Many evidence-based programs across the country have been canceled to ensure older adults, staff, and program leaders are in a safe and healthy environment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Just as physical distancing is important, we recognize the importance of staying engaged and combatting social isolation. We’re all considering how to accomplish this in fidelity when in-person programs are not possible. Join this webinar with the Evidence-Based Leadership Collaborative and other program developers to receive guidance on permissible ways to offer content remotely or provide other resources to address chronic disease and falls prevention.
- Paige Denison, Sound Generations & Project Enhance
- Kate Lorig, Self-Management Resource Center
- Jennifer Raymond, Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley & Healthy Living Center of Excellence
- Shannon Myers, Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging
- Lesley Steinman, University of Washington, Department of Health Services
- Jennifer Tripken, National Council on Aging
- Kathleen Zuke, National Council on Aging