Join us for the 2018 Sima Spector Health Conference

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Join us for the 2018 Sima Spector Health Conference

presented by

Sacramento Chapter of HADASSAH and National Council of Jewish Women, Sacramento Section

Co-sponsored by Assemblyman Ken Cooley

Taking Charge & Living Well is the title for our 23rd annual Sima Spector Health Conference. This program will address lifestyle choices, such as diet/nutrition, exercise/movement for wellness, communication and self-advocacy, as keys to better health.

Rajiv Misquitta, MD, Internist at Kaiser Permanente, will speak about reversing the effects of heart disease and increasing healthy lifespan through lifestyle changes.

Joan Werblun, RN, Board Chair and Liz Helms, CEO of California Chronic Care Coalition, will discuss positive patient and doctor communication and self-advocacy in healthcare. 

Erika Meredith, DPT at Kaiser Permanente, will lead attendees in a brief program of exercise and movement for wellness.

The conference will also feature exhibitors from multiple health and community-based organizations with information and resources.

 

Wednesday, September 5
Rancho Cordova City Hall, American River Room
2729 Prospect Park Drive
Rancho Cordova CA 95670

5:00 p.m. Check-in, Visit Exhibitors
5:30 p.m. Conference Program Begins
8:30 p.m. Conference Program Ends

A light meal will be provided.

We encourage all interested adults to attend. The health conference is free and has ample free parking.

Must RSVP by August 29

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or call my office at (916) 464-1910.

About the Sima Spector Health Conference:
This annual conference originated from Hadassah Women's Zionist Organization of America, nationally providing free quality health education and information to women of all ages and all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Sima Spector organized and led the Hadassah "Healthy Women, Healthy Lives" Women's Health Conference in the Sacramento area from 1994 until 2006, when she was tragically killed by a drunk driver. During the past decade, the conference was renamed to honor her memory and her dedication to health education. 

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