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How Can Reframing Aging Help Us Talk About Long-Term Care

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100 - 500
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09 Dec 2020

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Annual
Next edition likely in Dec 2021
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In this session, the American Geriatrics Society (AGS) will share key learnings from its work with the FrameWorks Institute and the Leaders of Aging .. Read more Organization to reframe how we all think about and act upon aging and long-term care as a social construct. By looking critically at how communication strategies even down to individual word choices—can activate positive (or negative) frames for our members and the people they serve, the session will help all health specialties adjust to the reality of providing care that not only meets but also embraces the long-term care needs of us all as we age.

Highlights

  • Explore ways that disciplines like geriatrics, gerontology etc
  • Build an understanding for the value of new narratives
  • Identify perceptual gaps that may impede colleagues, executives, policymakers, and even the public
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Daniel Trucil

Daniel Trucil

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