Date: February 20 2013 5:00pm - 7:00pm Location: Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
Lewis & Clark Graduate Campus
This workshop will address many of the social implications that families go through when faced with the tough decisions and conversations that must be had with aging parents and other family or close community members.
We will focus on topics like preserving independence and dignity, maintaining sense of purpose, safety issues, and how the role of elder parent and adult child change in later life.
Workshop participants will learn tips on how their parent, grandparent, or students’ aging family can travel this challenging road with dignity and grace.
This workshop is part of our 2012-2013 Workshop Series.
Complimentary coffee and tea will be served.
Online registration has closed for this workshop. You may register onsite.
Instructor: Libby Hinze, B.A.
About the Instructor
Libby Hinze is a critical gerontologist who was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. Her compassion and spirit brings a fresh perspective to intentional aging. She has worked as a medical case manager for five years. Recently she accepted a position as a care coordinator and is creating a program that manages patient’s care from a holistic approach. She is brassy and bold when it comes to advocating for her patients rights, yet graceful and respectful when tackling some of the very tough questions she and her patients must overcome. Libby has a B.A. in Human Studies from Marylhurst University and a Certificate in Gerontology.
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