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Jacquelyn Frank

Dialogue Moderator

Dr. Jacquelyn Frank is a professor at Eastern Illinois University. Dr. Frank’s areas of focus include aging in place, residents’ perspectives, Alzheimer's disease and dementia in prison. In 2002 she published The Paradox of Aging in Place in Assisted Living (Greenwood Press), which focused on the residents’ experiences living in two assisted living settings in the Chicagoland area. She has authored several other publications on assisted living and aging in place. Dr. Frank has been researching different aspects of incarceration for over ten years (including aging in prison, teenagers incarcerated as adults, chronic disease self-management, and hospice care in prison. A selection of her publications are below:

Jacquelyn Frank
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