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FYI:Cooking up Calm Make Your Mental Health Conversations More Palatable.

In response to the isolation that many older adults experienced during the Covid-19 pandemic. Dr. Gail Low and her Living Well Research Team conceived an innovative and groundbreaking project entitled as Mentally Healthy Living After Social Distancing—A Study of Older Canadians. This project studied the effects of the pandemic on the mental health of older adults. 1,327 Canadians 60 years of age and older were surveyed to learn from them about their mentally healthy living strategies during the pandemic. The learnings are captured in a new electronic booklet called Cooking up Calm. Included in the booklet are actionable tips based on the six most effective mentally healthy living strategies to emerge from the study, information on the benefits of cooking beyond nutrition and easy-to-make recipes for mentally healthy living — plus other sage advice. The study was funded by the RTOERO Foundation. We are please the U of A is parterning with us adn will be covering the $3 FYI cost to a max of 20 people.

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Dr Gail Low

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Class Info

DateMarch 5
Time1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Availability20 Spots Available
LocationEdmonton Room

This class will occur 1 time
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