On Tuesday, June 12, 2018, the New Jersey Foundation for Aging (NJFA) presents its 20th Annual Conference to advance new approaches for serving older adults.
Intended for professionals working in public and private community-based programs serving caregivers or seniors, advocates, planners and health and human services personnel, this year’s NJFA convening focuses on Models, Policies and Prescriptions for Healthy Aging. Participants will explore the history, design and impact of the American with Disabilities Act, in addition to the protections provided by the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination; the National Village Movement and various village movement program models; housing policy updates and recommendations, and more. View workshop details
The NJFA’s Annual Conference seeks to provide educational opportunities for professionals in the aging network, including senior centers, senior housing, adult daycare programs, respite programs, home health, hospitals, assisted living and nursing home settings. It is presented with support from Parker Home Long-Term Living Community, the Silver Century Foundation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Felician University Institute for Gerontology, the Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation and Johnson & Johnson.