Master Class : Engagement Interventions and Promising Practices
On March 31st EAPO held its second Master Class that provided a unique opportunity to learn from specialists in the field of aging, through engaging and interactive discussions.
The Master Class was tailored to bringing like-minded stakeholders from various disciplines and sectors together, to advance their skills and knowledge. New evidence-based tools and innovative programs were shared that provide practical, actionable strategies for responding and intervening in instances of ageism and elder abuse.
JENNY MANCHESTER, Communications Manager, UK Campaign to End Loneliness
Campaign to End Loneliness
LISA BRANCACCIO, Knowledge Broker for Age Friendly Communities
Age-friendly communities as an approach to combat ageism
JENNIFER RAYNER, Director of Research and Evaluation with Alliance for Healthier Communities
Prescribing Social Support and Connectedness
SARAH VERSTEEG, Programs Co-Developer/Research Consultant with Lonely No More & Connectedness Coaching Programs
Empowering Individual and Community Resiliency and Engagement Through Older Adult Led Rural Initiatives
JIM CLOSS, Age Safe Canada, National Director
The Kitchen Table Chat