Growing older at Dwelling: the CAPABLE approach – PAHO/WHO

March 7 2023 / 11:00 am -12:30 pm (EST) / Register upfront

On this webinar you’ll be taught what you are able to do to attain your objectives for ageing at residence, and how you can work together with your well being care group, together with a nurse, an occupational therapist, and even a useful man, to deal with essential problems with your perform and well being.

Shows can be made in English; simultaneous translation in Spanish can be supplied by the Ageing and Well being Program of the Pan American Well being Group (PAHO).  

A group from Johns Hopkins College College of Nursing will current greater than a decade of labor in CAPABLE, a program that reduces the impression of practical impairment and incapacity, enhances motivation and self-efficacy, improves emotional well being, and reduces hospitalizations and nursing residence days. CAPABLE relies on the idea that bettering well being includes somebody’s surroundings, together with the house, thereby enabling older adults and their households to vary behaviors which can be important for ageing properly that lead to bettering well being, independence, and security at residence.   


Melissa deCardi Hladek, PhD, CRNP, FNP-BC. is an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins College College of Nursing and a researcher-clinician specializing in how stress, self-efficacy, and sociocultural elements affect the biology of ageing, continual illness, and frailty.

Tiffany Riser, MSN, MPH, RN, ANP-C, PhD Scholar and Analysis Assistant on the Johns Hopkins College of Nursing. She has intensive expertise in offering residence care in rural and concrete communities. Her analysis focuses on the implementation of residence care interventions inside well being care techniques to advertise growing older in place.

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Description automatically generated with medium confidenceSabrina Elias, PhDc, MSN, RN is a PhD Candidate and Analysis Coordinator on the Johns Hopkins College of Nursing. She earned her Bachelor and Grasp of Science in Nursing from the College of São Paulo, Brazil. Sabrina is a public well being nurse researcher and former worldwide advisor for the Pan American Well being Group/World Well being Group (PAHO/WHO). She has intensive expertise working with nations in Latin America and the Caribbean.