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Hoarding Disorder and Older Adults
Thursday, March 04, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST
Category: Educational Events

Hoarding Disorder and Older Adults

This webinar will give a basic overview of hoarding disorder, aim to dispel myths, reduce stigma, and promote best practices. Although hoarding behaviors tend to start early in life, they usually become significantly more problematic in the middle to later years of life. The presenter will lay a foundation by providing up-to-date research on hoarding disorder, its impact on older adults, and suggestions for intervention.

Intended audience: This presentation is appropriate for all professionals working with older adults. It is also appropriate for educators, researchers, and students in the field of aging and anyone interested in hording disorder in older age.

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Presenter: Jill Williams, MA, Older Adult Behavioral Health Specialist and co-chair of Multnomah County's Hoarding Taskforce

Jill received her Masters of Arts in Clinical Art Therapy from Vermont College. Her professional career has included work in hospice, long-term care, and adult protective services. Since 2015 she has been a Clinical Service Specialist with the statewide Older Adult Behavioral Health Initiative (OABHI). Jill provides system navigation, clinical consultation, and ongoing workforce development opportunities. She has planned and presented at several large-scale conferences since working with OABHI. Jill is also the co-chair of the Multnomah County Hoarding Task Force and leads their training team. She provides consulting and training in best practices and interventions when hoarding is a presenting issue.


 Registration Fee

  • OGA members: Free!
  • Non-members: $10
  • Non-member students/seniors and registrants with limited financial means: $5

Why do we ask for a fee?

OGA is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. Events and donations are our main sources of income to fund our educational and networking programs.

Reduced or complementary event registration is one of the great benefits for OGA members! If you like our educational program - we strive to offer at least one event per month - becoming a member will pay off quickly! To learn more about OGA membership, please visit our Membership page.

However, we understand that many of us are struggling to make ends meet these days. No one will be turned away! If you cannot afford $5 at this moment, please contact us at [email protected] - thanks to the generous donations of OGA members and friends throughout the year, we can cover a small number of registrations for each event.


PLEASE REGISTER HERE to receive the Zoom link. Should you encounter any difficulties registering online, please don't hesitate to reach out! Please note that payment via check is currently not possible through the online form! If you cannot or do not wish to pay electronically, please do not complete the form. Instead, contact us at [email protected], and we will guide you through the offline payment process.


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