FREE Safe Home: Express Edition (1-hour) training for Professionals in Long Term Care, Two opportunities: May 29th 9am – 10am and May 30th 2pm – 3pm via Zoom.
ONE (1) DSHS Approved CEU is available at no cost. Click here to register.

Our AgePRIDE-Healthy Generations team is developing evidence-based programs and trainings to educate, protect, and strengthen our communities across generations.

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At the Goldsen Institute, we translate evidence found in our research and intervention projects to create community programs that improve health, wellbeing, and longevity across generations.

Our partnerships with community members, scholars, students, service providers, and policymakers help ensure our work is culturally relevant and has real, measurable impact. We provide opportunities to engage in community at home in Seattle, Washington, as well as online with virtual programming.

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AgePRIDE (Promoting Resilience for Intergenerational Diversity and Empowerment) serves sexual and gender diverse older adults, care partners, and families across generations and communities.

Our evidence-based services and programs include health promotion, social engagement, social services, and educational and cultural events. We also provide resources, referrals and support to older adults and their families and circles of care for a range of services from housing support to dementia care.

AgePRIDE works in community-based partnerships to support a cultural-affirming hub. Funded by King County, WA.

Healthy Generations at the Goldsen Institute was established in 2013 at the University of Washington School of Social Work. Healthy Generations develops evidence-based interventions to address the needs of underserved older adults, care partners, and families to improve their health, wellness, and longevity.

Historically founded as one of five original Hartford Centers of Excellence established in Schools of Social Work across the country, Healthy Generations is distinguished by its innovation and responsiveness to the multigenerational nature of our society and is built upon more than two decades of landmark research conducted at the University of Washington. Through interdisciplinary and inter-professional collaborations in practice, education and research, Healthy Generations advances prevention, health promotion and healthy aging across the generations.


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