Jed Johnson supervises operations and staff for CARF International's Aging Services accreditation area. He provides leadership for developing standards and improvements in accreditation processes. Jed joined CARF in October 2018 after 18 years at Easterseals, where he served as vice president of national programs.
Johnson's primary expertise lies in caregiving (with a prior focus on rural and/or military/veteran caregiving populations), transportation/mobility and aging, respite care, and adult day services.
Areas of Expertise (9)
Military or veteran caregiving
Adult Day Services
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Care for Older Adults
Elderly mobility needs
Aging with a disability
2012 Gloria Cavanaugh Award for Excellence in Training and Education (professional)
The American Society of Aging presents the Gloria Cavanaugh Award for Excellence in Training and Education to an individual or organization that has demonstrated continued excellence in training and education in the field of aging. Easter Seals received the award in 2012 for services, education and training projects that Johnson led.
2009 Robert E. Bradford Leadership Award (professional)
Awarded annually by Easter Seals, the Robert E. Bradford Leadership Award recognizes the leadership skills of a headquarters staff member who has demonstrated a strong commitment to Easter Seals and the potential for growth.
2006 Ruth Von Behren Award (professional)
Awarded by the National Adult Day Services Association (NADSA), the Ruth Von Behren Award recognizes the personal achievements and commitment of individuals in the field of Adult Day Services who have had a national impact on Adult Day Services. It is given to an outstanding volunteer or employee of an organization that directly supports adult day services nationally.
University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School: MBA, Public Management 1985
University of Pennsylvania - School of Social Work: MSW, Health Care, Aging 1985
Oberlin College: BA, Government, Urban Studies 1980
- Elizabeth Dole Foundation
- PsychArmor Institute - Caregiver & Families Advisory Committee
- Lifespan Respite Technical Assistance Center - ARCH Advisory Committee
Media Appearances (1)
Jed Johnson to join CARF as managing director of aging services
CARF International online
Former Easterseals executive brings two decades of experience with CARF surveys and governance.
Industry Publications (7)
Jed Johnson served on the National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) Advisory Panel for this publication. The purpose of this study is to present a portrait of unpaid family caregivers today. To that end, NAC and the AARP Public Policy Institute present Caregiving in the U.S. 2015, based on data collected in late 2014.
Jed Johnson served as a reviewer for this publication.
Jed Johnson served as a reviewer for this publication. The purpose of this issue brief is two-fold. First, it will assist Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) in identifying relevant resources and stakeholders at the federal, state, and local levels that can assist with the direct provision of transportation coordination services to consumers. The second purpose is to demonstrate how ADRCs can connect with existing transportation coalitions in their communities to pursue broader changes in the transportation system.
Jed Johnson and Marilyn Hartle
The social work profession has and will continue to play a vital role in preparing for and responding to what has been often referred to as the "graying of America." This social work role is particularly important when working with persons with dementia and related diagnoses.
This report is a summary of findings from the 2004 survey related to caregiving in rural America, but is also a statement of the need for additional information and action. Jed Johnson was one of the principle authors.
Jed Johnson served as a contributor and reviewer for this publication wile sitting on the National MS Society Adult Day Task Force.
This article explores the unique role of social work within adult day services, one of the fastest growing segments in the health care marketplace. The particular role of advocacy, care management, and crisis intervention are highlighted and discussed using three case studies.