Center Helps to Support Professional "Issues in Aging" Education


One of the Center’s core values is Continuous Learning and Personal Growth – a value that applies not only to our Center team, but also to other professionals that may serve our clients. That is why we were proud to support the Wayne State University Institute of Gerontology (IOG) as it educated over 250 healthcare professionals at its 24th annual “Issues in Aging” conference. 

“Issues in Aging,” one of the longest running and well-recognized events of its kind, aims to provide information on best practices and current research related to geriatrics and gerontology.  One day of each annual two-day conference is dedicated to Alzheimer’s and related dementias.  Our nation’s ongoing generational shift will demand healthcare professionals that are armed with knowledge and skills to help our older adults.  The IOG is certainly doing its part!

The Center has  partnered with the IOG for many years to provide both financial and volunteer support, with  Sandy Adams serving on the IOG’s Board of Visitor’s for the last two years.  For more information about the WSU Institute of Gerontology’s ongoing research, education and outreach efforts, go to

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