There is limited space for the conference, so please register at the link below as soon as possible.
Please also apply for a scholarship if you are eligible. We have extended the deadline for scholarship applications until February 13, but you are encouraged not to delay registration.
The Florida Justice Institute has republished the Sixth Edition of the Older Floridians Handbook: Laws and Programs Affecting Older Floridians.
Explore the yearly health data report published by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (with information at the county level) by clicking here.
It provides data on measures of: 1. Health Behaviors (e.g., obesity, food insecurity, smoking, insufficient sleep, etc.) 2. Clinical Care (e.g., insurance, primary care physicians, health screenings, etc.) 3. Social & Economic Factors (e.g., income, education, employment, residential segregation, etc.) and 4. Physical Environment (pollution, housing conditions, commute times, etc.).
There is also a fascinating new tool with county level data created by the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN), that you can find here.
It has 18 different factors you can examine,
1. Population density
3. Young Adults
4. Adults (30-44)
5. Midlife Adults (45-99)
6. Seniors (60 +)
7. High school graduates
9. Vehicle access
10. Active Duty Military
12. Racial Diversity
13. Foreign Born
14. Language Other Than English Spoken at Home
16. Where Is Mobile Broadband Available?
17. How Fast Is Mobile Broadband?
18. Where Are Homes Connected to High-Speed Internet?
Share these with the others at your organization who might find it useful and let me know ways that you use it by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.