DCSRG Event – Shaping Aging Services: The Future is Now

Monday, November 14, 2011

8:00am-Registration/Exhibit Hall/Breakfast


11:30am-Exhibit Hall/Networking-Noon Adjournment

Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University

800 Florida Avenue NE, Washington, DC  20002

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George Taler,MD, Director, Long Term Care, Washington Hospital Center, and Co-Director of The Medical House Call Program.  (Presenting a visionary look at “Health Reform, Politics, and the National Debt:  Savings Lives and Saving America.”)  Dr. Taler will share with us intriguing ideas on reform and the politics of getting it done.

Larry Minnix, President and CEO of Leading Age, an association of 5500 not-for-profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging. (Presenting a look into new and emerging technologies that can enhance the aging experience and the implications of technology on aging services delivery.

What will be the new normal that emerges from our economic turmoil?

In the context of health care reform, the changing economy, and the coming of age of the baby boomers, dramatic changes are taking place in long term care services.  Are we ready for the speed and the magnitude of change? Hear how two thought leaders in aging services view the future and how they are shaping it! 

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