2023 Caregiving NOW Webinar Schedule

NewCourtland will continue its partnership with NewCourtland Center for Transitions and Health on the Caregiving NOW initiative. This initiative is taking a closer look at the caregiving crisis in the U.S. and the innovative solutions reshaping the caregiving landscape. The 2023 webinars feature innovators and thought leaders from multiple sectors engaged in the caregiving space.

January 18 – Mobilizing Faith Communities to Support Caregivers

Nationally recognized leaders, Rabbi Richard Address, Founder and Director of www.jewishsacredaging.com and Reverent Tyrone Pitts is General Secretary Emeritus of the Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc. will delve into the spiritual dimension of caregiving, an incredibly important but rarely discussed issue.  They also will discuss faith-based community programs they have led to support caregivers and how cultural and religious differences between their respective faiths have affected the design and implementation of such programs.

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FEBRUARY 22 – Dollars and Sense: The ABCs of Financial Caregiving

Surya Kolluri
Head of TIAA Institute

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MARCH 15 – Smart Home, Smarter Care: Enhancing Caregiving Through Technology

George Demiris
Penn Integrates Knowledge University Professor, Penn

Ashish Shad
CEO and Co-Founder, DINA

Pamela Cacchione (moderator)
Professor of Geropsychiatric Nursing and Ralston House Term Chair in Gerontological Nursing at Penn Nursing, and Nurse Scientist at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center

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APRIL 19  – Ethical Dimensions of Caregiving: The lived experience of being a bioethicist, a healthcare clinician and a caregiver

Christine Grady
Chief, Department of Bioethics, NIH Clinical Center

Jason Karlawish
Professor of Medicine, Medical Ethics and Health Policy and Neurology, Penn Medicine

Carol Taylor
Professor of Medicine and Nursing, and Senior Clinical Scholar, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University

Connie Ulrich (moderator)
Lillian S. Brunner Chair in Medical and Surgical Nursing, Professor of Bioethics and Nursing at Penn Nursing, and Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Penn Medicine

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MAY 17  – From the Margins to the Middle: Centering Caregivers in Policy and Research

Jennifer Olsen
CEO, Rosalyn Carter Institute for Caregivers

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