Aging with Passion & Purpose:
Aging Well in the Age of Technology
October 20-21, 2013
The submission deadline was April 15.
Conference Purpose: The purpose of this fourth biennial conference on aging–Aging with Passion and Purpose: Aging Well in the Age of Technology–is to bring together professionals, administrators, service-providers, researchers, educators and students, caregivers, older adults, baby boomers, and others to gain awareness of how technology, in all of its forms, can impact the lives of individuals as they age by maximizing independence and quality of life. The conference experience will provide attendees opportunities to share and learn knowledge and deepen their understanding of possibilities and also to connect with persons who have similar interests and goals in the field of aging. CEUs will be offered at this event.
As a presenter at the Aging with Passion and Purpose conference, you will have the opportunity to:
Conference Theme: Aging with Passion and Purpose: Aging Well in the Age of Technology.
This conference will explore the technologies available to age well.
Conference Topics: Conference sessions will address relevant research and practice in each of the following dimensions of aging.
Submission Process: The deadline for submission was April 15.
An email will be sent to all primary presenters notifying them of acceptance or regrets. Primary presenters are asked to notify fellow participants.
Terms of Agreement: All presenters will need to register for the conference and will be responsible for registration fees and travel expenses.
Deadline for submission: 5:00 p.m. CDT, April 15, 2013
Acceptance/regrets notification sent: on or before May 24, 2013
Presenter confirmation of invitation: June 7, 2013
Early registration deadline for conference: September 20, 2013
Final registration deadline for conference: October 14, 2013
Conference Dates: October 20-21, 2013
Criteria for Selection: The method of selection used for submissions will be a peer review process among the conference planning committee. Presentation proposals will be assessed using the following criteria: