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Medford Leas Hosts “Toolkit For Living an Engaged Life” Workshop

Medford Leas Hosts “Toolkit For Living an Engaged Life” Workshop


If you’ve ever felt like something is missing from your life — be it a social, physical, or mental piece of the puzzle — Medford Leas can help. The organization is will host the event, “Toolkit for Living an Engaged Life” on Wednesday, Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Cranberry Hall at the Medford Senior Center located at 17 N. Main Street to help community members explore how older adults can live a well-rounded, involved and active lives.

The workshop will encourage participants to take proactive measures to remain engaged and vital, and will include specific suggestions of activities that are meant to inspire and stimulate.

“This concept can make a world of difference in your health, attitude, and quality of life,” Dr. Andie Iannuzzelli, DO, FACOI, medical director of Medford Leas and who will lead the program, said.

To secure your spot at the workshop, register by Sept. 16 by calling (609) 654–3588. Iannuzzelli is board certified in internal medicine and nephrology and has worked in the fields of nephrology and holistic medicine for over 16 years. She takes a “patient partnership” approach in coordinating residents’ care at Medford Leas. This workshop is being offered at no cost.

Medford Leas is a nationally accredited, not-for-profit community guided by Quaker principles for those aged 55 and older, with campuses in Medford and Lumberton, New Jersey. For more information, call (609) 654–3000 or visit www.medfordleas.org.

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