Enjoy a day of fun and learning at the annual Living Well Conference provided by the Health & Human Science Educators with Purdue Extension in Area 7. This special day is open to the public and will be on Thursday, Oct. 17, at Millcreek Civic Center in Chesterfield, Indiana (Madison County).
Starting with registration at 8:45 a.m., the Keynote Speakers will be from the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force with the Indiana State Police. They will address Digital Safety & Responsibility. If the children that you know learn technology faster than you can keep up, you need to hear this information. While they learn quickly, they still need our protection against the many dangers lurking online.
Each participant may choose three sessions from the topics being provided by the HHS educators representing the following east-central Indiana counties: Blackford, Jay, Henry, Delaware, Rush, Madison, Wayne, Randolph, Franklin, Union and Fayette. Topics include:
• Finances and Aging Parents
• Defining Diabetes
• Happiness Advantage: The Key to Unlocking Your Happiness
• Lean on Me (responding to depression)
• Meal Planning & Prepping
• Simply Mindful
• The Power of Music for Health
• Caring for the Addicted Adults We Love
Cost for the day is just $12 which includes lunch. Registration forms with payment need to be submitted to Purdue Extension – Jay County, 126 N Meridian Street, Portland, IN, 47371, by Friday, Sept. 20. The form can be obtained from the local Purdue Extension offices of the above counties or by going to www.extension.purdue.edu/rush. Purdue Extension is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action university. If you have special needs, please indicate on the registration or call 260-726-4707 by Sept. 6.
Free registration is available through a “First Timers” Scholarship in each county. These applications can also be found on www.extension.purdue.edu/rush and need to be submitted by Aug. 16.