Peer -to -Peer Brunch September 23, 2017 Photos

Saturday, September 23, 2017

NWVU extends our heartfelt thanks to our Peer Support Brunch speaker, Reverend Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Hines, Major, Brigade Chaplain, ILARNG PhD, MA, MS, MEd, LPC, NCC Counselor, Road Home Center for Veterans and their families at Rush University Medical Center, who was excellent in presenting the 8 Dimensions of Wellness! and to our Brunch partner sponsor,West Towns Links, Inc.

Your support of our event ensured the success of the program! Thank you for all of the generous donations in which the 41 participants enjoyed!

This afternoon was a full of education and encouragement..what would that be without finger food and a little fun too.The female veteran members of NWVU and veteran attendees enjoyed the seminar speakers, fellowship with other comrades and dialogue.

Dr.  Ola followed with education on Diabetes, not your traditional education , rather he spoke on “Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy”.. The neurological approach to Diabetes.  This peaked the interest of the attendees.