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09/15/2021
2nd Annual Maude's Awards Winners Announced Including Opening Minds through Art from Oxford, OH
Maude's Awards was created to enrich the quality of life for persons living with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias and their care partners. It provides monetary awards to organizations and individuals for innovations excelling in one of several categories.
09/03/2021
Virtual Open House Scheduled in November
Are you or someone you know interested in gerontology? Scripps Gerontology Center and the Department of Sociology and Gerontology invite you to a virtual open house to learn more about Miami University graduate programs in gerontology!
07/19/2021
Scripps Staff Updates
Leah Janssen, Ph.D., joined the Scripps team on July 12 as the Assistant Director for Academic Programs and Research Support!
07/15/2021
Dr. Phyllis Cummins Joins Looking Forward Our Way Podcast for episode
Lifelong learning and the power of learning is key to an individual's success in the workplace. So when education barriers for adult students and job seekers exist, we all lose.
06/30/2021
Scripps Gerontology Center study finds Ohio leads the nation in generating local funds to support in-home services for older people
A recent study funded by the RRF Foundation for Aging and conducted by Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University found Ohio leads the nation in expanding the availability of in-home services to older individuals through locally funded initiatives.
06/28/2021
Dr. Elizabeth Lokon and Opening Minds Through Art Featured in Encore.org Gen2Gen Innovation Fellows
Dr. Lokon has been named one of Encore.org’s Gen2Gen Innovation Fellows for her work developing a dementia-friendly app that fosters intergenerational friendship through simultaneous art-making over video chat.
05/13/2021
Scripps Staff Updates
Robert Graham, Ph.D., joined Scripps Gerontology Center as a Research Scholar on May 1.
05/04/2021
The Art of Aging Podcast: Episode 11 - Long Term Care Planning
Scripps Fellow and Director of the Long Term Care Research Project, Dr. Robert Applebaum, discusses long term care planning.
04/27/2021
Robert Applebaum, Ph.D. and Jennifer Heston-Mullins, Ph.D. Guest-Editors of the Spring 2021 Issue of Generations
Guest-editors Robert Applebaum and Jennifer Heston-Mullins, of Miami University’s Scripps Gerontology Center have curated an issue that examines the core, the practice, and the future of care management, thirty years after Rosalie A. Kane edited an issue on the then-new practice of case management.