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Community Wellness Partners Announces Grand Re-Opening of its Wellness Center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                        TUESDAY, 7/5/22

CONTACT:  Kelly Lutz, Director of Business Development, 315.527.8237

 

COMMUNITY WELLNESS PARTNERS ANNOUNCES THE GRAND RE-OPENING OF THE

WELLNESS CENTER AT PRESBYTERIAN RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY

 

Community Wellness Partners (CWP) has announced the re-opening of its Wellness Center located on the Presbyterian Residential Community campus. The Wellness Center is open to the public and is specifically designed to promote independence and self-confidence by providing opportunities for older adults to decrease anxiety and depression and enhance body image.

 

With its focus on health and wellness, the Wellness Center offers:

  • Compressed air equipment for less impact on joints;
  • Generous seats, seat backs and larger handles for comfort and swivels for convenience;
  • Treadmills, elliptical trainers and recumbent bikes for cardiovascular exercise.

 

To celebrate its grand re-opening, the Wellness Center is hosting an Open House on Wednesday, July 13, 2022 from 2 to 4 p.m. and is offering a first month membership at a 50% discount – Residents and employees pay only $6, the community $12.50.  No matter your age or physical ability, or that of a loved one, Community Wellness Partners is your partner in health.

 

Combining over 150 years of service to our region, Community Wellness Partners is an affiliation of LutheranCare® and Presbyterian Homes & Services. Our faith-based, non-profit organizations offer the most complete continuity of health and wellness services for older adults in Oneida County including Home Care, Supportive Housing, Independent & Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing and more.

 

For more information, call 315.527.8237or email klutz@cwpinc.org

 

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