October 15, 2018
Professional Age Well Conference Nov. 2 in Boulder hosted by Boulder County
Registration required -- Event includes 15+ sessions with local and national presenters
Boulder County, Colo. - By now it should be no surprise that a growing share of Colorado’s population is in the “older adult” category. Companies and organizations across many sectors are waking up to the reality that as baby boomers grow older and age in place, consumer preferences, behaviors, and expectations will look quite different and in much higher numbers than today’s oldest generations.
Boulder County’s seventh annual “Age Well Conference”, held on Friday, Nov. 2, at the NCAR/UCAR Center Green Ballroom in Boulder, brings several hundred experts, academics, and advocates from Colorado and beyond to meet, learn, and discuss ongoing and emerging issues and trends related to older adults and aging in our society. The annual event draws attendees from many industries, including real estate, retail, financial services, long-term care, and healthcare.
What: 2018 Age Well Conference
When: Friday, Nov. 2, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Where: NCAR/UCAR Center Green Ballroom, 3080 Center Green Drive, Boulder
Tickets: $30-$80 at www.2018AgeWell.Eventbrite.com
More than 15 esteemed regional and national experts will speak and present at the conference, including Dr. Marisa Gerstein Pineau of the Washington DC-based Frameworks Institute, Wade Buchanan, Senior Advisor on Aging for the Office of Governor John Hickenlooper, and Karen Brown, Chair of the Colorado Chapter of Aging 2.0.
Registration is required. To register or learn more about the daylong event, please visit 2018AgeWell.eventbrite.com. Lunch is included and parking is free. For more information, contact Lindsay Parsons, with the Boulder County Area Agency on Aging, at 303-441-1583 or email@example.com