Eldercare: Diverse Perspectives and Diverse Needs

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Eldercare: Diverse Perspectives and Diverse Needs

We are all invited to join the UNC Partnership in Aging Program for its inaugural Diversity in Aging Symposium!

The Symposium will be held virtually on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 1:00 pm – 2:15pm. Registration is free and open to the public.

The focus of this event will be Eldercare: Diverse Perspectives and Diverse Needs.  Click HERE to register. Zoom link will be forwarded with registration confirmation

The Diversity in Aging Symposium is designed to spark conversation about contemporary issues in aging. For our first event, we are addressing the intersection of aging, race, ethnicity and eldercare. We will discuss these topics with representatives of community agencies that serve historically marginalized populations of older adults.

The Diversity in Aging Symposium is designed to spark conversation about contemporary issues in aging. For our first event, we are addressing the intersection of aging, race, ethnicity and eldercare. We will discuss these topics with representatives of communit Zoom link will be forwarded with registration confirmation.

Opening Remarks: Dr. Tamara Baker, UNC Department of Psychiatry 

Panel Featuring: Carolina Avary, Piedmont Health | Chasity Hunt, Carolina Compassion Care in Lumberton | Kathy Atwater, Marian Cheek Jackson Center | Linda Kim, Evergreen Adult Day Care

THIS EVENT IS SPONSORED BY: UNC Partnerships in Aging Program (PiAP)

IN COLLABORATION WITH: The UNC School of Nursing, The UNC School of Social Work, The Gillings School of Global Public Health, and  The Department of Allied Health Sciences, School of Medicine

2020-12-17T16:06:28-05:00
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