United Church Homes is Pleased to Present the Sixth Annual Symposium
At the Intersection of Race and Age
At the Intersection of Race and Age is the theme for the 2021 Symposium as we look at two of the issues that are brought to the forefront of our collective consciousness out of the experience and data of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the past year, conversations about race entered into public and private conversations, political disputes and overflowed onto streets across this land. We have also heard statements of ageism publicly proclaimed by elected officials and others, even as our oldest citizens became the most vulnerable to this invisible virus. For those who live at this intersection, aging persons of color, they continue to experience life in systems that discriminate based on the color of their skin as they age into older adulthood. These layers of racism and ageism have exponential results. This is the intersection where we will focus our attention for this sixth annual event.
With a rise in COVID cases due to the Delta variant, we would like to remind you we have ample space available for virtual attendance. If you’d already registered and would like to move to a virtual spot, please email: email@example.com
Dr. Carl Hill
Chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer for the Alzheimer’s Association®
Dr. Jamie Mitchell
Associate Professor, School of Social Work, The University of Michigan
Nationwide Event and Conference Center
August 27, 2021
100 Green Meadows Dr S
Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Registration Fee: $80 (includes CEUs)
EARLY BIRD (in-person only): $65 before July 15
$30 for students and 55+
Registration Fee: $50 (includes CEUs)
$25 for students and 55+
DEADLINE: August 26
Limited on-site and unlimited virtual participation!
In-person registrations are first come, first serve.
Register beginning June 1, 2021 to reserve your in-person seat! In-person registration is now closed. Virtual attendance registration closes August 26, 2021.
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Conference Schedule of Events
Panel Discussion with all of today’s presenters with Special Recognition.
Registration & Continuing Education
4 .0 clock hours will be awarded upon successful completion for LNHA. Criteria for successful completion: Attendance at entire event.
Approved by the Board of Executives of Long Term Services and Supports. Core of knowledge subject area: Resident Centered Care and Quality of Life; Leadership and Management.