Program Helps Chronically Ill

KSCB News - March 18, 2010 12:00 am

Living with chronic conditions is no pic nic. But there is a program

which is coming to Liberal later this month that offers support. The

program is called Kansas Optimal Health Program or “KOHP”.

K-State Research and Extension’s Kathy Bloom says the program

is intended to help improve the lives of people who live with chronic

conditions.

“If you suffer from arthritis, cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia, heart

disease, high blood pressure, or any type of chronic issuue, this

is the work shop for you. It’s having amazing results across the

nation.”

It is a six week class which first meets March 30 and the next five

Tuesdays from 10 to noon at the southeast entrance of the 1st

Presbyterian Church. For more information call 624-5604.

 

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