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Welcome to GIA's Webinar page, where you'll find information on GIA's own webinar series, "Conversations with GIA," as well as some webinars from our partners and members.

There is also a listing of archived webinars. To find a description and link to an archived webinar recording, click on the title in the list below. 
 

"Conversations with GIA"
 

Friday, January 27, 2017, 2:00-3:00pm. Conversations with GIA: Family Caregiving: New Horizons for Caring Across America. 
There are roughly 18 million family caregivers of older adults in the United States, who provide the majority of long-term care services and supports to their loved ones. The varied and increasingly complex roles of family caregivers – and the implications for social, health and economic realities of the families in question – have brought family caregiving to the forefront of public policy. This webinar will discuss a recent National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine report, Caring Across America; promising approaches; and some ways in which we all can play a role in the solution. Presenters: Donna Benton, PhD, Director, University of Southern California Family Caregiver Support Center; and Rani Snyder, MPA, Program Director, The John A. Hartford Foundation. Moderator: John Feather, PhD, Chief Executive Officer, Grantmakers In Aging. Co-Sponsored by Archstone Foundation, Grantmakers In Health, and The John A. Hartford Foundation. No CEUs are available for this webinar. Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1080444276562756611.


Webinar Archives

 

Fostering Dementia Friendly Communities

Improving Health Outcomes for Seniors in Rural Communities: Conversations with GIA

Age-Friendly Communities: The Economic Case: Conversations with GIA

Holocaust Survivors: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Aging in Place

Elder Economic Disparity: The Problem and Workable Approaches - "Conversations With GIA"

The Age Strong™ Initiative: A Private-Philanthropic Partnership Helping Grantmakers Increase Impact - "Conversations with GIA"

Reimagining Oral Healthcare for Our Nation's Seniors

Supporting Family Caregivers: A Look at State and National Trends - "Conversations with GIA."

Making Elder Justice a Reality: The Federal and Philanthropic Perspectives - "Conversations with GIA."

Addressing the Behavioral Health Needs of Older Adults - Co-sponsored by Grantmakers In Aging and Grantmakers in Health

Intergenerational Solutions for Building Stronger Communities

Strengthening the Gerontological Workforce - "Conversations with GIA"

Better Transportation for Older Adults

Making a Difference in Addressing the Graying of HIV and AIDS - "Conversations with GIA"

AFCC Program Strategies and Implementation – A Government Perspective

Lessons Learned in Rural Age-Friendly Communities

Helping seniors age in place: A collaboration between a local foundation, Habitat for Humanity & AARP - "Conversations with GIA"

Finding the Best Lead Agency to Make Your Community Age-Friendly

Supporting Military/Veteran Caregivers: An Aging Services Perspective - "Conversations with GIA"

Homelessness and Aging - "Conversations with GIA"

ReFraming Aging: Understanding and Changing the Way Americans Think about Aging - "Conversations with GIA"

Future of Nursing - "Conversations with GIA"

Sustainable Changes to Make Your Community Age-Friendly: What’s Possible?

Engaging decision-makers for a more sustainable Age-friendly City and Community

Age-Friendly Communities:  Which Government and Planning Organizations Should You Choose As Collaborators?

Financing Innovation - The LeverAge Program and GIA's Partnership Role - "Conversations with GIA"

Strategies and Tactics for Selling the Benefits of an Age-Friendly Community

Aging and Mental Health - "Conversations with GIA"

The Scaling Marketplace: A New Strategy Helping Funders Seeking to Achieve Large-Scale Impact - "Conversations with GIA."

How Our Eyes Age: The Impact on Everyday Life - "Conversations with GIA."

Connecting Generations Through Documentary and Intergenerational Tech Training - "Conversations with GIA."

How Do I Know What’s Right For My Community? Evidence of Effective and Replicable Age-Friendly Interventions

EngAGEment Initiative: Living Beyond Expectations - Shaping Communities for Living Longer

Why Create an Age-friendly Community? Evidence of Health and Community Improvements from Around the US - "Conversations with GIA." 

Building the Business Acumen of Community-Based Organizations for Successful Health Care Partnerships - "Conversations with GIA."

Political Environment of Age-Friendliness - "Conversations with GIA."

On Your Team - How Older Adults View Team Care and the Medical Home

Working Collaboratively to Prevent Elder Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation - "Conversations with GIA."

Building Resilience: Older Adults, Disasters and Philanthropy - "Conversations with GIA."

Longevity is Power…Economic Power - "Conversations with GIA."

SECF EngAGEment: Bracing for the Silver Tsunami

Training the Aging Services Field to Provide LGBT-Culturally Competent Care - "Conversations with GIA."

Smashing Silos in Philanthropy: The Benefits of Multi-issue Advocacy and Organizing

The Social and Economic Value of Senior Entrepreneurship: an EngAGEment Webinar from the Southeastern Council of Foundations

Scaling-Up: Connecting Effective Nonprofits to Capital: Part 2

Scaling-Up: Connecting Effective Nonprofits to Capital: Part 1

Why the Affordable Care Act Matters to Diverse Older People - "Conversations with GIA"

Medicare at a Crossroads

Addressing the Health Needs of LGBT Elders

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Powerful Tools for Elder Economic Wellbeing: Important New Resources for Funders - "Conversations with GIA."

Strange Partnerships: Bringing Together New Resources to Meet Critical Community Needs - "Conversations with GIA"

Advanced Old Age in America: What Can We Count On?

Department of Housing and Urban Development's Policy Priority on Housing and Services: Senior Housing Strategies

The Retirement Income Crisis and Social Security: Creating Story-Warriors to Win the Fight - "Conversations With GIA"

The Transformational Power of the Arts in Healthy Aging -"Conversations With GIA"

Finding New Roles and Purpose for the Aging Network in the Age of Managed Long Term Care Services and Supports - "Conversations With GIA"

Alzheimer's: Hope for the Future: New Developments in Research, Diagnosis, and Treatment for Alzheimer's Disease

New Engines for a New Economy: Advancing 50+ Self-Employment and Entrepreneurship - "Conversations with GIA"

The Elements of Age- and Ability-Friendly Communities (Part 1)

Philanthropy Building Age- and Ability-Friendly Communities (Part 2)

Social Impact Bonds: A Model for Aligning Investment, Risk, and Outcomes - "Conversations with GIA"

Aspire Arkansas – A Statewide Indicators Report. Part of the webinar series from the Southeast Council of Foundations

Elder Abuse: How Funders Can Make a Difference

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: Fostering Community Support

Perspectives from a Foundation and a Nonprofit - A Real World Example: Collaboration between Agencies in the Aging Space

Building a Movement to Transform Advanced Illness Care

Does Aging Really Count? The Plough Foundation Tells Its Story

Making Communities Age-Friendly

The Sequester: What 8% Automatic Cuts Would Mean for Aging Programs

The Boomer Explosion: A Creative Look at Aging and Communities

Tapping Mature Talent

Insights on Intergenerational Community Building - an EngAGEment webinar

The Cottages

Changes at the Administration on Aging: Impact on the Aging and Disability Networks

Diverse Elder Communities: Challenging Issues, Innovative Responses - "Conversations with GIA" 

Who Cares for Older Adults, and Who Improves and Teaches that Care? Workforce Implications for an Aging Society

Advanced Planning for Regular People

More with Less: Developing Innovative State-level Programs to Serve Older Persons in the Community

The Reauthorization of the Older Americans Act and the Federal Budget on Aging Programs: Why Philanthropy Should Care