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Start time
11:00 AM Pacific
End time
12:00 PM Pacific

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Includes complimentary CEs

If you require ADA accommodation to participate in this web seminar, please contact us at your earliest convenience to make arrangements –

Our aging population is growing as people are living longer. More people are living past the age of 84 than ever recorded, yet many are aging alone without regular social support. Social services and healthcare systems are already taxed beyond measure. This session will examine ways in which virtual social and learning programming can provide options for those who wish to age in place.

Participants will leave the webinar knowing:

  • The physical and mental benefits to staying socially connected and mentally stimulated
  • How virtual programming can be a viable solution to provide both socialization and mental stimulation to homebound individuals
  • Understanding why CBO's and NPO's must continue to seek solutions to address social isolation and loneliness in the senior population and how community partnerships can be the path forward
  • What criteria is needed to launch and support a technology-based virtual program;
  • How to partner to create successful programming How to measure success of a virtual platform technology-based social, learning platform for homebound seniors


Amber Carroll, MA, Director, Well Connected, Covia Communities
Maureen Feldman, MA, Director, Social Isolation Impact Project, Motion Picture & Television Fund