May 8, 2018
9:00 am–12:00 pm
204 Marshall McLuhan Hall (Second Floor of University Centre) | 66 Chancellors Circle
Fort Garry Campus
*Registration opens at 8:30 am
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Pre-registration for this year's workshop is now closed to allow Centre staff to prepare for our event.
If you are planning on attending the Workshop, you can register in person at 204 Marshall McLuhan Hall starting at 8:30 am. There is no fee to attend the Workshop.
Download the Symposium Workshop poster
Ageism is rampant across the world and has been identified by the World Health Organization as a major issue facing older adults. For older adults to be fully valued by society and hence included socially, ageism needs to be overcome. Unfortunately, many ways that are currently used to communicate about aging might unknowingly have negative effects. Based on public opinion research and empirical testing, the FrameWorks Institute has developed a new toolkit for communicating about aging. The focus of the workshop will be on providing sound information and practical solutions for how to communicate effectively about aging-related issues.
Workshop attendees will learn about the toolkit, and then will work in groups to start re-framing aging in ways that are relevant for their organization or situation.
Students, researchers, teachers, older adults, as well as staff and board members of seniors organizations (e.g., seniors centres, advocacy and programming organizations, age-friendly community committees).
Parking is available in the University parkade, as well as limited parking in the Pay Stations in Park & Pay areas of various lots on campus. You can access Marshall McLuhan Hall (to view map) in University Centre via Helen Glass Centre.
Additional parking information: Parking services, Fort Garry Campus
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Download the program at a glance (PDF)
updated April 17, 2018
The University of Manitoba is committed to achieving accessibility for those disabled by barriers. Please contact Rachel by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 204-474-8754 in advance if you require any accessibility accommodations to participate.