From the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging
PCA presents Regional Conference on Aging Sept. 28-30
The 2016 Regional Conference on Aging, presented by Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) Sept. 28-30, will offer a cutting-edge program with 30 sessions over three days. Nationally and locally recognized content experts will present relevant, practical and current information that will be beneficial to anyone working in the aging arena. CEUs will be available on approved sessions for professionals who work with older adults. The 2016 Regional Conference on Aging takes place at PCA, 642 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA. The cost is $40 a session plus $15 for continuing education certificates.
Sessions for the 2016 Regional Conference on Aging covering the following subject areas will be featured: Behavioral health and aging, caregiving, diversity issues, ethical issues, health and wellness, long-term care issues, public policy and public entitlements and more.
For registration and to review the conference brochure, go to https://www.regonline.com/2016regionalconferenceonaging.
Sponsors for the conference include Always Best Care Senior Services, FHS SeniorCare Payment Solutions, Health Partners Plans, Mom’s Meals, and SarahCare.
Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) is the first place where older Philadelphians, and adults with disabilities, can turn for information and services to help maintain or improve the quality of their lives. Established in 1973, PCA is a private, non-profit, nationally-recognized Area Agency on Aging. PCA contracts with more than 185 community organizations to deliver services aimed at helping older Philadelphians and adults with disabilities achieve their maximum levels of health, independence and productivity. Through its work, PCA touches the lives more than 100,000 individuals each year.
One of the region’s largest non-profit organizations, PCA is funded primarily through the Older Americans Act, and the Pennsylvania Lottery, through the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, and Medical Assistance, through the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. For information on PCA’s services and programs, call the PCA Helpline at 215-765-9040 or visit www.pcaCares.org.