The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is planning a variety of programs for July.
Annie Deutsch, UW-Extension/Door County agriculture educator, will present “Plant Problems: Why Does My Plant Look Like That?” on July 17, 1 pm, to discuss managing plant diseases, insects and garden pests.
On July 23, 1 pm, Sonja Kuehl from Unity Hospice will present “Compassionate Touch”: a holistic approach that uses skilled touch to reduce pain, anxiety and depression. It will include a demonstration and guidance on how this approach is used in patient care.
The Door Advocates for Hearing Impaired (DAHI) will meet on July 24, 10:30 am, to provide assistance and resources for people of all ages and degrees of hearing loss. A hearing loop system will be provided to ensure full communication access.
The ADRC continues its weekly ballroom dance program to learn or practice the waltz, two-step, rumba and swing dance on Tuesdays, 12:45-3 pm. Classes are free and offered through October.
To register for programs or get more information about the ADRC, located at 916 N. 14th Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, call 920.746.2372.