Leadership Exchange and Conference Early Bird Ends in One Week - CEUs Pending

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Early Bird Registration

Take advantage of our early bird registration before it expires on May 10th! Receive a discount on all preconference and post conference events as well as the Main Conference Day

Main Conference Day Highlights

The Main Conference Day on June 12th at Arena Stage will feature a variety of session types to insure everyone from artists, to caregivers, to educators are receiving the most useful information for their work. Visit our Search the Sessions page to learn more about each individual session.

Keynotes - Three keynote presentations will cover how the field of creative aging began, how to develop age friendly communities utilizing the arts, and the future of the field.

Critical Issues - Hear from conference keynotes in a smaller group setting on issues in the field including how to create person-centered living environments for people with cognitive dislabilities and their caregivers.

Research Forum- Though we intrinsically know the arts are essential to healthy aging, a growing body of evidence has proven this long held belief. Learn about the most up-to-date research in the field of creative aging.

Best Practice Exchange - Learn about best practices in arts and aging programming from around the world.

Capacity Building Exchange - Get more information about how to build and sustain your creative aging program in a variety of settings.

Experiential Workshops - These workshops will focus on the hands on arts methodologies you can use in your day-to-day work with older adults. From poetry to dance, learn about these techniques from professional teaching artists.

Continuing Education Credits

Continuing Education Credits for Social Work, Activity Directors, and Nursing Home Administration are pending.

Group Rates Available

Do you have a group coming to the conference? We're offering special discounted rates to groups over three. Email conference@creativeaging.org or call 202-895-9456 for more information.



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