LLL Aging Module 5 - Building Advocacy & Support - 2.5 Credit Hours
Policy & Advocacy * Personal Responsibility & The Power of Ikigai
Learn, Love & Leverage Aging Module 5-
WHAT DOES THE COURSE COVER?
Dan Levitt- Overcoming Ageism & Staying Active
Aging is beautiful, healthy and we need to learn to accept it and embrace it. Learn about how to overcome ageism, stay active, engaged and healthy.
Anne Tumlinson- DC Aging Policy & the Power of Daughterhood
Caregivers are doing the hard work of being the primary care managers for very frail, high-need older adults. It’s reasonable to expect that you can’t do it all by yourself. Connecting to a support system is a critical resource for you.
Tiffany Matthews- If you are a Caregiver- You ARE an Advocate!
Understanding The Patient or Caregiver Role in Healthcare and How to Assert Your Power in the Healthcare System.
Cullen Hayashida- The Power of "Ikigai" for Active Aging
Discover the importance of having a cross section of purpose, called Ikigai by the Japanese as a powerful tool for older adults to navigate the next stages of life.
Joy Loverde- Who Will Take Care of Me When I'm Old?
Get inspired to "get real!" Joy reminds us all that aging is not something that is going away anytime soon, and getting proactive is critical both for ourselves and to manage our aging parents effectively.
Age Without Borders exclusively interviewed all speakers for their video sessions, so you won’t find this content anywhere else. We have been told this is the most "Un-Boring" and useful course you can find for extended education hours regardless of profession.
Age Without Borders creates digital products in the aging industry from courses to Master Classes. Kari Henley has over 25 years experience in facilitation, instructional design, virtual education, and community building, and has been leading digital events in longevity. Judy Rough has been running businesses related to aging and longevity for over a decade and is an expert in developing content and materials for professionals working with older adults.