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Social work response to the White House Conference on Aging

from issues to actions

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Published by Haworth Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Older people -- Services for -- United States -- Congresses.,
    • Social work with older people -- United States -- Congresses.,
    • Older people -- United States -- Congresses.,
    • Older people -- Government policy -- United States -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementConstance Corley Saltz, editor.
      GenreCongresses.
      ContributionsSaltz, Constance Corley.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV1461 .S569 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 107 p. ;
      Number of Pages107
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL670157M
      ISBN 100789003325
      LC Control Number97016058
      OCLC/WorldCa37004382

      official forum, called “The White House Conference on Aging,” has created a focal point for policy dialogue, a pres-idential platform to bring the highest level of political visibility to challenges and solutions in aging, and a year blueprint for policy and social action. The first White House Conference on Aging in covered “20 areas.   The White House Conference on Aging is an opportunity to recognize the importance of these key programs as well as to look ahead to the issues that will help shape the landscape for older Author: Michael Hodin.

        The White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA), to be held this summer, is a work in progress with great and promising potential. It will be the sixth Conference on Aging in history, the second one held this century, and aims to shape aging policy for the next decade. One of the four issue areas of focus for the Conference is healthy aging.   In preparation for the White House Conference on Aging starting today, Seniors Speak Out’s Nona Bear spoke with Bob Blancato, a long-time advocate for older Americans who has been involved in the past three White House Conferences on Aging, twice in leadership roles. Below is the second part of the two part conversation.

      This quote from the White House Conference on Aging Final Report sums up what ought to happen for every older American: Moving forward, we need to appreciate our demographic changes, collaborate across sectors, focus renewed efforts on paid and unpaid caregiving and, most importantly, foster a cultural change in Americans’ attitudes about aging.   The White House Conference on Aging will take place on Monday, July 13th. COVID | Use Social Distancing to Slow the Spread | Ad Council PSA - Duration:


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Social Work Response to the White House Conference on Aging offers unique insight on how autonomy and beneficence can be restored to elderly persons through their participation in the home, the workplace, the community, and larger : Constance Saltz Corley. Social Work Response to the White House Conference on Aging: 1st (First) Edition [Constance Saltz Corley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

ContentsPreface Chapter 1. Social Work Response to the White House Conference on Aging Chapter 2. Productive Aging: White House Conference on Aging, Challenges for Public Policy and Social Work Practice Chapter 3. Quality of Life for the Elder: A Reality or an Illusion.

Chapter 4. Social Work Response to the White House Conference on Aging Article in Journal of Gerontological Social Work 27(3) October with 4 Reads How we measure 'reads'. NASW concurs with the White House’s holistic conceptualization of healthy aging as encompassing physical function and mental, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being.

The association’s specific comments, organized in response to the discussion question on page 7 of the WHCoA Healthy Aging policy brief, follow.

The basic outcome of the White House Conference on Aging con-sists of such statements and recommendations, covering 20 areas bearing on the trends, conditions, and issues affecting America's senior citizens. The Special Committee on Aging believes this part.

25 Years After the White House Aging Conference, Where We Are Now A look at the goals that were met and ones still needing to reach fruition By Bob Blancato Elder Advocate May 5. and territories. The official website of White House Conference on Aging cited that WhiteHouse Conference on Aging is decennial events designed to develop recommendations for additional research and action in the field of aging.

Over the course of 21st Century, approximately 35 conferences carrying the name of the White House have been Size: 2MB. About the Conference.

The White House Conference on Aging was J marked the 50th anniversary of Medicare, Medicaid, and the Older Americans Act, as well as the 80th anniversary of Social Security.

The White House Conference on Aging The White House has held a Conference on Aging every decade, beginning into identify and advance actions to improve the quality of life of older Americans.

Inthe United States marked the 50th anniversaries of Medicare, Medicaid, and the Older Americans Act, asFile Size: 8MB. Social Workers Provide Input at White House Conference on Aging By Frank Chris Herman, LICSW, Lisa Krinsky, LICSW, and Kathy Kuhn, LICSW J uly 13 marked the sixth White House Conference on Aging (WHCoA.) This event has taken place each decade since the s to identify and advance successfully nominated social workers to participate in.

CONA believes that the proposed Resolution will bring attention to this important forum and strongly convey APA’s position that the contributions of psychology are critical to the health and well-being of older people and therefore need to be a central part of the agenda of the White House Conference.

The White House Conference on Aging (WHCoA) is a once-a-decade conference sponsored by the Executive Office of the President of the United States which makes policy recommendations to the president and Congress regarding the aged.

The first of its kind, the goals of the conference are to promote the dignity, health and economic security of older Americans. And, in fact, it's not a conference on aging at all. It should be called the White House Conference on Senior Care.

So let's put the aging back in this aging conference, and use it to prompt new, innovative thinking on ways that this massive, unprecedented transformation can become the foundation for the third American : Michael Hodin.

The conference focused on four issues: healthy aging, long term services and supports, elder justice, and retirement security.

Adriane Berg from Generation Bold Radio summed up what happened quite well: Every 10 years, leaders in the field of aging gather in Washington D.C.

to attend the White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA). Advocating for Diverse Elders at the White House Conference on Aging.

The White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) is an important milestone event in the aging advocacy arena. Held only once every 10 years, it brings together policymakers, federal agency representatives, advocates, and leaders from the community to identify issues of concern and policy solutions to improve the lives of Older.

The White House Conference on Aging Final Report. As comes to an end, it is time for us to reflect on the events of the last year and to look toward the work still ahead of us.

We are pleased to share the final report (PDF) for the White House Conference on Aging that summarizes the work of this eventful year as well as the feedback we have received in the course of carrying it out.

Social Security: Federal program into which workers contribute through a monthly payroll tax on their income. Medicaid: A federal and state means-tested program of medical assistance for low-income adults, regardless of age. Medicare: the social insurance program, part of the Social.

Transitions to Hospice Care — Social Workers Foster Meaningful Conversations About Dying Older Adult Bullying — How Social Workers Can Help Establish Zero Tolerance Aging in Place in the Village — Social Work Roles Shine. FACT SHEET: The White House Conference on Aging Empowering All Americans as We Age Today, the President will host the White House Conference on Aging, which focuses on the issues facing Americans as they plan for retirement, care for older loved ones, and work to improve our quality of life as we age.

Next Monday, J the White will host its 5th Conference on Aging, as it has once every decade sinceto identify and advance actions to improve the quality of life of older marks the 50th anniversary of Medicare, Medicaid, and the Older Americans Act, as well as the 80th anniversary of Social Security, the White House Conference on Aging is an opportunity to.Next week's White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) seems destined to be little more than an exercise in benign neglect of the growing economic problems of today's and tomorrow's seniors.

But it doesn't have to be this : Eric Kingson.On behalf of the Governor’s Commission on Senior Services and our conference planning partners, I would like to thank you for your participation today at the Oregon White House Conference on Aging (WHCoA).

We are interested in capturing our collective priorities, concerns and ideas in a fast paced and full day of work together.