Minnesota Gerontological Society invites you to annual conference April 27
The Minnesota Gerontology Society will host its annual conference, "Older Adults' Mobility at Home and in the Community: Strategies for Safety, Independence and Participation," from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, April 27, at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center.
The conference will bring together scientists, practitioners and seniors to explore priority issue for older adults living in Minnesota. Keynote speaker Nina Silverstein, professor of gerontology at the University of Massachusetts-Boston and a national expert on issues for older drivers, will propose strategies that seniors, their families and care providers can use to address driving impairments and ease the transition from driver to passenger. Other conference sessions will include presentations about transportation, fall prevention, physical activity, universal design and senior-friendly communities.
For more information and online registration, visit the conference Web site.