On Tuesday, March 21, the UNO Department of Gerontology, the Grace Abbott School of Social Work, the Center for Public Affairs Research and its community partners will be hosting its biannual Aging with Passion and Purpose Conference, which focuses on America’s growing elder population and provides advice on how we can all better prepare for the future by planning today.
With a theme of “Next Generation Services,” the 2017 Aging with Passion and Purpose Conference will feature local and national experts on health and long-term care policy who will discuss their views on five key areas, including the Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)..
For more information about the Aging with Passion and Purpose Conference, as well as registration instructions, please visit the conference website.
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