A firm voice and view on ‘healthy aging’ - Rose Jones ’06SCE

Rose Jones ’06SCE, director of the Rhode Island Office of Healthy Aging, is bringing change and light into the lives of the state’s 55-and-over population, adults living with disabilities, and their families and caregivers every day. With an overarching goal of “empowering people to age strong,” the office serves one-third of the state’s residents. Listen in as Jones discusses her role in supporting Gov. Gina Raimondo’s statewide response to COVID-19, offers advice on remaining diligent amid the continuing pandemic, and accentuates her office’s emphasis on mental well-being — all while expressing gratitude for loved ones who have guided her along life’s paths.

Rose Jones ’06SCE, director of the Rhode Island Office of Healthy Aging, is bringing change and light into the lives of the state’s 55-and-over population, adults living with disabilities, and their families and caregivers every day. With an overarching goal of “empowering people to age strong,” the office serves one-third of the state’s residents. Listen in as Jones discusses her role in supporting Gov. Gina Raimondo’s statewide response to COVID-19, offers advice on remaining diligent amid the continuing pandemic, and accentuates her office’s emphasis on mental well-being — all while expressing gratitude for loved ones who have guided her along life’s paths.

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