People 55 and Older may also Attend classes addressing Alzheimer’s Disease, Wills and Probate, Cooking, Living well with Diabetes, Brain Health and Memory, Gardening, and More at Thomas A. Glazier Senior Education Center
Why take computer classes at Glazier? Computer labs are small; 8 students per instructor, individual attention, teaching assistants, 4-week class (2 days a week for 4 weeks), and curriculum provided and taught by patient staff or senior volunteers. This program was designed for seniors and is taught in a fun/relaxing environment in order to take the fear out of learning the computer. Glazier is always looking for patient computer instructors to teach senior citizens.
Each class runs two days a week for four weeks. Seniors can also register for a variety of other free classes, focusing on boot camp, classic cinema, Excel spreadsheets, Alzheimer’s disease, health fairs and screenings, wills and probate, cooking, shopping online, living well with diabetes, brain health and memory, gardening, investment and security fraud, dental health, and more.
The facility is equipped with “senior friendly” furniture, fixtures and high-tech computers and audio-visual gear.
It has an auditorium and featuresan astronomy and science room.
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