BEARCATS/Health: Keys to Caring for Our Aging Population

Thursday, June 13
1 – 2 p.m. EST

Aging is something that affects us all. Join us as Antoinette Moore CAHS ’10, ’12 shares keys on caring for our aging population. Learn about several essentials to be mindful of when working with, caring for, or providing services with older adults.

Antoinette Moore, MSW, LSW
Antoinette is a licensed social worker and two-time alumna from the University of Cincinnati. Following her education, she embarked on a fulfilling career, dedicating her efforts to the Cleveland Treatment Center where she played pivotal roles as a prevention coordinator and a Chemical Dependency Counselor. In 2017, Antoinette transitioned back to Cincinnati where her commitment to community impact persisted. She was employed with the Hamilton County JFS for 2 years before moving to the Council on Aging (COA). At COA, Antoinette has held multiple roles of case manager, supervisor, senior building coordinator for older adults, and now as project manager. She has helped coordinate vaccine clinics, social isolation programming and links older adults to resources as needed. In 2023, Antoinette spearheaded developing an entrepreneur program for preteens, equipping them with employability skills through workshops. This innovative program also facilitated connections between teens and older adults in the community. The curriculum, implemented by Community Happens Here in January 2024, has already made a positive impact.  

Social Work CEU: 1.0 continuing education credit is provided by the University of Cincinnati School of Social Work (Social Work Provider: RSXX038702 and Counselor Provider RCX012101), an approved provider for The State of Ohio OCSWMF Board

Nursing CEU: Approved contact hours: 1 continuing education contact hour for nurses is approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing through the OBN Approver Unit at the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing, Continuing Education Program, (OBN-011-93). Contact hours are valid in most states. Program #240613-1. 

Giving Back
Gifts to the James Gruber Endowed Fund for Aging Education support program purposes related to aging education and research related to the aging population. Please consider making a gift during registration. 

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Anna Gormley, Bus '17

Program Director, Alumni Engagement, College of Allied Health Sciences & James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy