The Coshocton County Beacon September 19, 2018 - Page 3
SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
THE BEACON 3
Windsorwood Place hosts Facebook live
stream of candidates
By Beth Scott
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Seniors at Windsorwood Place watched the live Face-
book stream of the lieutenant governor candidates for
Ohio, Bett y Sutt on (D) and Jon Husted (R).
COSHOCTON – Th e seniors at Windsorwood Place assisted
living were invited to a live Facebook stream of the lieu-
tenant governor candidates for Ohio on Th ursday, Sept.
13. Th e Ohio Aging Advocacy Coalition hosted “A Con-
versation with Seniors” with candidates Betty Sutton (D)
and Jon Husted (R) to answer questions that were most
important to seniors in Ohio.
“Th ey defi nitely could relate to the questions being
posed,” said Betsy Crossley, executive director at Wind-
sorwood. “Some of our seniors had cared for spouses or
loved ones. Most of the needs that were discussed, their
needs are already being met by being in assisted living,
but they’ve been in situations where they’ve cared for
loved ones, so they defi nitely could relate.”
Th e event was emceed by Barbara Riley, chairperson
for Ohio Aging Advocacy Coalition. Topics covered
included addressing the shortage of Ohio caregivers,
funding long-term care for seniors, how to support fami-
lies with informal (unpaid) caregivers, protection against
elder abuse, how to support individuals and families of
individuals with dementia, better managing the care of
those in need, and private fi nancing to long-term ser-
Th e Ohio Aging Advocacy Coalition partnered with
assisted living facilities throughout the state of Ohio to
off er the live Facebook stream.
“We partnered with the Ohio Aging Advocacy Coalition
to educate the senior population and the people who
work closely with the seniors,” said Crossley. “We also
had representatives from the republican and democratic
party in our community come just to get an idea of what
issues are aff ecting our seniors and how each candidate
responded to the questions.”
To see the video of the question and answer session,
fi nd the Ohio Again Advocacy Coalition on Facebook.
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