Thank you for your interest in creating an opportunity for community education in your community. We are pleased that you see the value of utilizing technology to connect members of your community with valuable educational information. The statewide pilot of the Aging Gracefully Expo (AGE) was made possible because of the generous support of AARP South Dakota and the Office of Attorney General. Special thanks to Jane Strommen, Ph.D., NDSU Extension Gerontology Specialist, for her contributions to the pilot. Based on the success of the Aging Gracefully Expo pilot, SDSU Extension developed this guide to assist others who wish to host AGE in their community. This guide includes expectations, planning timeline, checklist, evaluation tools, and other items to help with preparation for AGE in your community.
Aging Gracefully Expo - Planning Guide for Remote Locations
May 23, 2019
SDSU Extension recently received two 2019 Administration for Community Living Grants, to fund two unique programs focused on preventing falls and chronic disease self-management.
“By listening to the needs of South Dakotans and the communities who serve them, our team understands how we can implement research-based and proven programming to address their needs and benefit citizens across the state,” said Suzanne Stluka, SDSU Extension Food & Families Program Director.
May 22, 2019
Gerontologists from SDSU Extension and North Dakota State University Extension are partnering to host a free webinar June 12, 2019. The webinar begins at 11 a.m. MDT/Noon CDT.
College and high school graduates have, or soon will be, walking across the stage and shaking hands President and receiving their diplomas. This act officially moves them on to the next stage of their lives.