Waldo area church hosts ACA event
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Area Church Presents Seminar on What The Affordable Care Act Means To Me and Free Heart Health Screenings
Kansas City, MO - On Sunday November 10, 2013 Crossroads Church of Kansas City is hosting a 3 part health seminar:
1.What The Affordable Care Act Means to Me
2.Free Heart Health Screening
3.Wellness Education Resources
Crossroads Church is located at 7917 Main St in the heart of the Waldo area. The event is free and open to the public.
What the Affordable Care Act Means to Me is a Lunch ‘n Learn presentation from12:30 pm– 1:30 pm. Sarah Starnes, LSCSW, with Get America Covered, will provide up-to-date information on the new Affordable Care Act, the health care exchanges, and what it means for you. Please bring your questions, as time will be available for group and individual questions to be addressed.
The Free Heart Health Screening will take place from 8:00 am to 10:15 am. These screenings are provided by Crossroads Church nurses and include:
•BMI / Body Fat •Blood Pressure •Full lipid panel + Glucose •Consultation of results and review of risk factors The Wellness Action Centers will be take place in the fellowship hall and include information on Diabetes / Cancer / Heart Health / Restoring Balance – Stress / Nutrition and will be open from 8:00 am –2:30 pm.
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