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Senior Center News, Feb. 14, 2019

 

February 14, 2020



North Central Senior Citizens Center, Feb. 17-21

Monday — Closed for Presidents’ Day

Tuesday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; bingo at 1:15 p.m.

Wednesday — TOPS at 8 a.m.; Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m; Walmart shopping 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Thursday — Transportation from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Great Falls trip 8 a.m.

Friday — Medical transportation will be available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., but people must make a request at least 24 hours in advance.

Menu by Earlene DeWinter

(Subject to Change)

Monday — Closed for Presidents Day

Tuesday — Roast beef, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, rolls, peach kuchen

Wednesday — Lasagna, bread sticks, salad, brownies

Thursday — Coleslaw, pulled-pork sandwich, corn, oatmeal chocolate chip bars

Friday — Soup, salad bar, chef’s choice, dessert, milk

Medicare Open Enrollment has come to an end. However, if people are having problems with prescriptions they can call Marci and see if she can help. For those on Medicaid and Big Sky she can still make changes. For an appointment, call Marci at 265-5464.

AARP FOUNDATION TAX-AIDE: Help is free, individualized and no strings attached. They offer free tax help to low-to-moderate income tax–payers, especially those 60 and older. Call at the Senior Center at 265-5464 to make an appointment.

Disrupted Speech: Why Do We Stutter? Stuttering affects 3 Million Americans and makes speaking smoothly difficult. Scientists are learning about what causes people to stutter and genes tell a big part of the story. Stuttering will affect 1 in 20 children. Most will outgrow the disorder on their own or with help from a professional speech therapist. About 25 percent of children who stutter will continue into adulthood. About 1 percent of adult’s stutter and it’s more common in men than women. Those who stutter know exactly what they want to say but are unable to say it at the rate they would like to say it. For those who stutter, communicating with others can be difficult. It can cause anxiety and this in turn can lead some to avoid talking at all. This can affect relationships, self-esteem and quality of life. Many people who stutter will be able to speak without stuttering when in a low stress environment. Researchers are still working to fully understand what causes stuttering. They do know that it often runs in a family’s genes. While stuttering can be an obstacle, there are many resources to help overcome it.

 

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