Georgetown University’s M.S. Aging & Health Program goes beyond geriatrics to the study of aging well in today’s society. We are training the next generation of leaders in the field of aging. Through multidisciplinary training, theory, economics, policy, and the human experience of aging; the program examines how society can construct a healthier understanding of aging and build a more age-integrated society.
We will host additional events this semester:
- Feb. 11, 6pm-7pm ET, Aging & Health Information Webinar (new window)
- Feb. 12, 11:30am-11:50am, Aging & Health Program Information Meeting (new window)
- Feb. 12, 12pm-1:30pm ET, “Dying Better in America” Seminar (new window), Bill Novelli, Georgetown University, Professor and Founder, Business for Impact
- March 5, 12pm-1:30pm ET, “Creative Engagement in Senior Living” Seminar (new window), Caroline Edasis, LCPC, ATR-BC, Director of Creative Arts for Mather
- March 19, “ (new window)Who’s Helping Caregivers and Homecare Aids? Protecting the Health of Personal Care Attendants,” (new window) Rosemary Sokas, MD, Professor of Human Science at Georgetown University’s School of Nursing and Health Studies, Professor of Family Medicine,
- April 9, Anne Basting, PhD, “Creative Care: the Power of Connecting Through Imagination, Joy, and Wonder,” (new window) Author, McArthur Fellow, Founder of TimeSlips, Professor of Theatre, the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee