Association for
Professionals in Aging

Upcoming events

    • Wednesday, November 04, 2020
    • 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM (EST)
    • Zoom. Login information will be sent in the reminder
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    This program is intended for Social Workers who work in the hospital, physician office, hospice and long term care setting. 

    We will look at the different eras of service and discuss cultures that may influence health care needs for the Veteran patient across their life span.

    We will also discuss factors influencing anticipatory and traumatic grief, and the healthcare benefits available for the Veteran patient and their family members.

    This is a one Contact Hour CE for Ohio Social Workers.

    • Course Objectives:

    • 1.     Define two healthcare benefits available for the Veteran patient and their family members

    • 2.     Identify three dimensions of culture that may influence health care for the Veteran patient across their life span

    • 3.     Describe two factors influencing anticipatory and traumatic grief for the Veteran patient and their family members

    This program has been approved for 1.0 clock hours for Social Workers


    11:45 - 12:00 - Networking
    12:00 - 1:15 - Presentation and Q&A


    Marcia Bowling, BA MS, Senior Account Executive, has been with Hospice of Cincinnati for nearly 10 years. Prior to the addition of Julie Alley’s, Marcia acted as the Veteran Coordinator, championing the care of veterans at end of life. Marcia has 30 years in healthcare experience, including seniors’ health and patient relations.

    Julie Alley MSW, LISW is currently the Veterans Service Liaison for Hospice of Cincinnati. She is an Ohio Licensed Independent Social Worker and has provided end of life care in the all levels of hospice, including bereavement for 33 years at Hospice of Cincinnati. For the past year, Julie has been working solely with Hospice of Cincinnati’s Veteran patients, which are approximately 25% of the hospice patient population. She has assisted Veterans in accessing benefits and services through the VA. Julie has also completed Trauma Informed Care training for work with Veterans, including training in Suicide, PTSD and Moral Injury and has facilitated trauma training for social workers and chaplains within the organization. In addition to promoting Veteran-centric education and connecting Veterans to needed benefits, Julie’s responsibilities also include honoring Veterans, developing partnerships with other care providers of Veterans (both locally and statewide) and integrating best practices to improve end of life care for this population.

    • Wednesday, November 11, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Zoom - link to be forward in reminder email

    Golly, it is almost November! Are you still working from home and still not getting to see referral sources to grow your business? Are you feeling isolated and disconnected? In that case, then don't delay and register for our next virtual Zoom networking lunch.  We have made many introductions over the past few months at our Virtual Networking Lunch. 

    There are many new faces and job changes so please join the APA at our next virtual networking lunch event on November 11th at noon. It's free and you don't have to be a member, so no excuse to be left out meeting new people in a field where we all have something in common....the field of aging. Please be prepared to introduce yourself and provide everyone with your contact information if you like.

    In addition to networking with the entire group, this meeting will also break down into small breakout rooms, letting you get to know people on a 1:1 basis.  It was very popular last month so we are doing it again.  

    Sylvia Dwertman, an APA board member and chair of the APA Promotions Committee, will lead the chat for networking, interaction and some fun. You will get to meet everyone that joins in, along with their contact information if it is provided to us. 

    Whether you work at home or in the office, grab your lunch and join us.  See how we can help each other and anything else that you might like to chat about.  If you have something in particular to ask or promote, please email it to:  We will be sure to add it to the agenda for you.

    This will be a great time to see a few familiar faces and there are always some new faces too. You just never know who will be free to join our Zoom call.  We want to stay connected with you in such a crazy time, and this is the perfect way for you to say hi to everyone.  

    The event is totally free for everyone. We encourage you to bring a colleague or a prospective new member! 

    During the event, you'll have the chance to support APA student scholarships, which are awarded to students pursuing a degree in the field of aging.  If you so desire, have your credit card handy. You never know what we have planned for October unless you attend!

    Register to join us, and, ink us in on your calendar from 11:55am - 1:15p.m. or so.  Just grab your lunch and join us on Zoom. We would love to see you!

    • Thursday, December 03, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Zoom. Login information will be sent in the reminder

    • Thursday, December 10, 2020
    • (EST)
    • Online Event

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