The Genesis of Senior Planet
When starting Senior Planet, Kamber first developed a training methodology based on a “theory of change” model, and wrote a 30-hour basic curriculum. The aim was to have an impact on five key aspects of elders’ lives: creativity, civic and social engagement, health and financial security.
Evaluation and Accountability Are Key
The Work Goes On
Editor’s Note: This article appears in the September/October, 2017, issue of Aging Today, ASA’s bi-monthly newspaper covering issues in aging research, practice and policy nationwide. ASA members receive Aging Today as a member benefit; non-members may purchase subscriptions at our online store.