August 2020



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Age Well Conference

09:00 AM - 06:00 PM

The 8th annual Age Well Conference will bring together professionals, academics, and advocates to discuss issues and innovations in aging.

About this Event

The Age Well Conference is an annual one-day event that attracts hundreds of professionals, academics, and advocates from Colorado's front range and beyond to meet, learn, and discuss ongoing and emerging issues and trends in aging-related products, services, research, and innovation.

The 2019 conference will be a symposium-style event centered around market trends, social and healthcare policies, social determinants of health, and themes based on AARP/World Health Organization's domains of livability:

The event will feature sessions that take analytical and critical perspectives on local, state, and national policies and trends relating to aging and society. Following in the tradition of our prior conference, presentations and dialogues will be led by notable and esteemed researchers, innovators, and practitioners. While we continue to finalize the sessions for the day, here's a preview of our confirmed speakers for the day:

Kathy Greenlee, JD (KEYNOTE SPEAKER)

President & CEO Greenlee Global, LLC

Former Assistant Secretary for Aging, Administration for Community Living

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Claire Boozer Cruse, MPH

Manager, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions

Stephanie Denning, MPA

Principal, Health Management Associates

Sponsoring exhibitors will represent an array of local businesses, organizations, and products and services throughout the day. A catered lunch is included, as well as a closing happy hour with drinks, hors d'oeuvres, and door prizes hosted by the Aging Services Foundation of Boulder County.

Join a growing community of professionals, businesses and organizations that serve, study, or care for older adults.

Interested in sponsoring? Click here

Register to attend HERE


: 6007 Oreg Ave


Boulder County Area Agency on Aging

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