SAGE will host a free CPR and Preparing for Emergencies program presented by the Summit YMCA on October 5, 1 – 2:30 pm.
Led by Sue Fieseler, Director of Community Wellness at the Summit YMCA, the program will highlight how to be ready for emergencies such as hurricanes, what to do if the power goes out, what to stock in your first aid kit, as well as teach simple first aid, identifying strokes, and hands-only CPR, especially geared for seniors.
According to the American Heart Association, adults older than 50 are 50 percent less likely to have CPR training than younger adults, although all can benefit from knowing the lifesaving method.
“Being prepared for disasters and emergencies is extremely important and a universal need. SAGE is happy to partner with the Summit YMCA to offer these important topics,” said Angela Sullivan, SAGE Executive Director.
To register for the program, please call: 908.598.5548 or email: email@example.com.
Since 1954, SAGE Eldercare has been helping make the communities it serves amazing places to age. The non-profit organization provides a wide array of information, support, and services designed to help individuals lead the most independent and active lives possible. From helping with errands and delivering Meals on Wheels, to exercise classes, community programs and support groups, Medicare counseling, care planning, an adult day health care center, and home health care, as well as the SAGE Resale Shop and Furniture Restoration Workshop, SAGE’s expertise helps older adults remain independent in their own homes. SAGE is committed to being the leading provider of programs and services to meet the changing needs of older adults, their families, and caregivers in Union, Essex, Morris, and Somerset Counties. For more information, please call 908.273.5550 or visit www.sageeldercare.org.
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Photo Caption: Sue Fieseler, Director of Community Wellness at the Summit YMCA, will offer a free CPR and Preparing for Emergencies program at SAGE Eldercare, 290 Broad Street, Summit, 1-2:30 pm on October 5.