Governor Walz’s Executive Order Establishing the Council on Age-Friendly Minnesota.
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Join the discussion - help us bridge research and practice in the field of aging.
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This year’s conference experience offers unprecedented engagement – leveraging YOUR wisdom to achieve our shared goal of an Age-Friendly MN.
Minnesota’s Age-Friendly Movement requires a collective effort across the state, the community, and you. Join your network of aging services leaders and be a part of the conversation, the solution, and the commitment as we realize an age-friendly state – together.
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Creating and sustaining communities that are age-friendly is a realistic and promising approach to supporting physical, cognitive, mental and social health in later life. You will learn the steps necessary to advance community participation that will help to promote more evidence-informed age-friendly policies and practices.
Dana Burr Bradley completed her Ph.D. from Carnegie-Mellon University as a Rockefeller Foundation Humanities Fellow and has worked extensively on long-term care, generational and longevity economy policy issues. Most recently she has worked in close collaboration with the World Health Organization on strategies to make communities both age-friendly and great places to retire. Dr. Bradley is a fellow of the Gerontological Society of America and the Academy for Gerontology in Higher Education. She has served as the past president of the Southern Gerontological Society and secretary of the Gerontological Society of America.