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Date(s) - October 28, 2020
9:00 am - 10:15 am EDT
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on people of all ages, but specifically older adults. From isolation and loneliness, to environmental press and the future of healthcare in the home, join us on October 28th for a moderated discussion that will cover an array of topics relating to older adults and the pandemic.

Panelists:

Gail Kohn, World Health Organization Age-Friendly DC Coordinator | Gail is responsible to DC Mayor Muriel Bowser for implementing the city’s transformation to an easier jurisdiction in which to grow older. Throughout her career, Gail has planned and administered innovative residences and programs for people who have reached 60 and beyond.

Judy Berman, Ph.D. Executive Director, Capitol Hill Village | With her background in policy research and advocacy of a range of economic, social, and health-related issues in DC, Judy leads the Capitol Hill Village – an organization working to sustain and enrich the community of Capitol Hill residents for the long term.

Moderator:

Tama Duffy Day, FACHE, FIIDA, FASID, Principal, Gensler | Focused on the impact of design on health, Tama co-leads the Health & Wellness practice at the global architecture and designer firm, Gensler. She is a board member and volunteer with Capitol Hill Village and a member of Mayor Bowser’s Age-Friendly DC task force.

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