Don’t Miss the Big Event in DC Next Week!
DCSRG Presents The Annual Big Event
The Age Wave:Will The Care Be There
Monday, November 1, 2010
8:00 am – Registration/Exhibit Hall/Breakfast
11:30 am – Exhibit Hall/Networking – Noon adjournment
Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center
3800 Reservoir Road NW, Washington DC
What does care look like now and what does it need to look like in 2030?:
2030 is the year that the peak of the Baby Boom turns 75 (the age at which care needs typically escalate), so it is our horizon point for the crest of the Age Wave.
To meet this explosion of demand, we need to have a plan and a plan requires objectives. This involves projecting the care and housing needs of a generation as well as their demands for how they want to have those needs met.
Hear how our local jurisdictions view the future and how they are preparing for it.
Our speakers include:
John G. Haaga, Deputy Director
National Institute on Aging
Division of Behavioral & Social Research
Clarence Brown, Executive Director
D.C. Office on Aging
Secretary Gloria Lawlah
State of Maryland
Office on Aging
Terri Lynch, Director
Arlington Agency on Aging, DHS
Space is limited. Reserve yours by sending an email to: [email protected]