Wayne State University

The Healthier Black Elders Center's (HBEC) Consumer Health Learning Series

HBEC Consumer Health Learning Series

The Healthier Black Elders Center's (HBEC) Consumer Health Learning Series are FREE (with free refreshments) hosted by WSU’s Institute of Gerontology and U-M's Institute for Social Research. It is an opportunity for older adults and caregivers to attend presentations on a variety of relevant topics! The learning series include three presentations by experts on various issues and health topics, a question-and-answer segment and a brief overview of the HBEC and its resources.

10:00am - 11:30am
Feb 14, 2008 - Stapleton Center, 9341 Agnes, 48214
Mar 13, 2008 -  Friendship Meadows, 3930 Rivard, 48207

1:00pm - 2:30pm
Apr 22, 2008 -  Northwest Activities Center, 18100 Meyers Rd., 48235

Dates and times are subject to change.

These series are free and open to the public. For more information please visit:

HBEC Learning Series - http://www.mcuaaar.iog.wayne.edu/_pdfs_or_images_/2008.pdf

HBEC other events - http://www.mcuaaar.iog.wayne.edu/events.php

To contact HBEC Community Outreach Specialist,
please call Karen Daniels Tucker at 313.871.0735
or email kldaniels@wayne.edu.



Sponsored by University of Michigan and Wayne State University's

Center for Urban African American Aging Research:
A National Institute of Aging Grant Program