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Complimentary Hearing Screenings

Mondays and Wednesdays, June 16 through August 7, 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
665 Broadway (between Bleecker and Bond), 9th Floor

The Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders is pleased to announce that, in observance of Better Hearing and Speech Month, they are offering complimentary hearing screenings for NYU faculty and employees at the Speech-Language-Hearing Disorders Clinic. A hearing screening identifies a possible hearing loss. If an individual fails the screening, a recommendation for a full audiological evaluation will be made. To register for a complimentary hearing screening, call 212-998-5230.

Emotional Resilience: Develop the Skills to Help You through Tough Times

Tuesday, June 10, 2014, 12:30 pm Webinar

Emotional resilience refers to a person's ability to adapt to stressful situations. At some point, most of us will experience serious stress or challenges in our lives. People who are more resilient may be able to "roll with the punches" or "bounce back" more easily; while those who are less resilient often have a harder time dealing with stress and life changes. Resilience is not something we are born with or not. You can develop skills to help you improve your emotional resilience, even if you are naturally more sensitive to life's difficulties. This seminar will help you learn more and discover ways to hone and improve your coping skills. We also will touch on ways to help children build their own emotional resilience skills. Join us for an enlightening seminar, and get practical tips that may help you get through those tough times. Presented by Arleen Fitzgerald of UnitedHealthcare.

Sizzling Summer Recipes

Summer recipes conjure up juicy watermelon, backyard barbecues, and fresh air. This summer, enhance and show off your culinary prowess. Access a variety of healthy and delicious recipes that will have your family and friends coming back for more, time and time again.

My Safe Home

How safe is your home? My Safe Home is an online tool designed to help families detect dangers in their home and identify simple steps to fix them.

Travel Safety

The summer is the perfect time to get away. Whether you’re going abroad or traveling domestically, these helpful tips put together by the Bureau of Consular Affairs will guide you through packing, security in the airport, and staying safe in your destination.

Recognizing Addiction in Older Adults

Often referred to as a hidden epidemic, alcohol and prescription drug abuse is estimated to affect about 17% of older adults. Similar to younger adults, seniors can misuse and become
addicted to alcohol and prescription drugs, including opiate painkillers and sleep medications. Learn how to recognize addiction in older adults.


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NYU Cancer Institute at
Langone Medical Center

The NYU Cancer Institute offers a series of lecture events. To view this month's resources, click below to access the calendar or call 212-263-2266 for additional information.

View the Institute's Calendar of Events

NYU Cancer Institute

June events include: Faces of Cancer; Cancer Survivorship Lecture Series: Healthy Living and Survivorship; Prostate Cancer Education Series. Visit www.NYUCI.org/rsvp to register.



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