Tuesday, March 15
1:00 – 2:30 pm EST
Register for the webinar.
During this webinar, ACL will present findings from a study on the role and economic value of volunteers in ACL-funded programs that provide home- and community-based and long-term care services for older adults (i.e., Older Americans Act Title III programs and Title VII Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program and State Health Insurance Assistance Program). In addition, program grantees will discuss the ways they use volunteers and innovative strategies they have implemented during the pandemic for using volunteers and mitigating the impact of having fewer volunteers.
Caryn Bruyere, MA
Office of Performance and Evaluation, Administration for Community Living, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Anne Leopold, MSc
Senior Project Manager
New Editions Consulting, Inc.
Gilbert Gimm, PhD
Health Administration and Policy, George Mason University
Vice President, Marketing & Development
Modern Maturity Center
Lynn "Vince" Abramo
Strategy and Development Director
Sue Shearer, RN, BSN, CFCS
SHIBA Volunteer Coordinator, Enhance Wellness Nurse, Certified Foot Care Nurse
Edmonds Waterfront Center
Volunteer Services Supervisor
Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long Term Care
Jason Burnett, PhD
District Director; Houston (TX) District Adult Protective Services Board; Co-Director, Texas Elder Abuse and Mistreatment Institute (TEAM), University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
The webinar is hosted by the Office of Performance and Evaluation, Administration for Community Living, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, by New Editions Consulting, Inc. For questions, contact Anne Leopold.