The Baby Boomers and future generations may see unprecedented longevity. How will our communities and institutions change to accommodate this seismic trend? Most older adults want to age in their own homes in the communities of their choice, with supports needed to do so. But are these community support services available to meet these wishes, promote healthy aging and possibly save health care dollars? How will we pay for them? What are promising models for aging in place? What kinds of policy and financial investments are needed to support healthy aging in place?
Read Our Issue Briefs: http://www.air.org/resource/community-based-models-aging-place
- Marilyn Moon, AIR Senior Vice President, Director AIR Center on Aging
- Shannah Koss, AIR Consultant, President, Koss on Care; co-founder: Connected Health Resources
- Nora Super, Chief, Program and Services, National Assn of Area Agencies on Aging.
- Len Fishman, Director, Gerontology Institute, University of Massachusetts Boston
Date: December 15, 2016
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
Registration Fee: FREE
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