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From: Gretchen Luhr <gluhr@pdx.edu>

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[Ioa_certificate_students] Reminder! Brown Bag, February 1, 12-1pm: The Housing That Works Initiative

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January 29, 2010 1:38:04 PM PST

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<geroclub@lists.pdx.edu> 1 Attachment, 0.2 KB You are invited to the following brown

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You are invited to the following brown bag presentation:

Aging Matters: Locally and Globally

Introducing the Housing That Works Initiative

Paula Carder, Assistant Professor, Institute on Aging, School of Community Health

Andree Tremoulet, Research Associate, Institute on Aging

Jenny Weinstein, Graduate Research Assistant, Institute on Aging

Monday, February 1, 2010

12pm – 1pm

Room 411, Urban Center

506 SW Mill Street

Bring your lunch!

In 2008, the IOA received a gift from alumni Michael DeShane and Keren Brown Wilson. Their goal was to fund research, education, and service on the topic of vulnerable elders who live in urban communities, both locally and globally. This symposium presents the work completed thus far on the local aspect of the initiative which focuses on living arrangements and supportive services for low-income older adults in Portland. We invite you to take part in shaping the work we do over the next 18 months of this initiative including developing new research, bringing this topic into the classroom, and collaborating with community partners. If you are interested in the housing needs of low-income seniors, how vulnerable seniors stay in their homes, the local supportive service network, or community-based learning, please plan to attend this session.

Hosted by the Gerontology Association of Portland State University

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PSU Institute on Aging

For questions, please contact Gretchen Luhr at gluhr@pdx.edu