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Health and Services Fair
Health and Services Fair
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Date/Time
10/09/2013
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location
The McGraw House

The McGraw House Health and Services Fair will show case more than 20 of Tompkins County’s services and programs designed to support a healthful and fulfilling life for area elders. The Fair is free and open to individuals of all ages. Parking for this event is on the street only.

Throughout the day, blood pressure screening will be provided courtesy of the Visiting Nurse Service of Ithaca and Tompkins County, and the Ithaca College Speech and Hearing Clinic will offer hearing screenings. Attendees will learn about educational/social programs, fitness and recreation, personal safety, transportation, assistive devices, nursing services, long-term care, home health care, personal health, and more.

From 12:30 to 1:30, The Tompkins County Office for The Aging (COFA) will host a public hearing where seniors can offer feedback and ask questions of COFA staff.

Tours of McGraw House will be given to those who wish to learn more about this senior citizen apartment building in the heart of downtown Ithaca.

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