Vaccinating Older Coloradans, what's working and what's not

Denver
Wed, Mar 10, 2021, 6:00 PM (MST)

Denver

Join us for an online event to gather stories from the aging community about where technology is working, or failing, in the effort to get older Coloradans vaccinated against COVID.

We're looking for reports, both negative & positive, that shed light on what's working or failing in the attempt to vaccinate older Coloradans:

  • anecdotes from friends & relatives
  • anecdotes from working in the aging community
  • insights about marginalized communities
  • statistics from organizations
  • articles or press coverage especially about Colorado experiences
  • contacts for press, government officials, and nonprofits who can publicize our findings

What we'll do with this information

  • Compile the information into a report for our local governments, nonprofits, and technology companies with ideas with maximum impact to improve the situation.
  • Create a list of suggestions for adult children & others who are assisting older people with vaccination sign up.
  • Suggest stopgap measures when technology cannot be fixed quickly, such as written instructions or clearer advice on Nextdoor.
  • Share findings with our local press.

How it will work

  • Brief introduction
  • Break out into Zoom rooms to discuss questions
  • Come back together as a group to share insights

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Keynote Speaker

  • Kay Newman

    Kay Newman

    Spry Design

    UX Designer

Facilitators

  • Karen Brown

    Karen Brown

    iAging/Seniors Matter

    CEO

  • Kay Newman

    Kay Newman

    Spry Design

    UX Designer


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