Greendale Public Health Department

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The Greendale Public Health Department and SAGE (Successful Aging in Greendale for Everyone) workgroup are hosting an Older Adult Health Screening and Resource Fair.

Attendees will have the opportunity to take part in the free health screenings for: blood pressure, balance, vision, memory, diabetes, and more.

Experts from area agencies, businesses, and organizations, who are dedicated to older adult health and wellness will be available to discuss information about a wide range of topics.

Who: Adults ages 50-plus

When: Wednesday, August 7th from 9-11:30AM

Where: St. Alphonsus Church Community Room, 6060 West Loomis Road in Greendale

Free refreshments will be provided, compliments of AARP.

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Welcome to this Milwaukee community health survey. The information collected in this survey will allow community organizations across the county of Milwaukee to better understand the health needs in your community. The knowledge gained will be used to implement programs that will benefit everyone in the community. We can better understand community needs by gathering the voices of community members like you to tell us about the issues that you feel are the most important.

REMINDER: You must be 18 years old or older to complete this survey. We estimate that it will take 10 minutes to complete. Survey results will be available and shared broadly in the community within the next year. The responses that you provide will remain anonymous and not attributed to you personally in any way. Your participation in this survey is completely voluntary. 

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