Post-conference learning intensive: Aging in Place Learning Exchange

    • Presentation speakers
      • Corneil Montgomery, Design + Implementation Senior Specialist, Neighborhood Revitalization, Habitat for Humanity International




    This is a two-day learning intensive. Sign up when you REGISTER for the conference or sign up for this session only by clicking here.

    Day One:

    August 4, 2015 from noon to 4:15 at the

    Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center (part of the Lone Star Summit)

    1001 East McCarty Lane, San Marcos, TX

    Day Two:

    August 5, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 at

    First Baptist Church, 325 West McCarty Lane, San Marcos, TX

    You must register separately though you do not have to attend the conference to attend this session (Day Two). Click here if you would like to register for this session without attending the conference ($50 pp).

    Are you serving the fastest growing population in the U.S.?

    The U.S. older adult population of persons age 65 and older numbered 44.7 million in 2013. This number is growing rapidly and projected to reach about 70 million by 2030. According to the American Association of Retired Persons, nearly 90% of older adults prefer to age in place or live in their homes and communities for a lifetime.

    What is your affiliate doing to serve this population? Habitat for Humanity International’s Aging in Place (AIP) Learning Exchange will offer affiliates the tools and knowledge to better serve older adults through a holistic support system. Participants will learn about the evolving concept of AIP and the best practices that make this movement possible. This conference includes face-to-face interactions with AIP experts, partners, service providers and other Habitat affiliates that can help affiliates create or nurture an AIP program.

    What are the course benefits?
    • An increased awareness and understanding of AIP.
    • Tools and strategies used to assist older homeowners in making modifications to their homes, and the benefits of Universal Design for new construction and remodeling.
    • New ways of leveraging existing resources, skills and infrastructure at the local level to better support AIP and livable communities.
    • Accessing local resources and partners with expertise in AIP and working with older adults.
    • Ideas to integrate AIP as an important component of Neighborhood Revitalization.
    Who should attend?
    • Family Services, Construction Staff, NR Staff, Executive Directors/CEOs and anyone else at your affiliate interested in partnering with older adults.
    • Interested community partners serving older adults.
    Why should I attend?
    • Insure the housing solutions offered empower home occupants to be safe, healthy, and independent for the longest time possible.
    • Opportunity to network with local organizations that serve older adults, and other affiliates to start to build a strategy around collaborating with the community, and leveraging Habitat’s strengths to serve older adults.
    • Opportunity to earn a $3,000 innovation grant for an Aging in Place program
    • And more!
    • Learn strategies to improve all work on existing homes




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