Health Promotions

Health & Education

We offer a number of evidence-based programs

Contact 410-396-1337 to find the next workshop near you or find out how to run one at your location.

Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance
Discover the art of balance and stability with our Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance program. This unique, evidence-based program offers older adults a gentle yet powerful way to enhance their physical coordination, reduce fall risks, and improve overall mobility. Designed by Dr. Fuzhong Li at the Oregon Research Institute, the program transforms traditional Tai Ji Quan techniques into therapeutic movements specifically aimed at improving postural stability, functional walking, and the strength of lower extremities. 

For more information, contact Ugonna Njoku:
(410) 545-3947 

Tai Ji Quan Sessions


Hearing Loss and Dementia
Hearing health is the number one modifiable contributor to Alzheimer's Disease and dementia. Come meet Dr. Elena Scarano to learn about how your hearing affects your cognitive function and why it is so important to get your hearing checked annually. 

Free hearing screenings and hearing assessments are available at the following events:

  • Monday, May 20 at 10am at Waxter Center, 1000 Cathedral St, Baltimore, 21202 following the presentation
  • Monday, June 17 at 11:30 at Hatton Senior Center, 2825 Fait Ave, Baltimore, 21224 following the presentation

Hearing Loss and Dementia Event Flyer