The Knee Center Positive Aging Initiative

Continuing Education Program in

Social Work and Counseling



2017 CE Series 




The Knee Positive Aging Initiative: 

Workforce of the Future Study Design, Preliminary  
Findings, and Next Steps




Friday, June 23, 2017 

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

(Bring your own lunch.)



Panel Presentations by:
 
Mary Brinkley, LeadingAge OK
Alisa West Cahill, Positive Aging Initiative
Lance Robertson, Director of Aging Services 
William Whited, State Long-Term Care Ombudsman
 
 
By 2030, the number of people in Oklahoma 65 or older is expected to increase by over 203,700 and the number of people 85 and older is expected to increase by nearly 25,000.   The Knee Positive Aging Initiative is a multi-faceted effort that seeks to identify current and projected challenges and opportunities within the state's aging services infrastructure, synthesize information, and in partnership with stakeholders, strategically develop research-informed policy and practice designed to help Oklahomans age well.  Through a panel format, workshop attendees will hear from Alisa West Cahill about the Knee Positive Aging Initiative, which is grounded in a Workforce of the Future Study, wherein a review of the need,  study design, and preliminary findings will be highlighted.   Aging services experts,  Mary Brinkley, Lance Robertson, and William Whited, all practicing at a macro level in the state of Oklahoma, will share insights and expertise from the field through a discussion on principal workforce challenges and systemic change considerations.    
 
 
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

(Bring your own lunch.)

1.5 hours of CEU credit available





Location: 
Anne and Henry Zarrow

J.J. Rhyne Community Room   
Workforce of the 
Future in Aging







(Free Event)





Refreshments and snacks will be provided.


The University of Oklahoma Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work | 700 Elm Avenue | Norman | OK | 73019