Community programs that serve millions of older adults across the country have been forced to cancel in-person physical activity and wellness programming due to the coronavirus. As a result, older adults are spending more time at home, are less active, and more socially isolated. Building on their existing networks, programs across the country have adapted their outreach to help older adults remain active and healthy at home. This webinar will include a panel of representatives from national community-based organizations who will share various ways they have adapted to support older adults at home
Note: You will receive a certificate for 1.5 contact hours only. We do not offer CEUS from any specific state. However, can contact your state and submit a request for CEU approval. This is assuming your state awarded CEUs for the small number of contact hour provided by this webinar.
Colleen Hergott, PT, DPT, GCS, CEEAA, Assistant Professor Augusta University - Colleen is actively involved in the Exercise is Medicine (EIM) initiative, which promotes physical activity assessment and promotion as a standard in clinical care. She has developed a close relationship with her local Area Agency on Aging to promote physical activity and fall prevention programs in the community. She currently serves as a member of the APTA Geriatrics-NCOA task force, which seeks to promote health and wellness for older adults by buidling partnerships to create a continuum of care. Dr. Hergott is an assistant professor in the department of Physical Therapy at Augusta University. She is a Geriatric Clinical Specialist, Certified Exercise Expert for the Aging Adult (CEEAA), and ACSM Clinical Exercise Physiologist. She currently practices in skilled nursing and performs executive wellness (fitness) assessments in the community.
Paige Denison, Director of Health, Wellness & Project Enhance, Sound Generations; Chair, Evidence Based Leadership Collaborative
Heather Hodge, M.Ed, Senior Director, Community Health, YMCA of the USA.
Beth Rohrer, PT, DPT, OSC, CEEAA, Senior Medical Director of PT/OT Services at Tivity Health
Jennifer L. Tripken, EdD, Associate Director, Center for Healthy Aging, National Council on Aging
Tiffany E. Shubert, PT, PhD, Founder & Clinical Architect, Shubert Consulting
Lori Schrodt, PT, MS, PhD, Professor, Western Carolina University
Jennifer C. Sidelinker, PT, DPT, GCS, Vice President - Falls Risk Management, Genesis HealthCare