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Strategies for Engaging Older Adults ​in this Era of “Social Distancing”​ Webinar

by Penn State Extension

Apr 13, 2020

Staying connected to loved ones while maintaining social distancing can help ease anxiety in older adults.

Join us for the Strategies for Engaging Older Adults in this Era of “Social Distancing” Webinar to learn about intergenerational programs and practices in an age of anxiety and uncertainty. This session will feature Dr. Matt Kaplan, Professor of Intergenerational Programs and Aging.

Event Details

We will be covering topics and strategies for staying socially connected while we are physically disconnected and staying engaged during a time of crisis, such as the coronavirus pandemic.

We will have time to ask questions and share ideas of how you have stayed connected with loved ones.


Matthew Kaplan, Ph.D.

Professor, Intergenerational Programs and Aging
Expertise: Developing & evaluating intergenerational initiatives in diverse settings. Training Extension educators and other professionals in intergenerational programming. Establishing intergenerational strategies for civic engagement and environmental design.

Tanya E Lamo

Extension Educator, Program Area Lead-Leadership and Community Vitality
Expertise: Community Vitality Leadership Marketing Innovative Small Business Development Entrepreneurship.

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