The University of Iowa Center on Aging is changing the way faculty, students, professionals, and Iowans think about aging. In a state that ranks second nationally in the proportion of residents age 85 and older, aging studies is a growing and vital field at The University of Iowa. Since its formation in 1990, the center has served as an interdisciplinary, university-wide resource and focal point for aging-related interests and activities. As a statewide source for aging-related information, the Center supports and promotes research, policy analysis, outreach programs, education, training, and clinical services.
The website offers a compendium of resources:
- Geriatrician locator for Iowa
- Directory of UI Faculty Associates and Professional Staff in Aging, a searchable database that identifies individuals with aging-related research, education, and training
- State-by-state resource locator: Find caregiving resources around the county
- See full list of Center on Aging resources
For more information, contact Lori Benz, Program Associate, at (319) 335-6576, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the web site at www.centeronaging.uiowa.edu. The center is located at 2159 Westlawn.