Presenter(s):  Kelly A. Laflamme
Date: July 13, 2021 at 12pm CT

It’s time to tell a new story about aging!

We invite you to join the Reframing Aging Initiative for a series of six one-hour webinars to learn how to tell a new story – the whole story- of aging. This story explains that good ideas know no age limit, and that experience and wisdom can be tapped to benefit us all.

The Reframing Aging Initiative is a long-term social change endeavor designed to improve the public’s understanding of what aging means and the many ways that older people contribute to our society. This greater understanding will counter ageism and guide our nation’s approach to ensuring supportive policies and programs for us all as we move through the life course.

Led by the nation’s leading aging organizations, the Reframing Aging Initiative is powered by research. We need you to become involved! Come learn how this initiative is engaging leaders like you, sharing tested communication tools, and teaching us all how to tell a new story. For more information about the initiative, visit us at

Note: Because each webinar in this series does build on the previous one, we encourage you to attend every webinar.  Following this series, interested people will have the opportunity to apply for additional in-depth training on the reframing aging communication strategy. More information on upcoming opportunities will be provided.

Please share with colleagues who would like to join!

Rush University designates this live activity for (6) Continuing Education credits.

Attendees must attend all sessions to receive full credit.

Put Out to Pasture: Confronting the Injustice of Ageism (July 13th)
Faculty: Kelly Laflamme, MPA (confirmed)
Consultant to the Reframing Aging Initiative
National Reframing Aging Facilitator

Description: Everyday ageism holds back our communities by limiting our participation as we age. Yet this very real problem often goes unrecognized and underreported. Join us for this fifth webinar to learn how you can confront ageism with thoughtful and deliberate justice-oriented messages.

• Develop your skill to define ageism and identify everyday examples
• Understand implicit bias and its connection to ageism in society
• Practice developing justice-oriented communications