Issues in Aging Focus Group

At our annual meeting, we brainstorm and encourage collaboration among our members whose interests focus on a wide range of aging-related topics including health, caregiving, intergenerational ties, grandparenting, cultural differences, etc. As the population ages, and the baby boomers approach later life, the health and well-being needs of the aging population are increasingly relevant for families, the economy, the health care system, and training contexts - to name a few. The presence of an aging focus within NCFR meets a national and global need for research and practice.

Amy Rauer, Co-chair
Amber Seidel, CFLE, Co-chair

  • Issues in Aging Focus Group members can connect and share resources on their dedicated online discussion group
  • Log in using the same username and password you use to log in at my.ncfr.org.
  • Add or remove this focus group or others from your NCFR membership by logging in to our My NCFR member self-service area, click "Join Focus Groups" and select or deselect the group/s you'd like to join or leave.

Further Information

Issues in Aging Focus Group Award