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Save the date! Join us for happy hour in Center City, Philadelphia at Slainté on February 28th to meet the Aging2.0 Philadelphia team and other professionals in the Greater Philadelphia Area. The location is conveniently located near 30th Street Station for those of you coming from outside downtown Philadelphia. Come meet others working on innovations related to aging and tell us what type of programming, events, and speakers you would like in 2018 and get involved with our mission.
First round of drinks and appetizers covered courtesy of our sponsors!
We're very honored to host Brian Duke as our first speaker of 2018. Mr. Duke is currently the System Director of Senior Services at Main Line Health (MLH). The Senior Services program has been established to ensure that seniors in the western suburbs have access to the necessary resources and are provided with coordinated care in the appropriate setting across the entire continuum.
Mr. Duke currently serves on a number of boards and societies, including The American Society on Aging, the Institute of Medicine’s Committee on Family Caregiving of Older Adults, and the National Advisory Board’s Telehealth Intervention Programs for Seniors. He is also an Associate Fellow with the University of Pennsylvania’s Institute on Aging. Additionally, he chaired the Pennsylvania State Alzheimer’s Disease Planning Committee and served as the Executive Director of the New Jersey Foundation for Aging. Earlier in his career, Duke was the Administrative Director of Hospital Services at Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital.
Mr. Duke will be discussing the needs of our aging community, the emerging senior services market, and the impact of technology and entrepreneurship in the Delaware Valley.
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