Health Promotion

Senior Connections offers several health promotion evidence-based workshops, that can help you maintain your independence and help manage your life. 

Workshops are being offered free or for a minimal donation for materials for Douglas County residents.

If you are interested in participating in one of these programs, please contact Ciara at Senior Connections 715-394-3611 or email Ciara at

See descriptions of currently offered programs below.


It's voucher time! *$45.00 worth of vouchers in each booklet*
Senior Farmers Market Vouchers will be distributed at the Senior Connections office (1805 N. 16th Street) on June 4th starting at 8:30am. Please see the flyer below for eligibility requirements.

This website can help you with tools and resources to help you stay safe and independent in your home.
Check out this handy phone from CapTel that captions your calls for you!
**Free phone and free installation to anyone with hearing loss**
To apply or with any questions, please call: 218-398-8259

Events at the Lew Martin Senior Center, 1527 Tower Avenue in Superior

Exercise Class Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:15am-10:15, .50 cents

Tai Chi Class Tuesday & Thursday, 10:00am-11:00am, FREE

Cribbage Thursdays, 1pm-3pm, $4

Questions?  Call 715-394-3644


Reduces the fear of falling and increases activity levels in older adults.  Participants learn to view falls and fear of falling as controllable, set realistic goals for increased activity, change their living space to reduce fall risks, and promote exercise to increase strength and balance.


Balance your life and take care of yourself by learning to reduce stress, improve self-confidence, better communicate feelings, locate helpful resources, and increase ability to make tough decisions.