Aging2.0 Chapters present: Bridging the Gap Day 2

New York
Wed, Sep 29, 2021, 8:45 AM (EDT)

New York

On Wednesday, September 29th, Aging2.0 chapters around the world are joining together to host Day 2 of Bridging the Gap!

One of the few positive changes arising from the pandemic is how easy it’s become to gather in the same “virtual” room and share knowledge from all corners of the earth, so the Aging2.0 network is taking full advantage. The day after an exciting and information packed Bridging the Gap Day 1 from LHCC and Aging2.0 HQ, the chapters will take center stage to share stories and highlight innovations that we’ve discovered since the pandemic began.

Topics that will be discussed include unique Covid-19 adaptations and solutions that have been succeeding, how the traditional models of elder care are being turned upside down, programs and strategies being put in place to succeed in the new world we face, and much more. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate through live Q&A’s and an extended “Ask Me Anything” with LHCC CEO Tammy York Day. Additionally, we’ve invited some special guests to join and share their incredible work in the field of aging, including a keynote from the one and only Chip Conley, former Airbnb exec and founder of the Modern Elder Academy.

Register here, and don’t miss all the exciting content from LHCC and Aging2.0 HQ the day before at Bridging the Gap Day 1.

Tune in starting at 8:45am EDT on the 29th, and don’t forget to register for Bridging the Gap Day 1 the day before.

Keynote Speaker

  • Max Zamkow

    Max Zamkow

    Third Act Ventures


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