at the Roseville Area Senior Program office, in the Fairview Community Center or online at http://roseville.thatscommunityed.com.