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Aging and Long-Term Services Department to Host 39th Annual New Mexico Conference on Aging

Conference held August 15-16 at Isleta

SANTA FE, NM – The New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department (ALTSD) will host the 39th annual ‘New Mexico Conference on Aging’ August 15 – 16 at the Isleta Resort and Casino Conference Center in Albuquerque.  Pre-registration is currently underway for the event and closes August 7.

The New Mexico Conference on Aging offers older adults, caregivers and professionals who work with them a chance to learn and have fun in an environment that encourages independence and dignity. The theme for the 2017 conference is “Supporting Active Aging: Today – Tomorrow – Beyond”.

Who should attend:

• Older New Mexicans • Board Members
• Volunteers • Care Managers
• Senior Center Staff • Aging Network Providers
• AAA Staff • Caregivers
• Professionals • Paraprofessionals

Conference Activities:

The annual two-day event supports active aging throughout the state and provides participants an opportunity to network, share expertise, and discuss strategies, challenges, and best practices. The conference features two full days of keynote speakers, targeted breakout sessions, informative educational programs, and exhibits.

Registration:

Participants can register for the conference online or by mail. Registration forms and additional conference information are available on the event website at http://www.nmaging.state.nm.us/2017-conference-on-aging.aspx, or by calling 866-842-9230 (toll free) or 505-383-3901.

11 hours of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for participants.

For conference sponsorship information, contact Crystal Lucero at (505) 383-3905 or crystal.lucero@state.nm.us.

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