Enhancing the Economic Security of Older Adults: Connecting Clients with Public and Private Community Resources
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Enhancing the Economic Security of Older Adults: Connecting Clients with Public and Private Community Resources

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Date: February 23, 2012

Time: 1:30 PM ET - 2:30 PM ET

Type: Webinar

Ten thousand individuals are turning 65 each day. This “age wave” isn’t news. What is news are the challenging economic times so many older Americans now face.

Across the country, 1 in 3 older adults lives with economic uncertainty--some 23 million. Given this reality, we need to ask: Are our community-based organizations prepared to help those we serve when it comes to complex financial problems, threats of foreclosure or eviction, high debt, and money management?

Speaker: Ramsey Alwin, Ramsey, Director, NCOA Economic Security Initiative

Discover:

  • A snapshot of economic trends as they impact older adults: What are the implications of the current economic downturn on the older adults we serve?
  • A model for building community-based capacity to help on these issues: How do we mobilize the aging services network to address issues of economic security for older adults?
  • Tools and technology available to the aging services network as it addresses these challenges.
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