The Crossroads of Research, Policy, and Practice to Improve the Lives of Older Adults
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The Crossroads of Research, Policy, and Practice to Improve the Lives of Older Adults

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Date: November 21, 2011

Time: 9:00 AM ET

Location: Boston, MA

Type: Other

NCOA Day at the Gerontological Society of America 64th Annual Scientific Meeting

Long-Term Services and Supports: Opportunities for Innovation within State Budget Challenges

Healthy Aging: Is the Workforce Ready?

  • Moderator - David Abelman, Tufts Health Plan Foundation
  • Policy - Robert Applebaum, Scripps Gerontology Center
  • Research - JoAnn Damron-Rodriguez, UCLA
  • Community - Roseann DiStefano, Elder Services-Merrimack Valley

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New Approaches to Reaching Isolated and Vulnerable Seniors

  • Moderator - Hector Ortiz, NCOA (Read issue brief)
  • Policy - Kathleen Otte, Administration on Aging
  • Researcher - Jung-Hwa Ha, University of Chicago
  • Community - Carol Ban, Isabella Geriatric Center

The Future of the Older Americans Act and Title IV Programs for Vulnerable Older Adults
A special Q&A session open to all GSA registrants featuring U.S. Assistant Secretary for Aging Kathy Greenlee and NCOA President & CEO James Firman (Download presentation)

 

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