Symposium For Integrating Data & Technology For Healthy Aging Planned September 27-28

COLLAGE, a consortium of aging service organizations, is sponsoring a symposium, Integrating Data and Technology to Advance Healthy Aging — Implications for Aging Service Organizations.  The symposium is scheduled for September 27 and 28 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and will examine what opportunities exist by participating in COLLAGE and using research data to provide better solutions for healthy aging.  Some of the speakers include:

    Jason Allaire, PhD, Associate Professor, Developmental Psychology, North Carolina State University; Brightleaf Consulting Group, NC

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    Majd Alwan, Executive Director, Center for Aging Service Technology (CAST), District of Columbia

    Melissa Batton, Wellness Nurse, Carroll Lutheran Village, MD

    David Gehm, CEO/President, Lutheran Home of Michigan, MI

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    Elizabeth Howard, Northeastern University & Institute for Aging Research, MA

    Kathryn Kelly, Wellness Nurse, Orchard Cove, MA

    Peter Kress, VP/CIO, ACTS Retirement-Life Communities, PA

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    Kevin McLeod, President and CEO, Carolina Meadows, NC

    Gary Mohn, CEO/President, Alexian Village of Milwaukee, WI

    AV Powell, CEO, AV Powell & Associates, LLC, GA

    Robert Schreiber, MD, Physician-in-Chief, Clinical Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School & Hebrew SeniorLife, MA

For more details visit:  http://www.collageaging.org/Site/Docs/CollageSymposium0910_LowRes.pdf