March 26, 2008
St. Luke’s Episcopal Health Charities
Hand in Hand with Seniors
Promoting Healthier Living for Seniors
“Life is too Short to Wear Anything Tight”: Stress Relief Through Humor
Willa Ann Decker, a family nurse practitioner, wants participants to take time to laugh - it is music to the soul. She will review how laughter has served as a “natural healer” throughout history and focus on the importance of laughter and play in one’s life, as well as their role in the health and healing process. Her one wish for each attendee is that they will leave with a renewed sense of purpose to lead extraordinary lives! All adult age groups are welcome to attend.
|Speaker: ||Willa Ann Decker, FNP |
|Date: ||Tuesday, April 29, 2008 |
|Location: ||St. Martin’s Episcopal Church |
717 Sage Road, Houston 77056
In Founder’s Hall
|Time: ||11 a.m. – 1 p.m. |
|Cost: ||$8 per person paid at the door |
RSVP to 832.355.4299 (by April 21, 2008)
Seating limited to the first 100 respondents
St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities, the largest Houston charity devoted solely to healthcare, was created in 1997 as a separate component of St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System. St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities melds together the healing ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas and the healing mission of St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System to promote community health across the Episcopal Diocese. Since its inception, it has awarded more than 1200 grants totaling more than $70 million to nonprofit service organizations in the Houston area and 32 Texas counties, targeting disease prevention and health promotion among the underserved.