- All in person health education classes are suspended until the threat of the COVID-19 virus has subsided in Central Oregon. Check back for updates.
Nutrition is a key component to staying well. Many aspects of aging can significantly impact our ability to eat and drink well.
- Limited mobility
- Fixed income
- Medical conditions
- Chewing and swallowing problems
- Poor vision
- Memory loss
Council on Aging offers quarterly group nutrition education classes at all of our congregate meal sites throughout Central Oregon. Nutrition education classes promote better health and well-being by providing accurate nutrition, physical fitness, or health information. Programs are presented by a registered dietitian and include a number of topics, including but not limited to:
- Food safety and preparation
- Adaptive dining needs
- Menu planning and food budgeting
Call today to learn about our nutrition education classes (541) 678-5483.
Here are some of the materials covered in previous nutrition classes that you can download to view or print. We will continue to add new material these as classes occur.