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“Behind the Scenes of Frontline Healthcare: Emily Fawcett on Choosing Hope Over Despair” at the DCA

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Tuesday, September 21 11:00am DCA members $20 Public $30 Our speaker will be a Darien native, Emily Fawcett, a nurse returning September 19 from Haiti, where she is helping with earthquake disaster relief. Emily was an EMT with Post 53 when she attended DHS (class of ’07). After graduation from the University of Pennsylvania’s nursing …

Launching to Adulthood: Creating a Foundation For Success

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Launching to adulthood requires a new skill set. This stage creates a need for shifting roles and responsibilities in the family. Navigating this process challenges individuals to balance their own career decisions, relationship choices, and lifestyle priorities with what they have learned in their families.Setting clear boundaries and flexible communication are key to success. About …

Destigmatizing the conversation around women’s health

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In honor of May being both Women’s Health Month and Pelvic Pain Awareness Month, Dr. Bronwyn Fitz and Jessica Klecki, DPT, are coming together to destigmatize the discussion around women’s health. With so many options and support systems available nowadays, you shouldn’t need to live with discomfort or feel limited to traditional medication or surgery. …

Complimentary Bar Method Class for Wellness Week

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The Bar Method Darien is proud to be a participating partner in Darien Wellness Week! Join us for a complimentary class on Monday, April 26th at 10:45am. Space is limited so email Darien-Marketing@BarMethod.com or dm us to reserve your spot. If you’re new to our studio, we can’t wait to show you what The Bar …

“Couch to Competition” Webinar Series: Prep for CREW with us!

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Crew athletes experienced many limitations on the way the normally train due to the pandemic. Instead of practicing with their teammates on the water, they underwent isolated individual training at home and performed primarily land-based exercises. These issues of isolated and repetitive training on an ERG can lead to increased risk of injury and athlete …