Aging 101 for Georgia: Translating Aging Research for the Public
Aging 101 for Georgia has been developed and produced to provide the key information people need to know about aging in Georgia. This video targets older adults and their adult children, as well as those who work with elders. It incorporates university experts on topics such as nutrition and caregiving, the Director of the Georgia Division of Aging Services, and a number of elders themselves, who share their wisdom and experiences.
The video can be accessed below and/or is also available as a free DVD, while supplies last, for those who do not use computers. Aging 101 for Georgia is a 90-minute video, but you can watch it a chapter at a time by clicking on the appropriate heading of interest below. You will also find an accompanying list of some of the very best free recommended web resources for those who need more information. To request a copy of the DVD, please email your name and address to the Institute of Gerontology.
Aging 101 for Georgia was conceptualized and directed by Dr. Anne Glass, Associate Director of the Institute of Gerontology in the College of Public Health, on behalf of a statewide collaborative initiative, the Gerontology Education and Training Alliance of Georgia (GET-AGE). The project was funded by a grant from Healthcare Georgia Foundation, and was produced through the University of Georgia's Center for Teaching and Learning in 2009.
Video (Aging 101 for Georgia)
- Physical Health & Normal Aging
- Healthy Eating
- Sunsreen, Sleep, & Healthy Habits
- Health Care
- Memory Loss
- Lifelong Learning
- Staying Connected
- Fight Ageism
- Planning Ahead
- Home Modifications
- Medicare & Medicaid
- Aging Network
- Adjusting to Change
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