Reducing Social Isolation in Older Adults and Staying Resilient during the Pandemic
Date: May 13, 2021 at 1:00 pm ET
Description: Join us to discuss how to maintain social connection using technology during a time of continued physical distancing during the pandemic. Webinar participants will:
-Learn about the latest emerging issues and trends in reducing social isolation and loneliness
-Discover a new platform that helps older adults connect
-Explore an app that predicts social isolation through written life stories
Charlene Nadalin, Founder of Amintro, a free, social platform exclusively for people 50+ that’s built on the foundation and fosters friendships, shared experiences and knowledge as a means for reducing social isolation. With over 25 years’ experience, Charlene is an award-winning entrepreneur; business development expert; moderator; and marketing and sales strategist whose passion for connections and knowledge is at the core of Amintro.
Dr. Arlene Astell, CA lead for Staying Connected, Assistant Professor in Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy and Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, and an Affiliate Scientist at KITE, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute.
Chaitali Desai, Caregiver and AGE-WELL Older Adult and Caregiver Advisory Committee Member