- Identifying age-related health changes
Currently, the ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center and its co-hosts, the New York State Caregiving and Respite Coalition and the New York State Office for the Aging, are looking for proposals for breakout sessions on any aspect of planned or emergency respite service delivery, streamlined access, research, evaluation, policy, best practices or innovation. The Call for Presentations is open until September 28, 2018.
The 2018 National Indian Council on Aging, Inc. (NICOA) Conference on Aging in Indian Country will be held in Temecula, California. This biennial conference focuses exclusively on American Indian and Alaska Native Elders. Attendees will learn about important policy issues for Elders, discuss new programs and services that tribal communities are developing to promote aging and support services within Indian Country and urban areas, attend workshops, and participate in cultural events focused on Elders.
This forum attracts law enforcement, victim service professionals, allied practitioners, policymakers, and researchers to share current developments and build new collaborations. It offers over 80 interactive conference sessions highlighting practical information to better support services for persons victimized by all types of crimes.
The 2019 Aging in America Conference will be held in New Orleans, April 15-18. Over 3,000 attendees from across the nation and abroad attend the annual ASA Aging in America Conference conference to learn, network and participate in the largest multidisciplinary conference covering issues of aging and quality of life for older adults.
Registration is now open for the 2018 Consumer Voice Conference. This year’s conference will be held October 22-24, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Old Town Alexandria in Alexandria, Virginia. The conference will feature federal policy experts discussing policy updates, long-term care consumers speaking about their experiences, the opportunity to share best practices with other advocates, and an environment to develop new skills that will support future advocacy work.
AUCD has announced that their 2018 conference will be held on November 11-14 in Washington, DC and will focus on the theme of belonging and inclusion. The goal of this conference is to share strategies for integrating people with disabilities into every aspect of their communities and to promote equal opportunity in all areas, including education, housing, employment, healthcare, transportation, faith communities, and beyond.
NCIL is hosting the 2018 Annual Conference on Independent Living from July 23-26 in Washington, DC. The theme of this year’s conference is mobilization and advocacy. Over 1,000 people are expected to attend, making this the biggest Independent Living event of 2018. Early bird registration is available through April 27.
The National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) is hosting their Annual Conference from June 18 – 21, 2018 in Baltimore, MD. The conference will be attended by over 500 P&A professionals and will feature over 70 workshops to help attendees grow skills, build partnerships, and improve advocacy efforts.
Workshop descriptions can be found here: http://www.ndrn.org/en/events/583-workshop-descriptions.html.
Register today for the 40th Annual AIRS I&R Training and Education Conference! The conference will be held June 3 to 6, 2018, in Dallas, Texas. The Registration Brochure is available through the AIRS website along with additional conference information including hotel reservations, online registration and a program summary. The conference registration is open, and Early Bird prices are available until April 3, 2018.