Home Instead Senior Care Once Again is Gold Sponsor of the 2012 Conference on Aging
Home Instead Senior Care is pleased to announce its participation as a Gold Level sponsor at the 12th Annual New Hampshire Conference on Aging. This year’s conference is scheduled to be held on May 24th from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH.
May is Older Americans Month, a time to honor the legacies and ongoing contributions of older Americans and support them as they enter the next stage in life. “As the most rapidly growing segment of today’s population, seniors are a demographic group which merits the attention of all concerned organizations and citizens,” stated Lisa Byrne, Franchise Owner. “Our organization is pleased to be able to support the seniors of our community in this way. It provides an excellent environment for fostering positive, healthy aging.”
The twelfth annual NH Conference on Aging theme is “Never Too Old to Play.” With engaging sessions covering topics ranging from creative aging and healthy eating to resident-owned communities and living at home with dementia; the conference has something for everyone. Over the past twelve years the NH Conference on Aging has grown from 200 to 800 in attendance.
When asked why Home Instead sponsors this event each year, Byrne shared “The Conference on Aging and Home Instead Senior Care have a lot of synergy. The conference is designed to provide seniors and their families with information on healthy aging, long-term care options, supportive
services and resources. In addition to providing quality home care, Home Instead Senior Care is also committed to providing education and resources to the community; together these assist individuals
to age successfully. Because of that synergy, sponsoring this event is a perfect fit for us.”
In order to learn more about Home Instead Senior Care at this event visit booth #31. You must register in advance to attend the conference. Conference registration brochures are available on the web site: www.nhconferenceonaging.org or by calling: 603.573.3310.