Join us for a panel discussion on how family history and certain risk factors can increase your chances of getting cancer at an earlier age, alarm signs and symptoms to look out for and how to be properly screened. Speakers: Dr. Thomas Weber, Surgical Oncologist, Dr. Peter Stein, Gastroenterologist, Tawanna St Lewis, Date: Wednesday, February […]
Mind Games is a fun way for seniors to stimulate various cognitive functions memory, problem-solving, and focus. If you are having trouble remembering things or feel that you are easily confused, come join the fun! 2:00 – 3:30pm Boardroom Call 914-366-3937 to register.
Alzheimer’s disease is life changing for both those who are diagnosed and those close to them. The Alzheimer’s Caregivers Support Group provides a safe place for caregivers, family, and friends of persons with dementia to meet and develop a mutual support system. 10:00am – 12:00pm 755 Building, Room 545 Call 914-366-3937 to register.
The Breakfast Club is a series of breakfast meetings designed especially for seniors. Each program includes a free breakfast, a presentation on a healthy lifestyle topic and a light exercise program to improve strength and balance. It’s also a great opportunity for older adults to socialize with their peers. 8:30 am Board Room/“C” level To […]
Osteoporosis Education and Support Program is for people concerned about bone loss and fractures. Physicians, therapists and dietitians meet to discuss risk factors, causes, proper body mechanics and medication options. The sessions are held from 10:45 am to 11:30 am the second Thursday of the month in the Phelps Boardroom (C Level). Closest parking is […]
Senior Steps is a program offering health screenings. Once a month, seniors can attend one of the following screenings: blood pressure and pulse oximetry, balance, cognition, low vision, voice, swallowing, and hearing or attend a program such as nutrition education and medication reconciliation with a pharmacist. Appointments are required. 10:00 – 11:30am Call 914-366-3937 to […]
Functional Medicine Program is a holistic, patient-centered approach to preventing, treating, and reversing chronic disease by identifying and understanding the root causes of the individual’s symptoms and conditions, including genetic predispositions, environmental contributors, and lifestyle factors. Using this model, Dr. Stephen Thorp, M.D., will provide a monthly lecture on how individuals can manage and treat […]
Join us to honor Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month with a panel discussion on colorectal cancer risk assessment, screening, genetic testing, guideline guidance, alarm symptoms/signs and state-of-the-art treatment right in your neighborhood. Speakers: Dr. Thomas Weber, Surgical Oncologist, Dr. Peter Stein, Gastroenterologist, Tawanna St Lewis, Genetic Counselor Date: Thursday, March 7th, 2019 Time: 6pm-7pm Location: Location: […]
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This educational program for adults with diabetes is held periodically at Phelps. Learn what diabetes is, different medications available, how to prevent and manage complications, blood sugar targets, what foods to eat, how to count carbs and much more. Pre-registration and a physician referral are required. There may be a charge for this class, depending on  insurance […]
This class for expectant parents is to help you prepare for your new baby’s arrival. Topics covered included how to diaper and bathe a baby, equipment needed such as a car seat, crib safety, guidelines for safe sleep, newborn characteristics and appearance, general baby care and more. This class is offered once a month. Classes are held at […]