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Presentations and Handouts: 2016 Wisconsin Aging Network Conference

Available: Fri. General, A1, A3, A4, A6, A7, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, C1, C2, C3, C4, C6, C7, C8, D2, D3, D4, D6, D7, E2, E3, E5, E6, and E8 (bolded).

Keynote Session

Friday Keynote Session: Lynn Breedlove
Presentation

Workshops

A1. An Ounce of Prevention Is Cheaper Than a Pound of Long-Term Care
Lead Presenter: Abramson, Betsy
Presentation

A2. Accommodating Participants’ Hearing Loss In Your Programs—Both With and Without Technology
Lead Presenter: Aumanstal, Mason

A3. Collaborative Partnerships Lead to Sustainability of Memory Cafés
Lead Presenter: Hagen, Chris
Presentation

A4. Programs. Planning. Participants. Senior Centers Share Their Most Innovative Ideas!
Lead Presenter: Kranz, Jill
Handout

A5. Safe Routes to Life! How Cycling Without Age Changes Lives
Lead Presenter: Krumenauer, Benjamin

A6. Exploring Sous Vide Cooking
Presenter: Slimak, Alex
Presentation

A7. Sip & Swipe Cafés
Lead Presenter: VanKampen, Pam
Presentation

A8. Sexuality, Intimacy, and Aging
Presenter: Ramey, Melanie



B1. Financial Elder Abuse: Keep the Golden Years in the Green
Lead Presenter: Fedler, Lindsay
Presentation

B2. Mind & Memory Matters: Early Detection and Diagnosis of Dementia for Persons With Intellectual Disabilities
Lead Presenter: Gundlach, Jeremy
Presentation
Handout 1
Handout 2

B3.  Grandparents and Relative Caregivers: Challenges and Solutions When Parenting a Second Time
Lead Presenter:  Mahoney, Jane
Presentation
Family Law Glossary of GRC Terms

B4. What Is the Disrupt Aging Movement?
Lead Presenter: Marks Dicks, Helen
Presentation

B5. Aging Mastery Program (AMP)
Lead Presenter: VanKampen, Pam
Presentation

B6. Powerful Impact, Powerful Results—PowerUP! Self-Directed Volunteer Model
Lead Presenter: Porter, Carrie
Presentation

B7.  Sharing Resources and Building Partnerships Between County and Tribal Aging Units
Lead Presenter: Minogue, Neal
Presentation

B8. Partnering With Law Enforcement
Lead Presenter: Piotrowski, Cindy
Presentation



C1. What's It Worth to Them? Selling Your Services
Lead Presenter: Abramson, Betsy
Presentation 1
Presentation 2

C2. Understanding Pension Benefits and Pension Laws
Presenter: Bonello, David
Handout

C3. Serving the Veteran Population Within the WI Veteran-Directed Home- and Community-Based Services (VDHCBS) Program
Lead Presenter: Drouin, Lisa
Presentation

C4. Nordic Walking: Posture, Balance, and Mobility
Lead Presenter: Lemke, Linda
Handout

C5. Become a Mental Health First Aider for Older Adults
Presenter: Muxfeld, Dan

C6. Let Your Volunteers Go! Moving From Committees to Self-Directed Volunteer Teams
Lead Presenter: Porter, Carrie
Presentation

C7. Eating the Mediterranean Way
Presenter: Weihofen, Donna
Presentation

C8. A Look Back and a Look Ahead: Aging Policy in Wisconsin
Lead Presenter: Zander, Janet
Handout 1
Handout 2
Handout 3



D1. Energize Your Work/Life Environment
Presenter: Olson, Carl

D2. Raising the (Salad) Bar With Healthy Options in Senior Dining
Lead Presenter: Koenig, Sara
Presentation

D3. Innovative and Culturally-Competent Interventions to Support Family Caregivers
Lead Presenter: Marschall, Katelyn
Presentation

D4. Healthy Aging Research Projects: What's in It for Your Community?
Lead Presenter: Myers, Shannon
Handout

D5. ALIVE INSIDE: Adopt an Elder/Build a Bridge Community-Based Pilot Project
Lead Presenter: Nyhuis, Ginny

D6. Think Globally, Act Locally
Lead Presenter: Olson, Esther
Presentation
Handout 1
Handout 2
Handout 3
Handout 4
Handout 5
Handout 6

D7. The Obergefell v. Hodges Case: The Impact on LGBT Clients One Year Later
Presenter: Schilling, Kate
Presentation
Handout 1
Handout 2

D8. The Changing Workforce for Older Workers and Persons With Disabilities    
Lead Presenter: Snittler, Monica



E1. Health Promotion and Prevention: A Positive Gateway Into Your Aging Office
Lead Presenter: Comeau, Michelle

E2. Balancing Protection and Power in Legal Decision-Making
Presenter: Knutson, Grace
Presentation
Handout 1
Handout 2

E3. Share The Care: Working Together
Presenter: Litwitz, Joan
Handout

E4. The Older Americans Act: Past, Present, and Future
Lead Presenter: Minogue, Neal

E5. Transition in Care Community Paramedic Program
Lead Presenter: Pagel, Patti
Presentation

E6. Using the “My Meal, My Way” Restaurant Model to Grow Your Senior Center
Lead Presenter: Velasquez, Angela
Presentation

E7. Timelines. Storylines. Lifelines. The Healing Power of Storytelling
Presenter: Voell, Mary Patricia

E8. Who Me, Ageist? Perceptions and Programming
Presenter: Weberpal, Deb
Presentation

Saturday, 18 November 2017

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