The Louisiana Aging Network Association, Louisiana Council on Aging Directors’ Association (LACOADA) and AARP will be hosting a combination of events including a 2019 Gubernatorial Forum. Full Agenda here. Purchase Tickets or Learn More about Sponsorship Opportunities.
What’s Hot In Healthcare by Dianne Davis, MPH
Be Prepared! By Louisiana EMDAC
Medicaid Spend Down by Monica Key
Capturing Units of Service by Dominique Bonhomme
Opiate Misuse Among Our Seniors by Tanya Stuart
Employee Burnout by Erin Thompson, SHRM
Dianne Davis, MPH – Ms. Davis is Vice President, Community Wellness Department at Partners in Care Foundation, leading 17 professionals and 17 volunteers in implementing evidence-based programs. She has 25 years’ experience in healthcare administration, Managed Care and Gerontology. Ms. Davis oversees federal, state, county, city and private foundation relationships, and Partners’ contracts for evidence-based programs with health systems. Ms. Davis holds a MPH from UMASS, Amherst and a post-graduate certificate in Gerontology from UMASS Boston. She speaks at numerous conferences, is a member of the Evidence-Based Leadership Collaborative, a mentor for the NCOA Network Development Learning Collaborative and taught a course at UCLA, Evidence-based Programs for Older Adults.
Gina Rossi, LCSW-BACS, DCSW, MHSA, is a graduate of Louisiana State University. She has extensive experience as a clinician (individual, family, and group therapy) in hospital settings, outpatient programs. She has developed programs for older adults and persons living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. She has been the author of various grants that benefit older adults and persons living with Alzheimer’s Disease. She is currently employed as a program manager in the Office of Aging and Adult Services (OAAS). She also serves as the LDH liaison for LSU School of Social work where she trains and mentors graduate social work students. She is a core member of the Alzheimer’s state plan implementation team, has served on committees and task forces related to helping persons with Alzheimer’s Disease and dementias.
Erin Thompson works as the Associate Human Capital Business Partner at Peoples Health in Metairie, LA. In this role, she provides Peoples Health with strategic consulting on employee engagement, organizational development, and other HR-specific or business initiatives. Erin is also an adjunct instructor at Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
Prior to joining Peoples Health, Erin worked at Ochsner Health System as a Senior Consultant in the Ochsner Leadership Institute. She has also previously worked worked in training and development and human resources for the University of New Orleans and for Hotard Coaches and Calco Travel.
Tanya Stuart, LCSW-BACS,LAC,CCS is a mental health and substance abuse professional. She began her journey working with troubled adolescents in the criminal justice system. That began a lifelong search to give children, adolescents, and adults comprehensive and individualized mental health and substance abuse care. She obtained her MSW from SUNO in 2002. She is the owner of Tanya Stuart, Inc. and Genesis Behavioral Health Services, LLC. Tanya provides supervision for psychiatric residents for Our Lady of the Lake and serves as a liaison for LSU master level students.
Wednesday, September 4, 2019 2019 LANA Conference
Thursday, September 5, 2019 LANA Membership Meeting Breakfast LANA, LACOADA and AARP Gubernatorial Forum & Luncheon
Friday, September 6, 2019 LACOADA Fall Conference
These events will be held at the Marriott, 5500 Hilton Avenue, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Learn Here about Conference Sponsorship opportunities. The Aging population in Louisiana is rapidly growing and will soon reach the 1 million mark. As providers of Aging Services, we need to stay abreast of all the issues and activities that may concern the Aging in Louisiana. The Aging Network Association works tirelessly to help the aging citizens in Louisiana deal with the issues they face in today’s social and economic climate. We include all Aging in our efforts, whether they be active and independent, home bound with at home services, or reside in an assisted or total care facility. The Aging Network Association, though still small, hopes to grow with the aging population of Louisiana.