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Monday Lunch hour Seminars on Aging – 12noon to 1PM – March and April Schedule

elderly couple walking with arms around one anotherJoin us! All seminars are free and open to the public.

March 5, 2012: Increasing Opportunities for Arts-Based Interventions in Long Term Care
Jackie Eaton, M.S. – Gerontology, College of Nursing
*College of Social Work – W.S. Goodwill Bldg. Community Room, Monday – noon to 1PM

March 19th, 2012: Changing Long-Term Care – A Culture Change
Diedra Kearny, Director of Community Education at Dignity Home Health & Hospice
and President of the Utah Elder Abuse Prevention Coalition
HSEB 2120 Monday – noon to 1PM

March 26th, 2012: Challenges and Priorities of Aging Issues in Salt Lake County
Sarah Brenna, Director of Salt Lake County Aging Services
*College of Social Work – W.S. Goodwill Bldg. Community Room, Monday – noon to 1PM

April 2nd, 2012: Caregiver Support
Charise Jensen, Assistant Program Manager, Community Care Transitions Salt Lake County Aging Services
*College of Social Work – W.S. Goodwill Bldg. Community Room, Monday – noon to 1PM

Week of April 9th-13th, 2012: Careers in Aging Week & Career Fair — *College of Social Work – W.S. Goodwill Bldg. Community Room

April 9th, 2012: AARP Perspectives on Aging Issues, Alan Ormsby and Laura Polacheck – AARP
*College of Social Work – W.S. Goodwill Bldg. Community Room, Monday – noon to 1PM

April 16th 2012: Autism Spectrum Disorder: Intergenerational Issues
Val’ D’Astous and Scott Wright, Ph.D. – Gerontology, College of Nursing
**College of Social Work – W.S. Goodwill Bldg. Community Room, Monday – 12:30 to 1:30PM

Seminars are sponsored by the Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program, College of Social Work; and the W.D. Goodwill Initiatives in Aging and University of Utah Center on Aging.

For more information contact:

  • Scott Wright, Ph.D. – scott.wright@hsc.utah.edu – (801)-585-9542
  • Fran Wilby, L.C.S.W., Ph.D. – frances.wilby@socwk.utah.edu – (801)-585-9276
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