The 2007 National Positive Aging Conference: Beyond the Cutting Edge
December 6-8, 2007
Pre-Conference Sessions December 5-6, 2007
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
Hosted by Eckerd College

The 2007 National Positive Aging Conference is being planned by and for professionals and organizations that provide services and programs for older adults. Conference sessions will be presented from a strengths based approach in seven key Focus Areas:

Brain and Physical Wellness
Creativity in Later Life
Intergenerational Programs
Lifelong Learning
Life Planning for the 3rd Age
Purposeful Living
Thriving in Community

Dr. Gene Cohen, author of The Mature Mind, and Director of the Center on Aging, Health & Humanities at George Washington University, will be the keynote opening session speaker. His topic: Positive Changes That Occur Because of Aging, Not In Spite of Aging.
Complete details about the conference, including session descriptions, are on the conference website:




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