White House Conference On Aging's Regional Forum In Tampa

White House Conference On Aging's Regional Forum In Tampa
White House Conference On Aging's Regional Forum In Tampa

The next White House Conference on Aging -- which is aimed at finding new ways to improve the lives of older Americans -- will take place July 13 in Washington, D.C. Ahead of that conference, regional forums were held in Boston, Phoenix, Seattle, Cleveland and Tampa. Ideas presented at these forums will be used at the conference to develop new policies to protect seniors from fraud, abuse and neglect. The discussion at Hillsborough Community College in Ybor City was the only regional forum held in the entire Southeast.

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White House Conference on Aging Tampa Regional Forum (Part 3)

Original Broadcast Date: 
06/02/15

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