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COVID 19 Response Guide for Older Adults
The School of Aging Studies recently hosted its 10th annual Mock Interview Night at
the University of South Florida
PhD candidate, Joseph June, defended his dissertation, Assisted Living Facilities
in Florida: Examining the Factors Associated with Entries, Closure, and Licensure
Change, on Tuesday, June 23, 2020.
The School of Aging Studies Faculty Receive Funding from the USF COVID-19 Rapid Response
Dr. Kathryn Hyer answers questions to AARP Florida on Long-Term Care Facilities
Congratulations to Dylan Jester for Outstanding Graduate Student Research
The Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging FPECA provides research and policy analysis to agencies and stakeholders about older
adult issues to advance public policy and education.
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Exploring Assisted Living Communities in Florida
Kathryn Hyer, a professor in the School of Aging Studies, testified before the U.S.
Senate Special Committee on Aging on Wednesday, Sept. 20, concerning how to protect
vulnerable elders in disasters.