Extension offers free program Feb. 11 about arthritis and inflammation

Submitted by University of Illinois Extension
Posted1/22/2020 10:31 PM

Living with arthritis and inflammation is not easy, but there are steps you can take to help.

At the upcoming free seminar, University of Illinois Extension will provide research-based information and practical tips for dealing with inflammation and arthritis.


Participants will learn about the different types of arthritis, and about the benefits of proper nutrition and exercise choices.

Registration is now open for Feb. 11 class in three area University of Illinois Extension offices.

This free program, in cooperation with the Association for Home and Community Education, will be led by an Extension Educator via webinar from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11.

It will be available at three local Extension offices: Naperville, St. Charles and Yorkville.

Registration is required by Friday, Feb. 7, to prepare materials. Space may be limited.

To register for a session near you, contact your county's Extension office:

• In DuPage County, 1100 E. Warrenville Road, Naperville, call (630) 955-1123

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• In Kane County, 535 S. Randall Road, St. Charles, call (630) 584-6166

• In Kendall County, 7775B Route 47, Yorkville, call (630) 553-5823

Or, email uie-dkk@illinois.edu with the county in which you plan to attend, and the topic, your name, address and phone number.

If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, please contact your local University of Illinois Extension office listed above. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time for meeting your access needs.

This lesson is sponsored by the HCE and the University of Illinois Extension. HCE is an organization that works to enhance the lives of individuals and families through quality educational programs and experiences encouraging responsible leadership and service to the community.

For more information on Extension programs in your area, visit go.illinois.edu/extensiondkk.


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