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  • Track: Clinical Practice
  • CME/CE: 1.0
  • Q & A: Chat

Moderator: Barbara Resnick, PhD, CRNP

This symposium will review approaches to engage residents in federally subsidized low-income housing communities, the number of residents seen and services provided, and ways to sustain these programs over time. Learning Objectives: (1) state three important steps successfully engaging a senior housing community and the residents, who are all experiencing health disparities due to being mainly minorities and living on low incomes, to participate in a senior wellness clinic; (2) describe appropriate services to provide in a low-income senior housing wellness clinics that are relevant for low-income residents, the majority of whom are minorities and experience health disparities; (3) review three challenges to the development and maintenance of senior housing wellness clinics in low-income housing; and (4) describe how to sustain senior housing wellness clinics over time in real world settings both for those in an academic practice environment as well as a private practice.

Strategies for Engaging Low-Income Senior Housing Residents in Interdisciplinary Wellness Clinics
Sarah D. Holmes, PhD, MSW
Initiation of the Interdisciplinary Wellness Clinic Services Provided to Residents in Low-Income Senior Housing
N. Jennifer Klinedinst, PhD, MPH, RN, FAHA
Sustainability of the Interdisciplinary Wellness Clinics in Low-Income Senior Housing
Nicole J. Brandt, PharmD, MBA