Course curriculum

  • 1

    Getting Started

    • Welcome to the online version of the 2021 Age-Friendly Ecosystem Summit

    • 2021 Age-Friendly Ecosystem Summit Pre-Recorded Podcasts

  • 2

    Age-Friendly Ecosystem Day 1 Presentations

    • Opening Remarks: Melissa Batchelor; Director, Center for Aging, Health and Humanities

    • Opening Remarks: Gail Kohn on behalf of Mayor Muriel Bowser

    • State of the Science on Aging: Kenneth Santora; Director, Division of Extramural Activities NIH/ NIA/ DHHS

    • How We Talk About Aging Matters: James Appleby; CEO, Gerontological Society of America

    • Age-Friendly Regional Framework: Chuck Bean; Council of Governments:

    • Age-Friendly Transportation: Christiaan Blake, on behalf of Paul Weidefeld; Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)

    • Abuse, Neglect, and Undue Influence: Deborah Royster; Assistant Director, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    • Age-Friendly Long-term Care Workforce: Ahnna Smith; Executive Director, Workforce Investment Council

    • Age-Friendly Universities: Andrew Flagel; President and CEO, Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area

    • Final Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks

  • 3

    Day 2: Age-Friendly Ecosystem Summit Presentations

    • Opening Remarks: Melissa Batchelor; Director, Center for Aging, Health and Humanities

    • Opening Remarks: Marc Elrich, Montgomery County County Executive

    • Home Sharing: Mary Hunter; Director of Housing Counseling Program, Housing Initiative Partnership, Inc.

    • Crimes Against Vulnerable Seniors: Debbie Feinstein; Chief, Maryland State's Attorney's Office

    • The CAPABLE Program: Sarah Reddinger and Rebecca Frese; Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland (HFHMM)

    • Emergency Assistance Voluntary Registry: Marci LeFevre; Age Friendly Program Lead, Department of Community Services City of Hyattsville

    • See Me at the Smithsonian: Robin Marquis and Amy Castine; Access Smithsonian

    • Age-Friendly Businesses: Gail Kohn; Coordinator, Age-Friendly DC

    • GrandPads: Terri Lynch; Director; Alexandria Division of Aging and Adult Services

    • Senior Ambassador Program: Mary Lee Anderson; Executive Director, Senior Services of Alexandria

    • Medication Safety for Older Arlingtonians: Michelle Thomas; VICAP Coordinator, Arlington Area Agency on Aging

    • Calling Angels: Rachel Coates; Arlington Agency on Aging/ Aging and Disability and Kim Peevy; Director of Team Member Communications for Hilton

    • Day 2 Closing Remarks

  • 4

    Program Evaluation: For Participation Certificate

    • Please complete the Program Evaluation

  • 5

    Post-Test for Continuing Education Credit

    • Please complete the Program Evaluation Form