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Homelessness 201: Understanding Service Options to Support At-Risk Older Adults on ZOOM
December 2 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmCEUs offered: 2
Helping an older adult out of homelessness goes beyond finding them housing. Critical services and supports are needed to help an older adult age in place in the home of their choice. Do you know where to find these services? Join us in a panel discussion to expand your knowledge of older adult services and how they can support at-risk older adults in your community.
Amanda Schindele has worked at the Central Minnesota Council on Aging as a Contract Manager for 8 years. She works with 20 providers throughout 14 counties who provider services such as Legal Assistance, Homemaker, Chore Services, Assisted Transportation, Evidenced Based Health Promotions, Caregiver Consultation and Home Delivered Meals to older adults 60 and over.
Mary Quirk is the Executive Director of the Living at Home Network (LAHN), a network of 32 small nonprofits across Minnesota that use a community based approach to help older adults with in-home services. LAHN programs are in rural communities in Northwest, West Central, Central, Northeast and Southeast Minnesota as well in the Metro
How to register: This training has been subsidized by a generous grant from Open Your Heart. You may register more than 1 person at a time and note the names in the space provided. I will send out the Zoom link to participants the day prior to the training.