Nandita Bezabruah, School of Social Work, presented at the International Council on Active Aging Conference on 18 November at Orlando, Florida. The theme of this year’s conference was “Reimagine Aging.” The title of the presentation was “Improving Hand Comfort and Function As Well As Multiple Wellness Dimensions in Two Retirement Settings.” 

Nandita presented the results of collaborative study between Sue Humphers-Ginther, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Shawn Ginther and Nandita Bezbaruah, School of Social Work, and Janet Hollander, Nia Technique Faculty and owner of Moving Toward Health, Eugene, Oregon. The Nia Hand Movement Study was supported in part by a 19A Grant from the College of Education and Human Services.