Aging Well in Jefferson County - "Living on the Edge"
Tuesday, June 25, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (MDT)
How do I pay with a check if I am an attendee?
If you would like to purchase your ticket by check please follow the instructions below.
The registration site will not be able to process checks so you must send them to:
c/o Seniors’ Resource Center
3227 Chase Street
Denver, CO 80212.
Checks must be made out to Seniors' Resource Center with a note on the check that states, Aging Well Conference.
Included must be all of the registration information: name (each person in your party), number of people attending, e-mail address, company/organization registrant works for, their job title and phone number.
Once your check is received we will enter your information into the EventBrite registration site and you will receive a confirmation email with your ticket(s). Please print your ticket(s) and bring them the day of the conference. All checks must be recieved by May 31, 2013. If you have any questions please contact Chelsea Rybak at email@example.com.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Please bring your printed ticket to the registration table on the day of event.
Sponsor group topic information:
Basic Needs may include topics such as:
Financial, Medical, Food Secruity, Civil and Criminal Legal Matters, Emergency Preparedness, and Access to Information and Services
Caregiving and Supportive Services may include topics such as:
Respite Care, Taking Care of Oneself, Support Groups for Caregivers, Traning for Caregivers, How Human Resource Departements are Reaching Out to Caregiving Employees, Home Maintenance and Repairs, Care Management and Adult Day Centers
Health, Mental Health, Wellness and Prevention may include topics such as:
Visiion, Dental and Auditory Services for Seniors, Mental Health Services for Seniors,Increasing Healthy Behaviors, Senior Center Activities, Needs for More MEdical Personnel Focused on Seniors and Schools, Colleges, Universities Offering Medical Certifications and Degrees in the Medical Profession
Housing may include topics such as:
Affordable Housing, Accessory Dwelling Units, Co-Housing Models, Assited Living/Nursing Homes, VIllage Model, Sustainability and Culture Change Movement
Social and Civic Engagement may include topics such as:
Meaningful Volunteer Opporutnites, Retrainign Opporutnites for the Older Worker, Lifelong Learning Opportunities, Phased Retirement, Staying Connected to Community through Faith and Retirement Preparation through Human Resource Departments
Transportaion may include topics such as:
Giving Up the Keys, Car Fit Program, Public Transportation, Assisted Transportation, Non-Emergent Medical Transportation, Environmental Barriers, Transporation Infrastructure and Various Modes of Transporation and Mobility
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