Increasing Strength for Older Adults
April 29 | 10:30 am
Maintaining muscle mass is an essential part of supporting strength and power, reducing risk of falls and bone fractures, and supporting a healthy weight, but muscle loss is common as we age. Join WMEC’s registered dietitian for this presentation which will address causes of muscle loss and the specifics of how to make and maintain muscles through eating and exercise. Materials will be provided by the Mass. Executive Office of Elder Affairs.
Class Led By
Katie Defoe-Raymond, MS, RD, LDN
WestMass ElderCare Nutritionist
Katie is a registered and licensed dietitian with a M.S. in Human Nutrition. She has experience working as a dietitian in the hospital including on the geriatric psych unit, teaching nutrition-related workshops as previous Nutrition Coordinator of The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts, and providing one-on-one nutrition education as a private practice dietitian and as past nutrition consultant for WestMass ElderCare.
Google Meet (video or by phone)
Thursday, April 29, 2021
Have any additional questions? Reach out to Katie Defoe-Raymond
413.538.9020 ext. 336