The Agency on Aging of South Central CT is looking for partners for the annual TEARS Conference. Go here for more information.
Sponsorship, exhibitor tables and resource guide ads are available.
Your Organization Benefits
- You will have direct contact with the over 600 professionals attending.
- These professionals have direct contact with thousands of consumers.
Older Adults Benefit
- Your support allows this conference to provide invaluable training and support for aging industry professionals (and free continuing education credits).
Reserve your table by July 15 & receive a $100 discount.
Legal helplines and hotlines receive many calls each day that have to be screened for urgency and eligibility. Helpline providers also have to keep information organized for facilitating return calls and case management system input. Systems like automated workflow can improve the experience for both callers and helpline providers. This webcast will present a legal helpline case study to explore how a dynamic case management system allows legal aid providers to automate workflow (with no coding required), integrate with other software, collaborate with internal and external partners, and improve analytics through artificial intelligence embedded applications.
To register go here.
Sponsored by The National Center on Law and Elder Rights
2019 Elder Justice Training
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, State Unit on Aging is co-sponsoring a training for professionals in the aging network, attorneys, bankers, social workers, healthcare professional, APS staff and long-term care ombudsmen and their volunteers. Kathy Greenlee, President & CEO, Greenlee Global, LLC and former Assistant Secretary of Aging, Administration for Community Living, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is the featured speaker. Topics covered will include advance directives, frauds and scams, the aging network and legal services for the elderly and pharmacy-related issues for seniors. This training will take place via live-stream on August 20. Participants may view the live-stream on their individual computers, or go to any of the ten physical locations in Nebraska showing the stream. Participation is free, but registration is required.
The agenda and registration details are posted at www.dhhs.ne.gov/agingtraining.
Co-sponsors include AARP Nebraska, University of Nebraska Omaha Department of Gerontology, Creighton University School of Law, Nebraska Bankers Association and Legal Aid of Nebraska
When: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. PT/2:00 p.m. ET. by the National Center on Law & Elder Rights (NCLER)
Courts name guardians to protect adults from abuse, neglect, or exploitation; however, in some circumstances, guardians are perpetrators of such actions. Guardians wield immense power over adults in their care. More information is needed on the extent and consequences of abuse by guardians. However, recent media reports, as well as reports by the Senate Special Committee on Aging and the Government Accountability Office (GAO), and Background Briefs by the National Center for State Courts, highlight egregious cases in which guardians have taken advantage of their positions.
In this webcast, NCLER will cover the following on abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation by family or nonprofessional and professional guardians:
- Case examples
- Court response and intervention
- Finding systemic solutions
This webcast is part of the National Center on Law and Elder Rights (NCLER) Elder Justice Toolkit, and builds on previous Toolkit webcasts, including Elder Abuse: Mandatory and Permissive Reporting For Lawyers and Signs of Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation.
To Register: Click on this link.
Cross-Cultural Communications Symposium: Moving from Empathy to Action
A statewide one-day symposium for anyone
seeking to communicate more effectively
Thursday, June 6th | 8:30am to 4:30pm
Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, Connecticut
“People make decisions based on shared cultural values.” Nat Kendall-Taylor. CEO, Frameworks Institute
We instinctively know that telling the right story can help us educate the public and our constituencies, and move our issues into public dialog. But few of us who work in government, education, law enforcement, criminal justice, disability rights, and other nonprofits are able to generate the primary research that would help us re-frame our message and develop the most effective communication strategies.
At this year’s symposium, we will have conversations about:
- The importance of research,
- Understanding how applied data can help us in our communities,
- The strategies of successfully re-framing challenging issues,
- The synergistic relationship between us and our government and how to best develop that relationship in order to serve constituencies, and
- The changing nature and opportunities of a fluid media landscape, including traditional, ethnic and social media.
Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Moira O’Neil, Director of Research Interpretation and Application at FrameWorks Institute.
2019 CARLSON FORUM: The Aging Experience: Discrimination in the Workplace
June 6, 2019 ~ 8:30am -11:30am
Il Monticello Banquet Facility, 577 S Broad St, Meriden, CT 06450 (Wallingford/Meriden town line)
Keynote Speakers: Attorney Kimberly Jacobsen, Attorney Cheryl A. Sharp, Deputy Director of the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities (CHRO)
Carlson Award Honoree: Attorney Kevin Brophy, Director of Elder Law, CT Legal Services
This event is free and open to the public.
Sponsored by the CT Coalition on Aging with support from the Harold Carlson Fund
RSVP by May 29 to: Beverly Kidder (email@example.com)
This Aging Matters conference will be held on May 3, 2019 from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm at the Keeney Center in Wethersfield, CT.
Presented by: Connecticut Coalition on Aging and Developmental Disabilities, The CT Department of Developmental Services. DORS CT State Unit on Aging, The CT Chapter of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
For more information about the dynamic speakers and topics and to register see this conference brochure.
The Road to Elder Justice – WEAAD Virtual Art Gallery
The Elder Justice Roadmap helped prioritize how to address and prevent elder abuse. Now the aim is to celebrate and build on all of its accomplishments in the WEAAD (World Elder Abuse Awareness Day) Virtual Art Gallery. You are invited to create and submit art that provides an artistic representation of the aging process with one or all of the following themes: equality and justice, respect, empowerment, connections, engagement, community, healing, hope and happiness. All entries will be displayed in a virtual gallery with links to National websites and will receive National recognition as determined appropriate.
Who may enter? Creative adults 18+ from around the country.
Submissions are due by June 1, 2019.
Go here to learn more and to submit your artwork
Join the AARP Fraud Watch Network for a presentation by Frank W. Abagnale to learn how the world’s leading expert can help you outsmart con artists.
This is a free event.
Thursday, June 6, 2019| 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.: Doors Open
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.: Main Event
Mohegan Sun Convention Center, Sky Convention Center – Uncas Ballroom, 1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard, Uncasville, CT 06382
Parking available in the Riverview Garage – park on Levels 1, 3, 4 or 5 and enter through the EAST entrance following the turtle path to the Sky Convention Center – Uncas Ballroom
Registration: 1-877-926-8300 or