Get a front row seat at the 3rd annual World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) Conference! This live event is hosted by the Arizona Department of Economic Security (ADES) for individuals, professional organizations, and communities to connect and advocate against abuse, neglect, and exploitation of older people including individuals with disabilities. This is an important opportunity for those serving such communities; government, service providers, non-profit and for-profit organizations to network, discover innovative practices, and share information and resources.
Your registration gets you full access to the WEAAD virtual site, and all open activities listed in the agenda on June 15-16, 2021, including session playback and incredible networking opportunities.
Refund requests must be received by 5:00 pm on June 8, 2021. There are no exhibitor refunds at any time.
Hundreds of professionals working in the areas of aging and disability networks will be gathering in one place for two full days to make connections and find the best resources and services in disability supports. Participating in the World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Virtual Conference provides the opportunity to promote your company in an online format in an easy and effective way!
If you are looking to interact with aging and disability professionals in Arizona and nationally, then this is an event you will want to attend! Register today to reserve your spot, limited booth spaces are available.
Check out this video to see how a virtual exhibitor booth works!
Once you register, you will receive a customizable booth setup email within 1-2 business days.
At this year's World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Virtual Conference, DES would like to recognize exceptional individuals across Arizona who serve Arizona's elder population. Click here to nominate Aging Services Stars in Arizona. We would like to honor individuals in each county in Arizona who have gone above and beyond in these areas:
Innovation: Creating innovative solutions to improve health and economic security of older adults in the community.
Quality of Care: Going above and beyond to provide care with kindness and excellence.
Change Agent: Working to ensure that every person-- regardless of gender, color, income, sexuality, or zip code-- has the resources to age well.
If you have any questions about the nomination process, please contact Juliana Davis at email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For session description, click session title or following session title. Click presenter photo for biography. All times below are Arizona time zone.