May 2020



Delivered using Zoom Video Conference

To register, please call 215.955.1031 or go to

Learning to Manage and Live with Diabetes
Series of 3 Classes

Session One: Overview of Diabetes and Glucose Monitoring

Session Two: Healthy Eating and Diabetes

Session Three: Reducing Risk and Avoiding Complications

Dates: Wednesdays, May 6, 13 and 20
Time: 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

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ietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension)

Braudy Herrera, BS – Health Educator
Neva White, DNP, CRNP, CDE – Jefferson Center for Urban Health

Date: Thursday, May 7
Time: 7 to 8 p.m.

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Bereavement Support POSTPONED

Due to COVID-19, our in-person group sessions are postponed until further notice. In the interim, we encourage anyone who may be interested in joining in the future, to contact the Pastoral Care staff at Jefferson Methodist Hospital. We can be of support and gather your information for future sessions. Call: 215.952.9547


Ongoing Classes


Due to COVID-19, our in-person group sessions are postponed until further notice.


Jefferson Rehabilitation Parkinson’s Disease Exercise Program

Don’t let Parkinson’s disease stop you from being “Strong and Steady.” Regular exercise can slow the progression of Parkinson’s disease and improve your overall level of fitness and well-being. Join our physical therapists in weekly exercise sessions and participate in seated aerobic exercises as well as balance and strengthening activities in a supportive group setting. Participants must be independently mobile or have an assistant (family member or caregiver) throughout the session. Physician approval is required. Eight (8) weekly sessions for a total cost of $40.


Family Therapy (FREE)

For Friends and Family of Loved Ones with Substance Use Disorder

Is someone you know suffering from an addictive disorder? Are you stressed or depressed about his or her addition? Do you want to motivate your loved one to seek treatment and decrease your own stress? Jefferson’s Division of Substance Abuse in the Department of Psychiatry is currently offering enrollment in a family therapy service designed specifically for the friends and family of those suffering from a substance use disorder. Group and individual services are available and offered at flexible times.


For more information, please call 267-584-6240.