A word from our sponsors: The Aging Mastery Program® starting at Westosha Senior Community Center Oct. 24

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The Aging Mastery Program graduates from the Westosha Senior Community Center /Contributed photo

Note: This is a paid announcement from Westosha Senior Community Center. — DH

National Council on Aging’s Aging Mastery Program® is coming to Westosha Senior Community Center on Oct. 24.

Build your own personal playbook for aging well. This fun, innovative program empowers you to take key steps to improve your quality of life, add stability to daily living, and strengthen ties to your community. Meet new friends and provide encouragement to one another as you take the Aging Mastery journey together!

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The Aging Mastery Program® (AMP) encourages mastery, empowering older adults to make important changes that will lead to improved health, stronger financial security, and overall well-being. By participating in this 5-week program, you will:

  • Gather on Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 24 to Nov. 21.
  • Receive $60 in class materials for a $25 fee.
  • Enjoy morning refreshments and a healthy lunch.
  • Make and maintain small but important changes in your health behaviors, financial well-being and enrichment in later life.
  • Get REAL incentives and rewards for taking small steps that can improve your well-being.
  • Hear from local expert speakers that specialize in the specific senior-related topics for discussion.
  • Meet new friends, provide support and encouragement to your peers, and become more involved in your community.
  • AMP incorporates evidence-informed materials, expert speakers, group discussion, peer support, and small rewards to give participants the skills and tools to achieve measurable improvements.

To register: call the Center at 262-891-3436, email
director@westoshaseniorcenter.com, or go to


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