FAIRBURY – The April Health Today session will feature “Autism: What You May Not Know” by Tim Linscott, Fairbury Journal-News publisher. The April session will be held on Wednesday, April 6, in the Conference Rooms at Jefferson Community Health Center. The free educational program will begin at 12:20 p.m.
April is Autism Awareness Month. As a parent of a child with autism, Tim will help us learn about what autism is, and how a community can help support families who deal with autism.
Health Today is a free monthly health education session offered by Jefferson Community Health Center.
The educational sessions are free to the public. Participants are encouraged to bring their lunch, or are welcome to purchase lunch in the JCHC cafeteria, which is located near the Conference Rooms.
JCHC will work with a wide variety of professionals who will be bringing educational programs on health-related topics. The session will typically be held the first week of the month. Please note that the day of the week for the session may change because of presenter schedules.
Reservations are not required. The program is FREE. The only cost for participants would be their lunch, if they choose to purchase it. Participants are also welcome to carry in their lunch.
Anyone who would like to be on a mailing list to directly receive notices about the monthly sessions or anyone with questions about the program should contact Lana Likens at (402) 729-6855.More