NAIPC 2017 Annual Meeting

A unique event - a virtual national gathering



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October 5 PowerPoint Presentations

October 6 PowerPoint Presentations

  • Registration 
  • Sponsorship Opportunities


Agenda: Please notice we have intentionally left time between sessions for you to catch up on your calls, mail and desk work.

Thursday, October 5 

1:00-1:30 PM EST—Welcome.                 
Presentation of conference structure and goals.                
  • Marty Bell. Executive Director, NAIPC 
1:30-2:30 PM EST—Setting Up an Aging in Place Center in Your Community
What is an Aging in Place Center? How we are training Aging in Place Care Coordinators and creating a brand new occupation.
  • Holly-Rhodes Teague, Director, Suffolk County Agency on Aging
  • Shirley Coverdale, President & CEO, Family Community Life Center, Riverhead, NY 
  • Jacqueline Mondros, Vice President and Dean of Social Health, Stony Brook University 
  • Marty Bell, Executive Director, NAIPC   
3:30-4:30 PM EST—Models for Community Organization 
Who to work with. How to attract them.  Events that bring communities together.
  • Michael Marcus, Principal of Consultants, Community Resources, on  Asset Based Community Development
  • Jacquie Woodruff, Director of Livable Communities, Fairfax Agency on Aging on, The 50+ Action Plan    
4:30-5:00 PM EST—Virtual Networking: Open Line 
Ask any questions you want, talk with other attendees, meet the people you want to meet.   

Friday, October 6 

1:00-2:00 PM EST—Reaching Out to Residents 
How to attract older adults and their children in your community to utilize the services provided by the Aging in Place Center. 
  • Mary Furlong, Mary Furlong & Associates and What’s Next Boomer Summit, on where older adults get their marketing information
  • Lori Bitter, The Business of Aging, on where older adults get their marketing information
  • Natalie Galucia, Director, Village to Village Network, on finding a village in your community
  • Sarah Farmer, Research Scientist, Georgia Tech Research Institute, on the GTRI HomeLab, which tracks older adults aging in place outcomes
3:00-4:00 PM EST—How can NAIPC work with your organization locally and help you fulfill your mission? 
Conversations about collaboration with representatives from national Aging Organizations and government. 
  • Greg Olsen, Acting Director, New York State Agency on Aging 
  • Robert Blancato, President, Matz, Blancato and Associates, on American Society on Aging & AARP 
  • Amy Ford, Senior Director of Home Equity Initiatives and Social Accountability, National Council on Aging
4:00-4:30 PM EST—Next Steps
Conference summary, takeaways and goals for the immediate and long-term future.

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