Aging Well Conference 

Friday, June 1, 2018  |  UW-Parkside Student Center
 

Thank you to everyone who made our 28th Annual Aging Well Conference a success! Be sure to mark your calendar for next year's conference on June 7, 2019. 

You learned a lot at the 28th Annual Aging Well Conference. For detailed information about the sessions you attended, please click on the link below.

View 2018 Agenda

Download a copy of the program (PDF)

Platinum Sponsor
Stowell Associates

Gold Sponsors
Adventures in Lifelong Learning
Aging and Disability Resource Center of Racine County
Heritage Health Services, LLC
Parkview Gardens

Silver Sponsors
Celebre Place & Library Terrace
Right at Home
Society’s Assets

Bronze Sponsors
Aurora Healthcare
Comfort Keepers
Community Care, Inc.
Financial Services Group
Hospice Alliance
My Choice Family Care
PeopleCare In-Home Care Services

Exhibitors
BrightStar Care
Brookdale Senior Living
CapTel Outreach
Casa del Mar
Crossroads Care Center of Kenosha
Lutheran Social Services
Office for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
The Addison of Pleasant Prairie
Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library

This conference provides you with a unique opportunity to meet attendees one on one at various break-out sessions. We also offer multiple advertising opportunities as well as exhibitor tables to display products and services between events. You will meet community members working in the field of aging, active retirees and people considering a career in gerontology.

Sponsorship information for the 2019 conference coming soon.

A Look Back at our Keynote Presentations

  • Kay Van Norman and dancer (horse)

    RUNNING WITH SCISSORS  |  Kay Van Norman

    We examined the hidden barriers to healthy aging and describes how to overcome “lifestyle inertia” and engage healthy lifestyles both personally and professionally. With Kay Van Norman's engaging keynote presentation, we explored what’s behind the common gap between intentions for aging well and the actions, and provides practical strategies to help individuals move into action.

  • Angela Lunde

    RE-IMAGINE DEMENTIA  |  Angela Lunde, M.A. 

    When we arrived, we all likely had specific keywords, stereotypes, or impressions that came to mind when we would think about dementia. In Angela Lunde's presentation, we learned to challenge the common stereotypes we held about dementia and left with a new and more truthful narrative to apply to our expectations, beliefs, language, and actions when it comes to aging and dementia.

  • David Iverson

    ADDITION IN THE FACE OF SUBTRACTION: AGING WITH GRACE IN THE 21st CENTURY  |  David Iverson

    With a captivating keynote presentation, David Iverson challenged us to consider how can we build a society that bolsters both those who are aging and those who support them. Together we grappled with the facts that our country is growing older each year and the percentage of those living with degenerative diseases continues to increase at alarming rates. Despite the staggering percentages, we were reminded that there is power in numbers and we are all in this together.

2018 Platinum and Gold Sponsors

Stowell Associates
Adventures in Lifelong Learning
Aging and Disability Resource Center of Racine County
Parkview Gardens

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Susan Bogar  |  262-595-2498  |  bogar@uwp.edu

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