Principles of Reframing Aging

Tuesday, February 27, 2024
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)
This webinar will be held via Zoom.
Category: Webinar

 This webinar is the first in the series of 2024 Aging in Place Cohort webinars. This session is required for cohort participants, but is open to all. 

This session will improve our understanding of what aging means and the many ways that older people contribute to our society. This training relies on tested strategies and evidence-informed tools that have been found to reduce implicit bias against older people. We’ll also learn to speak more inclusively about clients. Learn more at Hannah Albers, Program Director for the National Center to Reframe Aging, will lead this session.


About the National Center to Reframe Aging

The National Center to Reframe Aging is dedicated to ending ageism by advancing an equitable and complete story about aging in America. The center is the trusted source for proven communication strategies and tools to effectively frame aging issues. It is the nation’s leading organization, cultivating an active community of individuals and organizations to spread awareness of implicit bias toward older people and influence policies and programs that benefit all of us as we age.

Continuing Education Credits for Current CAPS

This session is an approved hour of Continuing Education by NAHB for those who have already earned their CAPS designation. Make sure to use the "Member CE Ticket" type when registering to ensure your CE is counted. Our staff will provide and validate any training hours if you are audited by NAHB. All webinar participation will be documented.

Live attendance is required for any continuing education credit verification. CAPS designations require 4 hours of Continuing Education per year. Learn more about CAPS CE requirements here. For more info, email


This webinar is free for members, but is open to all.

For More Information:

Megan Goyer

Megan Goyer

Membership & Program Coordinator, Coalition for Home Repair