Healthy Eating is for older adults who want to learn more about nutrition and physical activity for improved health. This six week program focuses on heart and bone healthy nutrition strategies to help maintain or improve participants' wellness and independence and prevent chronic disease development or progression. The main components include:
  • Self assessment and management of dietary patterns by each participant

  • Goal setting

  • Problem solving

  • Group support, and other behavior change strategies;

  • Education, relying on both group interaction and the expertise of a registered dietician/nutritionist, when needed.

Additional Information

Jennifer Raymond
Hebrew Senior Life
Phone: 617-363-8319
TTY: 617-363-8000
Email: JenniferRaymond@hrca.harvard.edu


This information is provided by the Healthy Aging and Disability Unit within the Department of Public Health.

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