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New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services Department Announces 40th Annual ‘Conference on Aging

Older Adults, Caregivers, and Professionals to Gather August 21st-22nd

By NM Aging & Long-Term Services Department 

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – The New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department (ALTSD) today announced their upcoming 40th Annual ‘Conference on Aging’ which will be held August 21 and 22 at Isleta Resort & Casino Conference Center. The two-day event supports active aging throughout New Mexico. The theme for the 2018 conference is “Supporting Active Aging: Today – Tomorrow – Beyond”.

The Conference on Aging is the only integrated conference for New Mexico residents over age 50, family caregivers, advocates, policymakers, and community-based service providers throughout the state. The event provides an opportunity to network in an informal atmosphere with older adults, businesses and non-profits, and to discuss strategies, challenges, and best practices for aging.

ALTSD is encouraging partners to take an active role in the conference. There are multiple ways to get involved:

Deadlines for Partners

Workshop Presenters: April 23
Workshops educate, entertain and provide valuable information. We welcome new ideas and topics.

Health & Enrichment Fair Participants: April 23 The Health and Enrichment Fair features service providers and interactive stations.

Financial Supporters (sponsors, advertisers, exhibitors, gift contributors): May 14 All financial support options are important to the success of the Conference, and provide valuable exposure for you and your organization.

For full details on partner opportunities, including fillable partner support forms and an overall schedule of events, For additional information, contact Andrea Allen at (505) 383-3900

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