Exhibit/Marketing Opportunities – Two major National Aging in Place Celebrations

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Charles Kauffman Mid Atlantic Director
National Aging in Place Council
PO Box 71035
Chevy Chase MD 20813
301 467 9336 Fax 301 986 9734
NAIPC@aol.com
TO MOVE OR STAY-HOW TO CHOOSE”
Two major National Aging in Place Celebrations for the MD, DC Metro area will be held in Montgomery County. At the Holiday Park Senior Center on Thursday October 11th 2007 and at the Rockville Senior Center on Thursday November 8th 2007 from 1pm-4pm.
On October 11th 2007, Holiday Park Senior Center will host the first of two DC Metro Area celebrations of National Aging in Place Week. On Thursday November 8th 2007 the Rockville Senior Center will host the second of these two events geared to encourage awareness of home and community based services that make independent living at home better and easier for older Americans. Combined audiences of seniors and professionals of approximately 500 expected.
Two panels consisting of professional caregivers, government, non-profits and financial organizations will emphasize new approaches, resources and support to help retirees to continue to live in their own homes and communities with independence and dignity.
October 11th 2006 at Holiday Park , Stuart Rosenthal, Publisher of The Senior Beacon will be the moderator; Panelists are Stephanie Hull, Maryland Department of Aging; Susan McWhinney-Morse, Founder of Beacon Hill Village; David Schimmel, UJF-NORC program; Andrea Cohen, HouseWorks. They will discuss the various considerations and options in housing.
On November 8th 2007, at Rockville Senior Center, Steve Gurney, Publishers of The Guide for Retirement Living will be the moderator and the panelists are Stanley Slater, MD a leading Gerontologist-Psychiatrist; Louis Tenenbaum, Universal Design; Ilene Rosenthal, Maryland Deputy Secretary of Aging, They will discuss the personal considerations in making a choice. Both events are expected to give new and valuable information to both seniors and professionals.
Following the panel presentations and refreshments, guests will participate in discussions with panelists to determine first hand retirees’ interests and the real needs of seniors who consider aging in place at home.
Program Advertising Program-page size 5’x8″. Business Card size only- approximately 6 per page. One program for both events. Cost $95.
Display Space – 2 promotional spaces per 8 ft. table. Cost per half table per event $95..
ALL INCLUSIVE DISCOUNT – HALF TABLE AT BOTH EVENTS AND BUSINESS CARD AD $250 NAIPC Members Request Member Discount.
Charles Kauffman Mid Atlantic Director
National Aging in Place Council
PO Box 71035
Chevy Chase MD 20813
301 467 9336 Fax 301 986 9734
NAIPC@aol.com
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