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Aging in Place: Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities

Please join Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging for a virtual discussion presented in partnership with the Elder Justice Coalition. We will provide an overview of naturally occurring retirement communities, and how they can empower us to age in place. Orion H. Bell IV, President and Chief Executive Officer at Benjamin Rose will discuss the benefits and challenges of these communities and discuss models for future communities in Northeast Ohio and across the nation.

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09/01/2023

Bridging Conversations Between Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Dementia

Guest speaker Kathy Service, Nurse Practitioner Consultant for the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services (DDS), explores difficulties in diagnosing and distinguishing dementia in the IDD population, how establishing a baseline for function and cognition can provide clarity, and what factors can contribute to the development of dementia for people with IDD. She provides practical, evidence-based considerations for ways that families and other care providers can better navigate and become more knowledgeable, effective advocates in healthcare settings to enhance the well-being of individuals with IDD living with dementia.

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By Kathy Service | 07/26/2023

17th Annual Katz Policy Lecture: Safe, Affordable and Accessible Housing for Older Adults

This year, the 17th annual Katz Policy Lecture examines safe, affordable, and sustainable housing for older adults. Our keynote speaker, Diane Yentel, President and CEO of the National Low Income Housing Coalition, discusses new directions in national and state housing policies related to older adults and their family and friend caregivers. Following the keynote address, a reactor panel of industry experts offer their responses to the presentation and discuss how housing issues impact individuals and the communities they are a part of.

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By Diane Yentel, Barbara Johnson, Antoinette Smith, Sally Martin O'Toole, Frank Ford | 07/14/2023

Bridging the Health Literacy Gap in Dementia Care: A Culturally Inclusive Approach

Literacy skills are the largest predictor of health status, more than age, income, employment status, education level or racial/ethnic group. Improving and maximizing health status is important for all populations, but it is even more vital for individuals who live with compromising conditions such as dementia. Join Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, Ohio Council for Cognitive Health and Asian Services in Action (ASIA) for an informative webinar for family and friend caregivers or supporters of persons with dementia as we explore the role of personal and organizational health literacy while learning culturally inclusive approaches to improving dementia care.

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By Marty Williman, Mary Dee | 06/07/2023

The Policy of Developing a Quality Workforce in Long Term Care

Learn as we discuss the intersection of policy, staffing, and workforce issues in long term care. Presented in partnership with the Elder Justice Coalition, Robyn Stone, Senior Vice President, Research and Co-Director at Leading Age, weprovide insight into current and future issues related to the needs of our aging society.

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By Robyn Stone | 05/23/2023