Aging Action Initiative Inform & Connect: A Workshop for Front Line Workers Who Help Older Adults

Wednesday June 29, 2016 | 9 am – 4 pm | FREE Workshop |

This free, daylong interactive training is designed to support those who help older adults access resource referral information.

This training is designed for help-desk, information hotline, and other front-line volunteers or staff specifically tasked to provide clients with information about programs and services available throughout the county. Specialists on the following topics will share their knowledge, expertise and resources through short panel presentations and audience Q&A.

  •         Transportation
  •         Nutrition
  •         Housing
  •         Attendant care
  •         Financial abuse
  •         Mental health
  •         Quality of life

Attendees will make connections and build relationships with professional colleagues, improve their skills through exploring a case study, and enhance their service to the community.

Who Should Attend
Front line volunteers and staff who support the resource referral needs of older adults. Up to three people may register per agency or organization for the workshop.

CEUs are offered for this workshop. For more information, contact Michelle Javid at michelled@jfcs.org.

To register, click here or call 415-456-9067

For a copy of the event flyer, click here

About Aging Action Initiative

The purpose of the Aging Action Initiative is to promote a county-wide age-friendly environment, especially for those in need, collectively created by a strong network of aging service providers through public education, policy advocacy, and service coordination. The initiative is a collective effort of over 65 different agencies, grassroots organizations, commissions and neighborhood groups, funded by the County of Marin, and coordinated by MARINSPACE.