HealthSource Virtual Series

Throughout the year, the Frymoyer Community Health Resource Center offers free educational programs, classes and workshops. These cover a range of topics relating to healthy lifestyles, safety and wellness. Registration is required for all events in the series.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, classes are being held virtually to keep people safe and to allow all interested community members to participate. Sessions will be recorded and posted once the series is complete.

Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a link and instructions on how to access the event.

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TXT U LTR (Virtual) - April 22, 2021

Abby Beerman, Injury Prevention Coordinator, Trauma Services, UVM Medical Center

Distracted driving is a leading cause of preventable car crashes. Whether you recently got your permit or have been driving for decades, TXT U L8R will demonstrate the life-altering consequences of distracted driving and give you the tools to build better driving habits.This is a modified version of the in-person TXT U L8R presentation, and will include testimonies from a car crash survivor, medical staff, and Text Less Live More.

*Recording not yet available.


Powerful Tools for Caregivers (Virtual) - April 20, 2021

Millie Richard, Age Well Caregiver Support Specialist

Powerful Tools is designed to help unpaid family caregivers maintain their own personal well-being while caring for a loved one. In this webinar, you will be introduced to the Powerful Tools for Caregivers Program, an evidence based workshop taught around the world.

Watch the Recording


Kids in the Kitchen Series - The Power of Yum: Lunch Wars (Virtual) - April 17, 2021

Alison Precourt, Registered Dietitian and Leah Pryor, Executive Chef, The University of Vermont Medical Center

In a galaxy, not so far away, lies the making of a meal… “school lunch.” Learn alternative and creative ways to build a better lunch. Discover how to balance flavors and create a tantalizing and delicious meal for home or to pack and go.

*Recording not available.


No Crystal Ball: Advance Care Planning in Uncertain Times (Virtual) - April 13, 2021

Cindy Bruzzese, Vermont Ethics Network & Clinical Ethicist, UVM Medical Center and Sally Bliss, UVM Med Center, Clinical Ethicist, Adj. Asst. Prof., Larner College of Medicine

A discussion about advance care planning and the importance of taking proactive steps to ensure that the care and treatment you desire aligns with the care and treatment that you receive. In addition, this presentation will also address advance planning considerations in the context of COVID-19. We look forward to an engaging and informative discussion.

*Recording not available.