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Introduction to Reframe Aging
Tuesday, May 28, 2024, 1:00 PM - 2:20 PM EDT
Category: Community

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Introduction to Reframe Aging  |  A Strategic Priority of the Maryland Department of Aging

 Date: May 28, 2024  |  Time: 1 PM - 2.20 PM  |  Where:  Hefner Auditorium at Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg, Maryland,                       301 Odendhal Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD


  • Opening Remarks by MDOA leadership and a short presentation on Longevity Ready Maryland and partnership with the National Center to Reframe Aging - 1.00 - 1.10 PM
  • Introduction to Reframe Aging: A Generation's Work’, a presentation by the National Center to Reframe Aging - 1.10 - 2.10 PM
  • Q&A with NCRA facilitator - 2.10 - 2.20 PM
  • Close of session

 You are invited to a presentation on Reframe Aging: A Generation's Work,’ led by the National Center to Reframe Aging (NCRA), to gain an understanding of the need to change the way our society communicates about aging and older adults. Learn more about the power of research-based framing strategies to become more effective framers and increase the impact of your communications and work.

In Longevity Ready Maryland’s envisioned future, where Marylanders live longer, healthier, financially secure, socially connected, and purposeful lives, there’s no room for ageism nor for the implicit bias about age that consistently impacts our society today.  Longevity Ready Maryland seeks to prepare the state to maximize the benefits and opportunities and address the challenges of a rapidly aging society.




About The National Center to Reframe Aging

The National Center to Reframe Aging (NCRA) is dedicated to ending ageism by advancing an equitable and complete story about aging in America. The center is the trusted source for proven communication strategies and tools to effectively frame aging issues. It is the nation’s leading organization, cultivating an active community of individuals and organizations to spread awareness of implicit bias toward older people and influence policies and programs that benefit all of us as we age. Led by the Gerontological Society of America (GSA), the National Center acts on behalf of and amplifies the efforts of the ten Leaders of Aging Organizations.