Aging Policy Summit
January 13, 2009
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Hubert H. "Skip" Humphrey III
AARP National Board Member
Jean Wood, Executive Director, Minnesota Board on Aging
Paul Anton, Chief Economist, Wilder Research
Members of the Minnesota Senate and House of Representatives addressing how Minnesota can look to the future and beyond the challenges of the 2009 session
Wilder Foundation Center Auditorium
451 Lexington Parkway
St. Paul, MN 55104
The 2009 Minnesota Legislative Session will focus on the growing budget deficit. How will this affect programs and services for older people throughout Minnesota? What are the legislative priorities of the agencies that support and serve older adults? What do legislators say about the upcoming session?
The Aging Policy Forum will feature legislators, key state and community-based agencies, and leaders in the aging field to discuss these important issues and present their policy positions and plans for 2009. Audience members will particpate in helpng to shape legislative proposals for 2009.
Co-sponsored by the Minnesota Leadership Council On Aging and the Minnesota Board on Aging.
General audience: $20
Age 60+: No fee; donation requested to Vital Aging Network
Legislators: No fee
Registration Deadline: January 6, 2009
Register early as audience capacity is limited to less capacity than previous Summits.
Download the Registration Form.
For information, call VAN at 651.917.4652 or email email@example.com
This Forum was cosponsored by the Minnesota Leadership Council on Aging and the Minnesota Board on Aging. Presentations and answers to the Audience Participation System can be found on the Minnesota Leadership Council on Aging's website.