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Aging in America 2015 Collaborating Organization Program

The Next 20 Years in Family Caregiving: The 10th Annual National Conference of Caregiver Advocates

Monday, March 21 | 9:00 AM–4:00 PM

Fee $25. Pre-registration is required. Open to first 150 registrants.

Presented by National Alliance for Caregiving

Click here to sign up for this event when you register for Aging in America or to add this event to your existing registration.

Join the National Alliance for Caregiving for a one-day conference on the next 20 years of progress in family caregiving. With presentations from national experts, thought leaders and innovators, this conference will examine the current state of caregiving and innovations that are leading the way to better support for families as America ages. Experience a national conversation on what needs to happen—now and in the future—to better support America’s 44 million family caregivers.

Presenters: Charlotte Dodge, MPP, Advocacy Coordinator; Rick Greene, MSW, Executive Advisor; Gail Hunt, President and CEO; C. Grace Whiting, JD, Director, Strategic Partnerships; all of National Alliance for Caregiving.

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