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The Northwest Geriatric Education Center (NWGEC): The topic for the Annual Geriatric Healthcare Lecture Series this winter quarter is Alzheimer's Disease and Related Issues Geriatric Healthcare Series. Find all the previous lecture series, free of charge at at www.nwgec.org Find the Spring Topics and Speakers list linked here.
UW Geriatric Grand Rounds and Journal Club: 8am every Friday morning at Harborview Medical Center in the Research and Teaching Building at 300 9th Avenue, Seattle WA 98104 in Room 117. http://depts.washington.edu/geront/conferences/grandrounds.html
2014-2015 Series Round Table Discussion Group for Professionals in the Field of Aging: Monthly Discussion Group about Clinical Practice Facilitated by Barbara Green, MSW; 206.799.7108; email@example.com, www.bgreenmsw.org; Senior Services, 2208 2nd Ave, Seattle
Frye Art Museum - Creative Aging Programs: An offering of programs for adults to engage in creative lifelong learning. Programs explore the rich potential of aging and offer opportunities to impact the community’s health and wellbeing.
Pioneer Network's 14th National Conference; Journey to the Heartland held August 2014 in Kansas City MO Live streamed Conference Sessions are available. High Definition copies of each Live streamed conference session have been uploaded. To view, review and share with colleagues, click here.Dementia Friendly RecreationSeattle Parks and Recreation, Winter Quarter: Jan – Mar 2015 poster is linked here
3/21/15 6:06 to 9:29 p.m.
World Dance Party
Rainier Beach HS Gym 8815 S. Seward Park Avenue, Seattle, WA 98118
3/23 to 3/27, 2015
American Society on Aging Conference
3/25/15 6:00-8:00pm Come to the Washington Pioneer Network’s next Conversation Café!
www.wapioneer.wordpress.com, RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-224-3764
SAIDO; Hope for people living with dementia & PARO; therapeutic robots
Nikkei Manor, 700 6th Avenue South, $15 suggested donation—includes appetizers and wine.
2 DSHS approved CEU’s awarded at session end for all long term care workers. Find more information at http://saidolearning.com/ and http://www.parorobots.com/
April - June of 2015 Seattle Parks and Recreation: Dementia-Friendly Recreation flyer is linked here or find more information at http://www.seattle.gov/Parks/Seniors/dementiafriendlyrecreation.htm.
4/2/15 White House Conference on Aging Regional Forum in Seattle: These forums are designed to help provide input and ideas for the upcoming 2015 White House Conference on Aging.
Participation is by invitation, but the events will be webcast to various locations.
Find the webcasts at http://whitehouseconferenceonaging.gov/happening/index.html
4/5 to 4/11 Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) Careers in Aging Week:
Bright future. Many possibilities
Dr. Stansbury will deliver a lecture focused on the many implications of problem gambling among older adults. The event is hosted by the UW School of Social Work.
4/9/15 3:00 – 4:30
Gerontological Professionals Network (GPN): Crisis in Elder Care: Gender-Based Inequities;
Our speaker is Nancy Hooyman, PhD; Qualis Health - 10700 Meridian N., Suite 100, Seattle; agingcenter.org
4/14 to 4/17/15 2015 Annual NICHE Conference: Innovation through Leadership
Find conference information at http://conference2015.nicheprogram.org/pages/9/content
Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin, Orlando, FL
30th Annual Alzheimer's Regional Conference
This one day conference filled with evidence based education is designed for Professionals.
We also welcome Family Caregivers to attend.
Washington State Convention Center, Seattle
4/22 to 4/25/15
Western Institute of Nursing (WIN) Conference tab at www.winursing.org. The 2015 conference theme is “Equity and Access: Nursing Research, Practice, and Education.” The conference will be held at the Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town in Albuquerque, NM. If you have conference questions, please contact Bo Perry at email@example.com.
Gerontology Interest Group; SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2015; 7 – 8 am
5/15 to 5/17/15
American Geriatrics Society (AGS) Conference
Suburban Washington, DC (National Harbor, Maryland)
5/6/15 6-7 p.m. Nurses Recognition Banquet and the de Tornyay Center for Healthy Aging Scholar Poster Presentations at Benaroya Hall (200 University Street, Seattle, WA). The reception and poster session will be held from 6-7 p.m., followed by the formal Nurses Recognition Banquet and awards presentation.
6/4/15 8:00 to 4:00 The Waves of Change in Health Care
Care Transitions Conference in Renton, WA
6/11/15 3:00 – 4:30 Gerontological Professionals Network: Navigating Challenging Dementia-Related Behaviors; Speaker is Christina Coulter; Qualis Health - 10700 Meridian N., Suite 100, Seattle; agingcenter.org
9/17 - 9/18/15 Elder Friendly Futures: Care and Collaboration with Older Adults
Lynnwood Convention Center 3711 196th ST SW, Lynwood, WA 98036 Visit elderfriendlyfutures.org