Call for Presentations for the 2024 Spring Conference and Trade Show Now Open
LeadingAge Indiana and Indiana Assisted Living Association conferences and educational programs provide exciting forums for the exchange of practical knowledge and new strategies related to the provision of services to older adults.
2024 Spring Conference and Tradeshow: May 1-2 | Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel at Keystone Crossing
Who's the Audience?
Leaders from across the continuum of aging services attend the LeadingAge Indiana conferences. Education sessions are geared toward leadership, administrators, directors of nursing, finance, social work, rehabilitation, human resources, recreation and activities, adult day health care, dietary, admissions and more. Key staff of skilled nursing facilities, affordable senior housing, continuing care retirement communities/life plan communities, home health, assisted living and hospice and palliative care providers, attend the annual events.
Presentation Topics to Consider
LeadingAge Indiana is seeking engaging educational sessions that help our members protect the wellbeing of their residents through high standards of care and service.
Some potential topics of interest are the following:
Sessions are intended to educate/support learning and therefore should not sell, promote, or pitch any specific product or service. We welcome and encourage a variety of formats to meet attendees' needs, such as traditional instruction, case studies, and panel discussions (panels with LeadingAge IN provider members are encouraged).
Proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
- Applicability to service providers across the continuum of care
- Overall quality of content and education method
- Timeliness and relevance of subject matter
- Interactivity of the session
- Qualifications, expertise, and experience level of the speaker(s) or panel
Proposals are due by January 19th. Early submission is encouraged.
*Please note that presentations made to LeadingAge Indiana members as break out sessions at conferences are considered contributions to the profession and all related expenses (honoraria, travel, and program development) are the responsibilities of the presenter(s).