2015 Aging in Texas Conference
July 29 – 31, 2015
DoubleTree by Hilton
6505 IH-35 North
The Aging in Texas Conference (AiTC) is an annual gathering of individuals who work within the aging community. Designed for professionals from a range of community based settings, the AiTC promotes excellence in service delivery through the sharing of technical assistance, best practices and management tools with educational programming covering a variety of areas, this conference is beneficial to everyone involved with caring for Texas seniors- from administrators to service providers.
In 2015 — Healthy Aging: A Capital Idea
The focus for the 2015 Aging in Texas Conference builds on the momentum from previous conferences and recent initiatives focusing on healthy aging for seniors. As professionals in the aging service industry, we know the importance of staying active, healthy and socially and spiritually engaged as we age.
The AiTC supports professionals in the field of aging with the most current research, unparalleled trainings, and tools and resources to create excellence in service delivery. It is through an educated workforce and public that we can ensure older Texans continue to live and age well.
The AiTC is hosted by the:
- Texas Association of Area Agencies on Aging (T4A)
- Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS)
- Texas Association of Regional Councils (TARC)
Attending AiTC is a cost-effective way of obtaining timely, practical information that will help you enhance your services and connect you with other providers and other advocates for seniors throughout Texas to get motivated get excited and get informed.
Updated: March 18, 2015