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Elder Concert 2017
Thu, September 28, 2017, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM EDT
Elder Concert is a statewide multidisciplinary elder care conference. In the past 16 years Elder Concert has brought geriatric care managers, elder law attorneys, professional guardians, accountants, social service agencies, social workers, facility administrators, health care providers, government employees, financial advisors and other professionals important to the quality of life of the Florida senior's. Elder Concert is expertly facilitated and has open interactive sessions for dynamic and effective adult learning. In this way, each profession is learning from the other professions. The Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys (AFELA) is the founding organization of Elder Concert. From the beginning, we allied with other leading elder care organizations such as the Elder Law Section of the Florida Bar, Florida State Guardianship Association, Alzheimer’s Community Care, Florida Geriatric Care Managers/Aging Life Care Association, Florida, Department of Elder Affairs, The University of South Florida and Florida Atlantic University. Elder Concert helps bring elder care professionals together for the greater good.
Testimonials for Elder Concert:
“Elder Concert is one of the most unique educational experience I attend each year. A true knowledge share amongst professionals from many disciplines all committed to improving the service offerings we all deliver for our elderly population. We thoroughly enjoy this event each year”
Scott Greenberg, CAEd President ComForcare Home Care
“I have attended Elder Concert for many years. It is a great place to network with other professionals and engage in discussions about important issues that impact older adults and their families. If you have not attended, I encourage you to seriously consider joining us this year – you won’t be disappointed!”
Jenni Frumer,PhD,LCSW, MSEd, RG,
Alpert Jewish Family & Children’s Service, Levine Jewish Residential & Family Service
"As a caregiver of 8 years - mom had Alzheimer's, and as a social worker having attended many other conferences and workshops, I thought I knew it all. I was wrong. I learned so much at the Elder Concert. The presentations held my interest, were informative and professional. Each presenter was approachable and available for questions. Attending the Elder Conference was an invaluable experience."