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Everybody is doing it!

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Natalia Molina

on 27 October 2017

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Transcript of Everybody is doing it!

Everybody is doing it!
Balancing and respecting faith with science
Skills?
Fortaleciendo el Bienestar
Universal Declaration of Health and Human Rights
A Delicious Overview
Health impacts everyone
Engaged, educated and inspired seniors
Serving Seniors in Monterey County since 1970
UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights General Comment No. 14: The Right to the Highest Attainable Standard of Health (Art. 12) Adopted at the Twenty-second Session of the CESCR on 11 August 2000
(Contained in Document E/C.12/2000/4)
Universal Declaration of Human Rights

"Every human being is entitled to the enjoyment of the highest
attainable standard of health conducive to living a life in dignity."
Health in all Places: H.I.P.

Health is in action in all places and spaces. From birth to death, in cribs, schools, retirement facilities, farms, factories, from the most remote areas in Appalachia to the reservations deep in the American Southwest, to urban areas with great wealth and blight, health is in all places.

Aging. Everybody is doing it!

In July 2014, Sen. Rob Portman (R) of Ohio stated,
"Each day, 10, 000 baby boomers retire and begin receiving Medicare and Social Security benefits."

The Washington Post fact checked and discovered. . .



From Salinas to King City, the program:
Builds relationships.
Strengthens senior health through simple conversation and sharing a cup of coffee.
Exciting career opportunities in public health working with seniors!

Health education and outreach
Fitness
Nutrition
Counseling at all levels
Social work
Program/social activity
Art therapy
And much, much more
Fin

Natalia Molina, MPH
nmolina@allianceonaging.org




Questions?
Public health: Why and why?
H.I.P.
What is old?
Alliance on Aging
Baby boomers: Why and what?
Data
Opportunity
More data
What do you think?
Job Opportunities
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