Caught in the Middle: The Aging Population, the Caregiver Shortage, and the Way Forward
Speaker: Robyn I. Stone, DrPH, Senior Vice President for research at LeadingAge and Co-Director of the LeadingAge LTSS Center at UMass Boston.
Date: Thursday, May 31st
Time: 10-11AM PT / 11AM-12PM MT / 12-1PM CT / 1-2PM ET
The RUSH Center of Excellence in Aging and Schaalman Senior Voices welcome Dr. Robyn Stone, DrPH presenting Caught in the Middle: The Aging Population, the Caregiver Shortage, and the Way Forward. A noted researcher and leading authority on aging and long-term policy, Dr. Stone will be speaking about the home care workforce challenges and implications for the healthcare system and older adults themselves. Robyn Stone, DrPH is the Senior Vice President of Research at LeadingAge and Co-Director of LeadingAge LTSS at UMass in Boston.
- Upon completion of this activity participants should be able to:
Understand and identify the importance of the current workforce infrastructure and workforce shortage in Aging Services
- Address stereotypes of the Aging Services’ current workforce
- Discuss feasible and sustainable solutions to the workforce crisis in Aging Services
The event will be held live in the Searle Conference Center, Brainard Room (543) at RUSH University Medical Center Professional Building and virtually via Zoom and the RUSH Generations YouTube Channel.
Lunch will be available for the first 100 people present 1.0 CE/CNE/CME unit will be offered.
Please register HERE.