CLEBC and CCEL in collaboration present 
The Journey of Ageing -
The Law and Beyond
 

Thursday & Friday, November 12 & 13, 2015



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Who should attend: 
Lawyers practicing in the areas of elder law and wills, estates, and trusts and family law; health care professionals, social workers, advocacy groups, financial trustees, and anyone concerned with the rights of the elderly.

  • Day 1 : Join practitioners from law, social work, health care, finance, non-profit, and other sectors from across the country and around the world to talk about the challenges and issues involved in working with older adults.
  • Day 2: You will explore issues engaged in powers of attorney and substitute decision-making, health care decision-making and end of life care, mental capacity and dementia, elder abuse and neglect, and other challenging subjects that arise in representing older adults and their families.
Event Date 11-12-2015 9:00 am
Event End Date 11-13-2015 4:30 pm
Available place 94
Cut off date 10-15-2015
Individual Price $1,005.00
Raising Awareness and Addressing Elder Abuse in the LGBTQ Community Town Hall Meeting

Please join us as we explore Elder Abuse in the LGBT Community. This will be an afternoon of information and resource sharing for LGBT persons, service providers and those who wish to contribute to the conversation.

The Gerontology Research Centre at Simon Fraser University is leading a project focused on the issue of elder abuse within the LGBTQ community and will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, February 18 at SFU Harbour Centre Campus.

The afternoon will begin with an overview of Elder Abuse followed by a presentation of videos developed for the project in an intergenerational collaboration between Quirk-e and Youth for A Change designed to raise awareness and start the conversation about an issue not often considered within the LGBTQ community. 

Topics will include:

  • What does elder abuse look like in the LGBT community?
  • Who is at risk?  How can people protect themselves?
  • What help is available if someone is being abused?
  • Videos and fact sheets
  • Plenty of opportunity for discussion

SPACE IS LIMITED - You must register to attend. Send an email confirming your attendance to: 

Event Date 02-18-2016 2:30 pm
Event End Date 02-18-2016 4:30 pm

2016 Silver Economy Summit

Nova Scotia is proud to bring together business and community leaders, academics and the public sector to discuss ways to address the challenges and opportunities of our aging population.

This year, we’re challenging the way we think about aging.  The summit will highlight ways to help seniors stay in their homes and communities longer while harnessing the skills of older workers in a new economy.
We will also examine age-friendly communities and civic engagement, travel and tourism, and how housing plays an important role in the economy as well as meeting the needs of an aging population. 
The Silver Economy Summit will be an inspirational event that strengthens our communities and helps make life better for seniors and their families. 

The Silver Economy Summit 2016 is hosted by the Town of New Glasgow and Province of Nova Scotia.

See the full schedule: 
http://www.silvereconomysummit.ca/schedule-at-a-glance

REGISTER NOW
 for the Silver Economy Summit, March 8 and 9, 2016 

Registration Fees
Regular Rate: $275
Student, Senior (65+) or Non-profit Organization: $175

All registration fees are stated in Canadian Dollars and are subject to 15% HST.
All Full Conference Registration Packages include one  ticket to the Welcome Reception on March 7th  7-9pm and continental breakfast, buffet lunch and 2 nutritional breaks March 8th & 9th.

Methods of Payment: Cash, Cheque, Credit Card (Master Card, VISA, or American Express accepted.)

Event Date 03-08-2016
Event End Date 03-09-2016

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GNABC Provincial Conference & AGM “Communities: Diversities in Senior’s Care”
Executive Plaza Conference Centre
Coquitlam B.C

April 7 and 8, 2016 (April 7: evening welcome reception, April 8:  full day conference)

Event details and registration, including hotel room rates available here
 GNABC 2016 Conference Registration 

Registration Deadline
March 28th.  
**EARLY BIRD Prize Draw for registration received (postmarked ) on or before March 1st.
Register by mailing in completed registration form and cheque.

Rates
GNABC member rate: $100
Non-member rate: $125

 

Event Date 04-07-2016
Event End Date 04-08-2016
Individual Price $125.00

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The Geriatric Services Conference brings together geriatric professionals from across British Columbia to share in a comprehensive day of learning. Delegates include physicians, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and other members of the interdisciplinary team who come to discuss research, best practices, and health care ethics in the field of gerontology. 


A high-caliber education opportunity, the Conference draws in professionals from across BC to share and discuss research, best practices and health care ethics in the field of gerontology. 

This year’s conference Shaping the Future is being presented on Friday, April 29, 2016 at theVancouver Convention Centre. The program features a number of current hot topics and features researchers, clinicians and policymakers.  

 

Event Date 04-29-2016 8:00 am
Event End Date 04-29-2016 5:00 pm
Individual Price $205.00
 

Thank You to Our Supporters and Sponsors

CNPEA would like to thank our generous sponsors who contribute to the sustainability of our knowledge-sharing hub

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