National Aging Conference to Feature PHI Experts on the Direct-Care Worker Shortage, Training Needs, and New Roles in Coordinated Care Models, and Person-Centered Care for People with Dementia
Bronx, NY — PHI staff will be sharing their expertise during four sessions at the annual conference of the American Society on Aging (ASA) in Chicago next week.
The dates and topics of the sessions in which PHI staff is presenting at the ASA's 2015 Aging in America Conference will be:
Peggy Powell, PHI National Director, Workforce and Curriculum Development, and Carol Rodat, PHI New York State Policy Director, with Penny Feldman and Miriam Ryvicker of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York Center for Home Care Policy and Research
Anna Ortigara and nine other presenters, including Kathy Greenlee, Administrator of the Administration for Community Living and Assistant Secretary for Aging
Tameshia Bridges-Mansfield, PHI Midwest Director, and Clare Luz of Michigan State University
To learn more about the direct-care workforce (nursing assistants, home health aides, and personal care aides), which provides 70 percent of the hands-on long-term care to elders and people with disabilities, visit the PHI website.
More information about the ASA conference is available online.
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PHI (Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute) works to transform eldercare and disability services. We foster dignity, respect, and independence — for all who receive care, and all who provide it. The nation's leading authority on the direct-care workforce, PHI promotes quality direct-care jobs as the foundation for quality care (www.PHInational.org).
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