Heart Failure: Knowing Your Disease and Learning How to Manage It
Heart Failure affects about 6 million Americans and is the number one cause of hospitalizations in people over 65 years old.
In the class, you will learn about:
What is heart failure and how your body responds to it.
What are the causes and risk factors for heart failure.
How is heart failure diagnosed and how is it treated.
What are the symptoms of heart failure and when should you seek treatment.
Lifestyle changes you can make to better manage your heart failure to live a long, productive life.
In-person registration is limited or you may join us via Zoom. You must wear a mask when you attend.
Contact Info: Community Education - (661)200-2300