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Adult Virtual Events
Depression and Bipolar Support Group
Live every Friday at 3 p.m.
This weekly online support group gives people living with depression and bipolar disorder a safe, welcoming place to share experiences, discuss coping skills, and offer each other hope. Groups are led by peer volunteers – which means that the person facilitating the meeting knows firsthand what it’s like to live with a mood disorder.
This group is made possible by the local chapter of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA), a comprehensive resource for more than 23 million people in the U.S. who live with mood disorders. If you or someone you know has thoughts of suicide, text or call the Idaho Suicide Hotline at 1-208-398-4357 or chat online with the National LifeLine Crisis Chat.
Extreme Book Nerd Discussion Group
Live every second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m.
Meeting ID: 890 4649 2689
Join fellow Book Nerds as we discuss the great (and not-so-great) reads we've been tackling for the Extreme Book Nerd Challenge. Get recommendations for different categories, share the books you've loved, and get to know some new friends along the way.
Fit and Fall Proof
Fit and Fall Proof classes are designed to teach seniors simple exercises to increase strength, balance, and endurance, which can help prevent the accidental falls and tripping sometimes associated with age. Although in-person classes are on pause for now, the video below will walk you through exercises to try at home.
Files for Life Webinar Series
Attorney Mark Wight, Founder and President of Idaho Estate Planning, is passionate about helping families plan for their futures. In this webinar series, he will share his expertise in estate and legacy planning.
Recording: An Overview of Estate Planning and Why It’s Important to You: Are you overwhelmed at the thought of doing estate planning? Don’t know where to start? No even sure what estate planning is and if you really need it? Get an overview of the planning process and where and how to start.
Recording: Powers of Attorney: Two of the most powerful tools in your planning are the tools that ensure control over the quality of your life, your dignity, and your self-determination. Learn about powers of attorney, what they do for you, the mistakes people make in creating them, and how to choose who will help you when you need that help.
Recording: Wills and Trusts: Since very few of us will live forever, most people want to make sure that, at their passing, what they have worked so hard to acquire is inherited by their children and that this process is done without causing family contention, strife, or just plain old headaches. Learn about the benefits of using a will or trust and which one might work best for you.