2018 Aging Well Conference
Diversity and Resilience: Building a Community for All Ages
- Free event
- Free lunch
- Free parking
- Easy access from Gresham Transit Center and bus lines 77, 20, or 80
The 2018 Aging Well Conference expands on the efforts of the Age-Friendly Portland and Multnomah County initiatives and is looking to bring forward tangible ways for individuals and communities to build capacity to withstand and recover from adversity. We are currently seeking presenters and vendors who can help conference attendees to build resilience, to empower the intergenerational community, and to identify new ways to increase their sense of well-being.
Topics may range from:
- Organizing for change
- Getting around your neighborhood safely
- Celebrating your heritage and traditions
- Adapting to changes in your life
- Healthy brain, body, spirit, and family
- ... and much more!
Vendors and Presenters
- Submit your proposal to be a presenter by August 10, 2018: 2018 Aging Well Conference Call for Proposals
- If you are interested in tabling at the event, please register here: Sign me up as a Vendor
Opens August. Walk-ins are also welcome.
Keynote by Dr. Fernando Torres-Gil, aging expert, author, social activist, and the son of a migrant farm worker.
Location and More
Reynolds High School, Arts Building
1698 SW Cherry Park Rd.
Troutdale, OR 97060
Who should attend? Diverse older adults ages 50-90+, family members, and people who serve them.
More information: 503-988-3646
Información en Español: Conferencia sobre Envejecimiento Sano 2018
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