Late in March providers and professionals in Georgia's aging network spent a day identifying solutions and new best practices for building, and sustaining, a robust workforce for the aging network. With almost 100 people in the room, administrators, educators, millennials, and more seasoned workers, shared ideas, successes, and smart failures, for attracting the best and brightest to pursue careers in aging network.
In addition to panel presentations, table top break-out sessions focused on education, policy, nursing, direct care, and home care.
Speaker presentations are available here.
The convening partners for the event, the Atlanta Regional Commission, Georgia Gerontology Society, LeadingAge Georgia, Thanks Mom & Dad Fund®, and Work Source Georgia, are already discussing topics for another event next year.