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The Call for Presenters for the 2013 Aging with Passion & Purpose: Aging Well in the Age of Technology Conference is now open!
Event Date: 
01.23.2013 12:56 PM - 03.31.2013 05:00 PM
Time Zone: 
(GMT-06:00) Central Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Address 2: 
6001 Dodge Street
City: 
Omaha
State: 
NEBRASKA
Zip: 
68182
Short Description: 

Fourth biennial conference on aging focused on technology

Full Description: 

The Call for Presenters for the 2013 Aging with Passion & Purpose:  Aging Well in the Age of Technology Conference is now open! 

The conference will be held on October 20-21, 2013 at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska. 

The purpose of the fourth biennial conference on aging - Aging with Passion and Purpose: Aging Well in the Age of Technology - is to bring together professionals, administrators, service-providers, researchers, educators and students, caregivers, older adults, baby boomers, and others to gain awareness of how technology, in all of its forms, can impact the lives of individuals as they age by maximizing independence and quality of life. The conference experience will provide attendees opportunities to share and learn knowledge and deepen their understanding of possibilities and also to connect with persons who have similar interests and goals in the field of aging. CEUs will be offered at this event.

 

Submission/Acceptance Deadlines:

Abstract submission: 5:00 pm, CDT, March 31, 2013

Acceptance/regrets notification: May 24, 2013

Presenter confirmation of invitation: June 7, 2013

Early registration deadline: September 20, 2013

Final registration deadline: October 14, 2013

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