This exclusive, on-demand training is only available for Plus, Advance and Enterprise Alliance Member Beneficiaries. Only these organizational beneficiaries will be able to register for this training.
How often does your organization use generalizing statements, or terms such as “elderly,” or “demented?” Often, our communication in the workplace is infused with stereotypical language and bias. This can have a negative impact on the organization’s outreach in the community.
This on-demand workshop will:
- Take a deep dive into the non-verbal and verbal communication styles in your organizational culture.
- Address how to attract diverse clients, employees and consumers with the use of age-inclusive language that will drive revenues and help you meet your mission.
Christina Peoples, MS, is a gerontologist as well as the founder and creator of Gero-what?!, an informative tool that aims to educate people about the aging process. Peoples also is a health promotion coordinator at the Piedmont Triad Regional Council Area Agency on Aging. She is passionate about advocating for older adults and confronting ageism and excited to be a second cohort fellow of the American Society on Aging’s ASA RISE program.
Ashley Stevens, MSW, is a gerontological social worker and dementia practitioner for Mecklenburg County and the North Carolina Department of Aging & Adult Services, and co-chairs the Dementia Friendly–Charlotte Mecklenburg Initiative in North Carolina. Stevens is the founder of The Dementia Guru platform, where she shares her personal care journey & expertise, and is delighted to be a second cohort fellow of the American Society on Aging’s ASA RISE program.