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Translating Evidence-Based Practices to Community Settings for People Aging with Disabilities and their Caregivers: Gaps and Opportunities

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST, February 04, 2016   |   Organized by: Administration for Community Living (ACL)

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Translating Evidence-Based Practices to Community Settings for People Aging with Disabilities and their Caregivers

Please join the Administration for Community Living for a webinar, “Translating Evidence-Based Practices to Community Settings for People Aging with Disabilities and their Caregivers: Gaps and Opportunities” on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016: 1:00 to 2:30pm (ET).

Meeting agenda:

  • Introductory remarks from ACL, Margaret Campbell, NIDILRR Office of Research Sciences and Elena Fazio, Office of Performance and Evaluation

  • Setting the Context, Ruth Brannon, NIDILRR Office of Research Sciences

  • Translating a Wellness Promotion Intervention for Individuals with Aging with Physical Disabilities: State of the Science and Next Steps, Ivan Molton, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington

  • Translating Evidence-Based Dementia Caregiving Interventions into Practice: State-of-the-Science and Next Steps, Laura Gitlin, PhD, Professor and Director, Center for Innovative Care in Aging, Johns Hopkins University

  • ACL Comments and Group Discussion

In order to participate, we ask that you send your RSVP to Lan Marshall at Lan.Marshall@acl.hhs.gov.  Space is limited; please RSVP before 2/1/16.  You will receive an Outlook meeting invitation with Webex and conference call information upon your reply.




Registration Dates

Jan 27 - Feb 01, 2016

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