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Northwest Hospital Events Calendar

March 2015

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Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
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Yoga For People With Parkinsonís
Taught by a certified yoga instructor, this yoga class has been adapted to help people with Parkinsonís disease to maintain strength, flexibility and balance.

The class focuses on body awareness, with many of the traditional poses performed seated in a chair or lying on a mat.

9:30-11:00 a.m., Medical Arts Building, Room 112

Cost: $5 per class
Occurs every Monday.
Contact Phone: 206.719.8007


3

Gentle Yoga
Tuesdays, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Learn easy stretches, postures, guided meditation and breathing exercises. Please bring your own mat. Facilitated by Christy Fisher, Certified Yoga Instructor.
Occurs every Tuesday.
Contact Phone: (800) 255-5505 or (206) 297-2500


4

ďChemobrainĒ ó What it is and How to Live With It
6Ė7 p.m.

Cancer Lifeline offers free programs and support groups for cancer patients and survivors, as well as their friends and family, at Northwest Hospital in the Medical Arts Building, Room 112.
Contact Phone: 206.297.2500


Living With Cancer Networking Group
6-8 p.m.

For patients and survivors with all types of cancer, their family and friends. This group provides support to help participants express emotions and thoughts that come up during the cancer experience. The facilitator is Basha Brownstein, MSW. No registration necessary.
Occurs on the first Wednesday of every month.
Contact Phone: (800) 255-5505 or (206) 297-2500


5

Lebed Method: Healthy Steps
Mondays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Gentle, fun, easy stretches, strengthening and light aerobics, especially for anyone with, or at risk for, lymphedema.
Occurs every Thursday.
Contact Phone: (206) 297-2500


Let the Games Begin!
A conversational support group that provides people with acquired brain injury the opportunity to participate in group card and board games in a supportive, encouraging environment. This group is facilitated by a licensed speech language pathologist who provides suggestions and encouragement, helping people build confidence while having fun.

11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Occurs every Thursday.
Contact Phone: (206) 368-1848


Breastfeeding Support Group
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Easy Street Pavilion

This drop-in group provides an opportunity for nursing mothers to ask questions about breastfeeding and to benefit from positive peer support from other breastfeeding mothers. Pre- and post-feeding weights are offered.

The group leader is a Certified Lactation Consultant. $10 suggested donation.
Occurs every Thursday.
Contact Phone: 206-368-1882


6

Yoga For People With Parkinsonís
Taught by a certified yoga instructor, this yoga class has been adapted to help people with Parkinsonís disease to maintain strength, flexibility and balance.

The class focuses on body awareness, with many of the traditional poses performed seated in a chair or lying on a mat.

9:30-11:00 a.m., Medical Arts Building, Room 112

Cost: $5 per class
Occurs every Friday.
Contact Phone: 206.719.8007


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9

Better Breathers Club
Join the club to learn tips and techniques to better manage lung disease.
10:30 a.m., Rehab Patient Dining Room
Occurs on the second Monday of every month.
Contact Phone: (206) 368-1853


Yoga For People With Parkinsonís
Taught by a certified yoga instructor, this yoga class has been adapted to help people with Parkinsonís disease to maintain strength, flexibility and balance.

The class focuses on body awareness, with many of the traditional poses performed seated in a chair or lying on a mat.

9:30-11:00 a.m., Medical Arts Building, Room 112

Cost: $5 per class
Occurs every Monday.
Contact Phone: 206.719.8007


10

Hot Flashes and Related Symptom Management
1Ė2 p.m.

Cancer Lifeline offers free programs and support groups for cancer patients and survivors, as well as their friends and family, at Northwest Hospital in the Medical Arts Building, Room 112.
Contact Phone: 206.297.2500


Diabetes Support Group
Learn about and discuss meal planning, blood glucose monitoring devices, weight loss, treatment for high and low blood sugar, medication management, dietary supplements, diabetes myth busters, monitoring for complications, and whatís new in diabetes research and technology.

1 to 2:30 p.m.
Occurs on the second Tuesday of every month.
Contact Phone: (206) 368-1564


Gentle Yoga
Tuesdays, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Learn easy stretches, postures, guided meditation and breathing exercises. Please bring your own mat. Facilitated by Christy Fisher, Certified Yoga Instructor.
Occurs every ERROR!.
Contact Phone: (800) 255-5505 or (206) 297-2500


Women's Cancer Support Group
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Medical Arts Building, Room 112

This group is open to women with any cancer diagnosis for supportive discussions and shared experiences in a safe and comfortable environment. The Women's Cancer Group is professionally facilitated.
Occurs on the second Tuesday of every month.
Contact: bbrownstein@cancerlifeline.org
Contact Phone: 206-832-1275


11

Lymphedema: What Cancer Patients and Survivors Need to Know
6Ė8 p.m.

Cancer Lifeline offers free programs and support groups for cancer patients and survivors, as well as their friends and family, at Northwest Hospital in the Medical Arts Building, Room 112.



Contact Phone: 206.297.2500


Baby Your Back
Back pain, a frequent problem for pregnant women, has many causes. Baby Your Back is a two-hour class for expectant mothers taught by a licensed physical therapist. A health care provider referral is required.

Cost: $10

To register or for more information, please call the Northwest Physical Therapy Services department at (206) 368-6032.
Occurs on the second Wednesday of every month.
Contact Phone: (206) 368-6032


12

Lebed Method: Healthy Steps
Mondays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Gentle, fun, easy stretches, strengthening and light aerobics, especially for anyone with, or at risk for, lymphedema.
Occurs every Thursday.
Contact Phone: (206) 297-2500


Let the Games Begin!
A conversational support group that provides people with acquired brain injury the opportunity to participate in group card and board games in a supportive, encouraging environment. This group is facilitated by a licensed speech language pathologist who provides suggestions and encouragement, helping people build confidence while having fun.

11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Occurs every Thursday.
Contact Phone: (206) 368-1848


Breastfeeding Support Group
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Easy Street Pavilion

This drop-in group provides an opportunity for nursing mothers to ask questions about breastfeeding and to benefit from positive peer support from other breastfeeding mothers. Pre- and post-feeding weights are offered.

The group leader is a Certified Lactation Consultant. $10 suggested donation.
Occurs every Thursday.
Contact Phone: 206-368-1882


13

Yoga For People With Parkinsonís
Taught by a certified yoga instructor, this yoga class has been adapted to help people with Parkinsonís disease to maintain strength, flexibility and balance.

The class focuses on body awareness, with many of the traditional poses performed seated in a chair or lying on a mat.

9:30-11:00 a.m., Medical Arts Building, Room 112

Cost: $5 per class
Occurs every Friday.
Contact Phone: 206.719.8007


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16

Yoga For People With Parkinsonís
Taught by a certified yoga instructor, this yoga class has been adapted to help people with Parkinsonís disease to maintain strength, flexibility and balance.

The class focuses on body awareness, with many of the traditional poses performed seated in a chair or lying on a mat.

9:30-11:00 a.m., Medical Arts Building, Room 112

Cost: $5 per class
Occurs every Monday.
Contact Phone: 206.719.8007


17

CPR Training
Learn life-saving skills from Medic II personnel.

Registration is required.

There is no cost for this class, but donations are greatly appreciated. Checks should be made out to Medic II CPR.

7 to 9 p.m.

Occurs on the third Tuesday of every month.
Contact Phone: 206-368-1564


Gentle Yoga
Tuesdays, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Learn easy stretches, postures, guided meditation and breathing exercises. Please bring your own mat. Facilitated by Christy Fisher, Certified Yoga Instructor.
Occurs every Tuesday.
Contact Phone: (800) 255-5505 or (206) 297-2500


18

ďBest Lifestyle Choices and Supplement OptionsĒ
6Ė7:15 p.m.
Presented by Marie-Sarah Gagne, M.D., fellow at the UW Medicine Multiple Sclerosis Center, located in the McMurray Building on the Northwest Hospital campus.
Contact: msevents@uw.edu
Contact Phone: 206.598.3894


19

Lebed Method: Healthy Steps
Mondays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Gentle, fun, easy stretches, strengthening and light aerobics, especially for anyone with, or at risk for, lymphedema.
Occurs every Thursday.
Contact Phone: (206) 297-2500


Let the Games Begin!
A conversational support group that provides people with acquired brain injury the opportunity to participate in group card and board games in a supportive, encouraging environment. This group is facilitated by a licensed speech language pathologist who provides suggestions and encouragement, helping people build confidence while having fun.

11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Occurs every Thursday.
Contact Phone: (206) 368-1848


Breastfeeding Support Group
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Easy Street Pavilion

This drop-in group provides an opportunity for nursing mothers to ask questions about breastfeeding and to benefit from positive peer support from other breastfeeding mothers. Pre- and post-feeding weights are offered.

The group leader is a Certified Lactation Consultant. $10 suggested donation.
Occurs every Thursday.
Contact Phone: 206-368-1882


20

Yoga For People With Parkinsonís
Taught by a certified yoga instructor, this yoga class has been adapted to help people with Parkinsonís disease to maintain strength, flexibility and balance.

The class focuses on body awareness, with many of the traditional poses performed seated in a chair or lying on a mat.

9:30-11:00 a.m., Medical Arts Building, Room 112

Cost: $5 per class
Occurs every Friday.
Contact Phone: 206.719.8007


21

Stroke Support Group
This group is for survivors, their families and caregivers.

2 to 4 p.m., third Saturday of the month, Northwest Hospital TCU Auditorium in the Rehabilitation Center

Does not meet in December, July, and August.

For more information, please visit www.SeattleYASS.weebly.com
Occurs on the third Saturday of every month.
Contact Phone: (206) 241-7693


Young Adult Stroke Survivors Support Group
This group for adults, their families and caregivers meets on the third Saturday of the month in the TCU Auditorium of the Rehabilitation Center.

2 to 4 p.m, except December, July, and August.

For more information, please visit www.SeattleYASS.weebly.com
Occurs on the third Saturday of every month.
Contact Phone: (206) 241-7693


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23

Yoga For People With Parkinsonís
Taught by a certified yoga instructor, this yoga class has been adapted to help people with Parkinsonís disease to maintain strength, flexibility and balance.

The class focuses on body awareness, with many of the traditional poses performed seated in a chair or lying on a mat.

9:30-11:00 a.m., Medical Arts Building, Room 112

Cost: $5 per class
Occurs every Monday.
Contact Phone: 206.719.8007


24

Gentle Yoga
Tuesdays, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Learn easy stretches, postures, guided meditation and breathing exercises. Please bring your own mat. Facilitated by Christy Fisher, Certified Yoga Instructor.
Occurs every Tuesday.
Contact Phone: (800) 255-5505 or (206) 297-2500


25


26

Harness the Power of Plant-Based Eating to Improve Your Health
Food demonstration and samples. Held in the Northwest Hospital cafeteria.

4Ė5:30 p.m.


Contact Phone: 206.297.2500


Lebed Method: Healthy Steps
Mondays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Gentle, fun, easy stretches, strengthening and light aerobics, especially for anyone with, or at risk for, lymphedema.
Occurs every ERROR!.
Contact Phone: (206) 297-2500


Let the Games Begin!
A conversational support group that provides people with acquired brain injury the opportunity to participate in group card and board games in a supportive, encouraging environment. This group is facilitated by a licensed speech language pathologist who provides suggestions and encouragement, helping people build confidence while having fun.

11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Occurs every ERROR!.
Contact Phone: (206) 368-1848


Breastfeeding Support Group
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Easy Street Pavilion

This drop-in group provides an opportunity for nursing mothers to ask questions about breastfeeding and to benefit from positive peer support from other breastfeeding mothers. Pre- and post-feeding weights are offered.

The group leader is a Certified Lactation Consultant. $10 suggested donation.
Occurs every ERROR!.
Contact Phone: 206-368-1882


27

Yoga For People With Parkinsonís
Taught by a certified yoga instructor, this yoga class has been adapted to help people with Parkinsonís disease to maintain strength, flexibility and balance.

The class focuses on body awareness, with many of the traditional poses performed seated in a chair or lying on a mat.

9:30-11:00 a.m., Medical Arts Building, Room 112

Cost: $5 per class
Occurs every Friday.
Contact Phone: 206.719.8007


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Yoga For People With Parkinsonís
Taught by a certified yoga instructor, this yoga class has been adapted to help people with Parkinsonís disease to maintain strength, flexibility and balance.

The class focuses on body awareness, with many of the traditional poses performed seated in a chair or lying on a mat.

9:30-11:00 a.m., Medical Arts Building, Room 112

Cost: $5 per class
Occurs every Monday.
Contact Phone: 206.719.8007


31

Gentle Yoga
Tuesdays, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Learn easy stretches, postures, guided meditation and breathing exercises. Please bring your own mat. Facilitated by Christy Fisher, Certified Yoga Instructor.
Occurs every Tuesday.
Contact Phone: (800) 255-5505 or (206) 297-2500


       

 
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