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Location: Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Blvd Boston , MA, 02210The Boston Chapter of Aging 2.0, together with the Age Friendly Foundation, is pleased to announce “Revolutionize”. Join us on October 25, 2019 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston for our inaugural conference. Let’s revolutionize our approach to aging by promoting creative collaborations among the varied sectors engaged in aging services. Recently named the Silicon Valley of Aging by Inc. Magazine, Massachusetts provides an ideal backdrop to this international event promoting innovations in aging. As a center of research, education, healthcare, policy and innovation, Boston is the perfect host to a conference seeking to revolutionize our approach to aging. Revolutionize Boston 2019 will bring together leaders from these many sectors to reimagine and redirect the future of aging. Our participants and presenters are leaders in government, public policy, business, healthcare, research and education.
Location: The Gideon Putnam Hotel, 24 Gideon Putnam Road Saratoga Springs , NY, 12866The State Society on Aging of New York (SSA) will be holding its 47th annual conference from Tuesday, October 29th through Wednesday, October 30th at The Gideon Putnam Hotel in Saratoga Springs, New York. We invite you to submit proposals for presentations, posters, and artwork on subjects in the field of aging, including but not limited to gerontology, geriatrics, public policy, service practice, and elder law. We welcome proposals from academics, researchers, service providers, administrators, policymakers, clinicians, private practitioners, students, older adults, and others working in the field. This year the theme of the conference is Fresh Ideas for the New Old Age. We invite you to contribute to a two-day program that will lift up innovative solutions that address the needs of older adults and their families. We are especially interested in presenting solutions that involve collaborations among individuals, organizations, and communities to build age-friendly societies.