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Gerontology capstone presentations to span a variety of aging topics

Gerontology, the study of aging, is a broad discipline. Our upcoming Capstone presentations by graduate gerontology students, which will take place on Wednesday, May 3, demonstrate that breadth.

The graduate gerontology program is offered completely online, giving students the option to present their capstone work in person or from a remote location. Both in-person presentations and presentations via Skype are open to the public and will take place at the Center for Aging & Community in the UIndy Health Pavilion, Room 210.

9 a.m.  Gabbie Hamilton – “Stomping Out Falls Caused by Parkinson’s Disease”

9:30 a.m.  Kamessa La Rue – “Federal Policies Needed for Assisted Living Facilities”

10 a.m.  Nancy Cox – “Developing Curriculum for a PTA Program: Caring for the Older Adult”

11 a.m. Molly Hoopingarner – “Identifying Ageist Attitudes among Healthcare Professionals & First Responders: Solutions for Improving and Preventing Negative Attitudes”

11:30 a.m.  LeaAnn Maynard – “Health Literacy Interventions and Solutions with the Older Adult Population”

1:30 p.m.  Christina Fetzko – “The Social, Economic, and Health Implications of Hoarding in Later Life”

2 p.m.  Matthew Davin – “Emerge from the Shadows, Step Into the Light: Rekindling Powerful Memories of Past Experiences by Listening to Preferred Generational Music”

2:30 p.m.  Brea Watkins-Jones – “Three Steps Toward Improving Mental Health Services for Older Adults”

3 p.m.  Jillian McDuffee – “Marketing of Aging Services by Indiana Area Agencies on Aging”

If you are interested in taking 1-2 courses on a guest student basis, please contact Kim McCain via e-mail (mccaink@uindy.edu) or phone at 317-788-3495. More information about the Aging Studies Programs and course descriptions can found online at: http://uindy.edu/cac

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