Webinar: Elder Economic Disparity: The Problem and Workable Approaches – April 22

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Elder Economic Disparity: The Problem and Workable Approaches
April 22, 2016
2 pm3 pm Eastern

Economic insecurity is a real problem for many older adults who lack the money to have decent housing, affordable health care, food, and transportation. This economic insecurity can lead to homelessness, poor health, social isolation, malnutrition, and shorter life spans. Join the webinar to explore the extent of the problem, workable approaches, and the philanthropic approach to working with agencies to improve economic security.
Ramsey Alwin, Director, Thought Leadership – Financial Resilience, AARP
Roslyn Quarto, Executive Director, Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People
Naomi Stanhaus, Program Consultant, The Retirement Research Foundation
John Feather, PhD, Chief Executive Officer, Grantmakers In Aging

Sponsored by The John A. Hartford Foundation, and co-sponsors, The Retirement Research Foundation, AARP, and Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People

PLEASE NOTE: CEUs are not available for this session.

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Lead Agencies

Our partners include the following lead agencies: AARP Florida, Alliance for Aging, Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County, Health Foundation of South Florida, Miami-Dade County, Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization, United Way of Miami-Dade, and Urban Health Partnerships.

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