Healthbeat: Find health resources for the whole family in January
Friends and Family CPR is at 9 a.m. Jan. 28 at Greenville Memorial Hospital. For details and registration, visit http://www.ghs.org/events.
Pendleton Place offers supervised visitation and custody exchanges through the Family Bridges program. Visits and exchanges are offered in a safe, homelike environment without contact between the custodial parents or caregivers and the noncustodial parents. For details, visit http://pendletonplace.org/ or call 864-516-1236.
The Red Cross offers lifesaving health and safety classes in first aid, infant CPR, adult CPR, child CPR, AED, baby-sitter training and more. Call for information or the current schedule. Registration is required. Visit http://www.redcross.org/sc.
Heartsaver CPR is offered regularly at St. Francis Eastside. Register online at http://www.stfrancishealth.org/ or call 864-675-4400.
Nutritional Navigation: Grocery Store Tours are offered by Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System. To register, visit http://www.spartanburgregional.com.
Car seat checks are available by appointment with Safe Kids Spartanburg (register at https://www.spartanburgregional.com) or by appointment with Safe Kids Upstate (call 864-454-1109).
Happy Hooves Therapeutic Equestrian Center offers equine-assisted activities and therapies for special needs children and adults, as well as at-risk children and teens. Visit http://www.happyhoovessc.com.
STRIDES, a nonprofit program, provides tutoring in reading and math to children who are below grade level. Parents pay by sliding scale and some scholarships are available. Strides has locations in Greer, Easley, Fountain Inn, Travelers Rest, Piedmont and Cherrydale. Students with disabilities and speakers of other languages are welcome. For information about tutoring, call 864-246-9898 or visit http://www.stridestutor.org/.