Healthy Concord
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This project is funded through the Northwest Suburban Health Alliance/ CHNA 15 DoN funds from Lahey Clinic, Winchester Hospital and Mount Auburn Hospital

The Healthy Concord project conducted a year of public outreach to determine what will make Concord a healthier place to live and work. Two themes were repeated in interviews, surveys, and discussions: people of all ages in Concord are experiencing stress, with particular concern for youth, and there is desire for safer roads and paths for bicycling, sidewalks for walking and better transportation in general. 


Please Join us  at our next event:

The Maturing Family: Navigating The Journey Sucessfully

March 4th 2015   7-9pm    Willard SChool 185 Powdermill Road

Admission is free, but please register at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-maturing-family-tickets-14576409433     or call the Council on Aging at 978-318-3020 to let us know you will be attending


There are many people in our community concerned about the isues of aging- both for themselves and thier parents.  This program is designed to help them address the following two key questions and associated issues:

  •         Are you informed about the changing health care, financial and legal needs of older adults?
  •         Does your family have a plan to address these without negatively impacting the stability of the family group?


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or link to the powerpoint presentation  Fenton powerpoint.pdf 


Click on the links below for more information about each Initiative.


Skills for Developing Personal & Community Resilience

Expand the community’s understanding of the ways that stress affects our lives and provide skills to reduce its impact                                  

        





To improve the safety of bicyclists, pedestrians and motorists on the streets of Concord through education and promotion of the rules of the road.





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