March 3, 2015
Receive emotional support, practical assistance in coping with the issues you face and the latest information on research. Meetings are confidential. Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Indiana.
March 2, 2015
Monthly meetings to help parents with the struggles/challenges of raising energetic and out of sync children. Topics will be discussed and new methods will be learned. Organized by Karen Perry Scott, retired educator and mother of an ADHD son. .
Licensed psychologist Dr. Dawn Doup recently opened Foundations Dyslexia and Learning Centers with two colleagues in order to provide services for children, adolescents, and adults with dyslexia. Dyslexia is a learning disability that includes difficulties with accurate or fluid word recognition, poor decoding, and poor spelling abilities. It impacts one’s ability to read and write and often affects an individual’s self-image due to feeling less capable than others. The effects of untreated dyslexia can have a long-term impact including problems with education and job performance. Doup will discuss symptoms of dyslexia as well as how it is evaluated and interventions that help with both children and adults.
March 1, 2015
February 18, 2015
February 18th from 4-6pm at Wellspring Pain Solutions in Columbus. Physicians will be presenting treatment options for patients with low back pain and other chronic pains they may have. Attending this meeting will be a patient that is an American Hero and was one of the first responders on the 9/11 Pentagon attacks. He was injured while trying to save peoples lives and was implanted with a spinal cord stimulator and is now doing amazing. He will be attending this event on Feb. 18th to tell his story and try to help other patients get their lives back.
February 14, 2015
Dance Indiana’s Valentine’s Dance will be held at the Commons in downtown Columbus IN on Saturday, February 14th, 2015. Ballroom dancing will begin at 7pm through 10pm. Doors open at 6:30pm for socializing, appetizers, and a cash bar. Please note the REDUCED PRICE OF TICKETS! It will be $20.00/per person. Questions or need tickets? Send us an email at email@example.com or drop us a note at
PO Box 168
Columbus IN 47202
Tickets will be sold at the door. Guaranteed fun for all!
February 7, 2015
Franciscan St. Francis is hosting a breast cancer educational event in Columbus. The main activity at the event is the free showing of the movie “Decoding Annie Parker.” The movie tells the story of 3-time cancer survivor Annie Parker and the almost discovery of a cure for cancer. And how the BRCA gene mutation was discovered, which places women at increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
In addition to the movie, Dr. Erika Rager, Dr. Juliana Meyer and Morgan Dally, genetic counselor, will be at the event. The team will provide a short presentation on breast cancer and role of family history and genetics. And, they will lead the attendees in completing an individual risk assessment for breast and ovarian cancer. They will also lead a Q&A session after the movie. Any woman with a family history of breast or ovarian cancer who is concerned about her personal risk or, any women simply interested in learning more about breast health are invited to attend.
The event is free; however, seating is limited so registration is required. Registration will be handled by our call center. The registration number is (877) 888-1777. The movie is Rated R, so only those 18 years of age and older can attend. Free refreshments will be provided. Participants will have the opportunity to complete a high risk assessment to determine if they are at increased risk for breast or ovarian cancer. We can use the name of the movie, actors, etc. in promoting the event. And any imaging from or about the movie, including movie trailers, etc. Each attendee will receive a free Vera Bradley gift bag.
February 1, 2015