A Community Conversation to Build on a Strong Foundation of Long Term Services & Supports, to Age Well and Live Well in MN
SHIFT is hosting and inviting our members and the community to be part of this important conversation.
On behalf of the Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA), in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) we are requesting your input to inform how older Minnesotans age well, live well. The year 2030 was marked as an important milestone because that is the year baby boomers start to turn 85 years old. We want to make it possible for people to age in their community for as long as possible. And, with that cornerstone in mind, we are planning our multi-year commitment to prepare for a permanently older state.
Please join us for a MN2030 Looking Forward community conversation to build on a strong foundation of Long Term Services and Supports in Minnesota and share ideas to improve quality and access to services and fully prepare our communities for 2030.
About our Presenters
Reena Shetty has worked in the aging network for over 18 years. Prior to her current role as the Planning Coordinator with the MN Board on Aging, she worked with local government at the City of St. Cloud followed by regional (aging services) planning efforts in Tulsa, OK and most recently with the State North Carolina in coordinating the State’s older worker program. Reena graduated with a Master of Public Affairs from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
Mike Saindon is Aging Policy Lead in the Aging and Adult services division at the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Mike graduated from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota with a Master’s Degree in Public Affairs. He primarily works on elderly waiver policy and with the Minnesota Board on Aging’s strategic planning effort; MN 2030 Looking Forward.
Monday, August 6, 2018
Networking: 6:15 – 7:00 pm
Presentation: 7:00-8:30 pm
Location: Minnesota State University Mankato at Edina
Event fee: $15 for members; $25 for non-members
Refund Policy: In the event that SHIFT cancels a program, you’ll receive a refund of your registration payment. SHIFT will not issue credits or refunds in the following circumstances: you cancel your registration, register but do not attend, or attend but leave early, or do not attend all sessions of a multi-session course.