Tag: resilience

Henderson Libraries: World AIDS Day: Remembering the Early Days

December 2, 2021
Author and LGBT+ Historian, Jim Sutherland, relives the early days of the AIDS epidemic while living in San Francisco. He provides a moving account of his 70-day, 4,000-mile cross country…

Grosse Pointe Public Library: World AIDS Day–Remembering the Early Years

December 1, 2021
Join “Our Bold Voices” storytellers Paul Iarrobino and special guest Jim Sutherland  as they discuss the historical context of the early days of the AIDS epidemic. #WorldAIDSDay #UNAIDS #hiv #HIVGov

Alternatives 2021 Virtual Conference: What I Learned About Resilience from Underserved Voices During COVID-19

July 15, 2021
Paul is excited to speak at the National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery‘s annual conference. This year‘s theme is Connecting, Organizing and Activating and that parallels well with the virtual…

Realness and Resilience: Reflections from Elders during COVID-19 (LeadingAge Washington)

June 17, 2021
Paul is passionate about presenting his recent findings to aging professionals at LeadingAge Washington’s 70th Annual Virtual Conference & Expo. His session will recognize and discuss the multitude of challenges…

Realness and Resilience—Reflections from Marginalized Voices during COVID-19 (Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers)

June 17, 2021
Paul is excited to be an invited speaker to AIDS Education Month. https://fight.org/aids-education-month-events/ He will share his experiences developing virtual peer support calls to combat isolation during COVID-19, how its…

FLCA 2021 Conference – Nourish to Flourish: Caring for the Caretakers: What I Am Learning About Resilience During a Pandemic

June 3, 2021
Paul is pleased to share what he’s learning about resilience with family life coaches from across the country. He will provide important details and considerations from what he’s learned over…

This Too Shall Pass: What I Learned About Resilience From Underserved Voices During COVID-19 (NAMI Rhode Island)

May 26, 2021
Paul is pleased to share lessons learned from facilitating weekly virtual groups for older adults during a pandemic. He will provide important details and considerations when planning to start a…

Realness and Resilience: Reflections from Elders during COVID-19 (LeadingAge Oregon)

May 13, 2021
Paul is passionate about presenting his recent findings to aging professionals at LeadingAge Oregon’s Annual Conference & Expo. His session will recognize and discuss the multitude of challenges forced isolation…

Realness & Resilience—Reflections from Marginalized Voices during COVID-19 (Utah Elder Justice)

May 13, 2021
Paul is excited to present his recent findings to protective service professionals at the Utah Elder Justice Conference. His session will explore how forced isolation can create self-neglect situations and…

This Too Shall Pass: What Older Adults Have Taught Me About Resilience During a Global Pandemic

May 12, 2021
According to the CDC, older adults are at the greatest risk for COVID-19, hospitalizations, and death, yet so little has been done to address their social isolation, anxiety, and loneliness….

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