State Sen. Neil Anderson and State Rep. Tony McCombie are encouraging seniors to come to their free Senior Health Fair on Tuesday, June 26 at the Sterling-Rock Falls YMCA (2505 Avenue E) in Sterling. The event runs from 9:00am-Noon.
At Anderson and McCombie’s free Senior Health Fair, various vendors and health professionals will offer free health screenings including blood pressure and blood sugar tests. Information from various health professionals will be available including hearing loss, fall prevention, medication safety, energy savings, fire safety in the home, hospice care, assisted living, and more.
There will also be a Silver Sneaker Interactive Class at 10:00am in the aerobics room.
AARP Driver Safety, Beacon of Hope, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Bowes In Home Care, CGH Health Foundation, CGH Medical Center, CGH Wound Healing Center, Citadel Healthcare of Sterling, Citizens Utility Board, Compassus Hospice & Palliative Care, Connect Hearing, DD Homes Network, Heritage Woods of Sterling, Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulations, Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs, Illinois State Police, KSB Hospital, Lee County Council on Aging, Morrison Community Hospital, Northwestern Illinois Area Agency on Aging, Northwestern Illinois Center for Independent Living, Office of the Illinois Comptroller, Office of the Illinois Treasurer, Pleasant View Rehab & Healthcare, Polo Rehab & Healthcare, Regency Care of Sterling, Rock River Hospice & Home, Sauk Valley Physical Therapy, Sauk Valley Senior Living & Rehab, Secretary of State Organ Donor Program, Social Security Administration, Sterling Fire Department, Sterling -Rock Falls Family YMCA, Sterling Towers, Tri County Opportunity Council, University of Illinois Extension, Venema Health, VITAS Hospice, Walgreens, Whiteside County Health Department, Whiteside County Sheriff, YWCA of the Sauk Valley.