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Live Well Senior Program

Thank you for visiting the Live Well Senior Program web page!

IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE: Adventist Health Glendale is open, safe and has resumed all elective and essential surgeries as well as procedures. The Emergency Department is open and ready to take care of you. Please do not delay critical care.

July Education Classes

Balance Videos

Tai Chi Videos

A Letter from Our Chaplain Alice Parsons Zulli

Click here to read a special letter from our Adventist Health Glendale chaplain, Alice Parsons Zulli.

Keep In Touch With a Loved One or Thank a Healthcare Provider

If you're interested in providing support to our patients and healthcare workers
by sending video messages or photos of support signs, cards, etc., we would love your help.

You may text photos, videos, etc. to (747) 221-4986.

For full details visit this page or if you have questions, please contact Yvette Ervin @ ErvinYM@ah.org or call Lucy Madatyan @ (818) 480-0005

Resources & Support for People Over 60

The Live Well Senior Program at Adventist Health Glendale is a free wellness program to enhance the quality of life for people over 60 in our community. Anyone over the age of 60 is eligible! If you have any questions about the Live Well Senior Program, please call (818) 409-8354. We're here for you!

If you're interested in signing up for the Live Well Senior Program Membership, please click the "Sign Up Now" button below to fill out the online submission form.

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Membership Benefits:

  • Monthly educational luncheons with Physician Speakers
  • Weekly Fitness classes including: Chair Yoga, Balance Fit, Tai Chi and Yoga for Bone Strength
  • Alzheimer’s/Dementia Workshops
  • Health Screenings
  • Annual medication consultation with AHGL Doctors of Pharmacy
  • Parking validation for all Live Well Senior Program activities
  • Discounts in The Terrace Café (AHGL Cafeteria)
  • Beginning in April: Healthier Living Workshops
  • Diabetes Workshops

Downloadable Resources:

The American Heart Association is advising caution and preparation for people who have heart disease or who have survived a stroke. Based on current information, it appears elderly people with coronary heart disease or hypertension are more likely to be infected and to develop more severe symptoms. Stroke survivors may also face increased risk for complications if they get COVID-19.

With the evolving impact of coronavirus in communities across the country, many Americans are facing new challenges keeping them from getting to the office, school, grocery store or gym. The American Heart Association has resources to help maintain a healthy lifestyle while at home.

These resources will continue to be updated at heart.org/coronavirus.

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To enroll in the Live Well Senior Program click here or call us at (818) 409-8354. We're here for you!