Among the topics to be covered are technology, healthy living the digital way, economic stability, diversity, and more
Technology, healthy living the digital way, and seniors and the economy are just some of the topics that will be covered during the “How We Age Matters” 5th Annual South Florida Institute Aging Symposium on Wednesday. June 23 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Symposium will be presented virtually again this year. Speakers will discuss how we age matters, shaping the narrative about seniors with a number of topics that address ideas and solutions to lifestyle, employment, healthcare, financial and diversity challenges faced by older adults. This forum is designed to encourage conversation and collaborative problem solving to better help older adults thrive as they age while providing information on community efforts and resources. Seniors cannot be left behind. The aging population and communities are essential to the economic and social stability of the country and some underserved seniors will need economic security. In order to move forward, they must be well equipped, supported, and empowered to thrive.
Visit https://www.thesofia.org for more information on sponsorships or to purchase tickets. Businesses, government entities, and members of the community interested in creating a more age-friendly community are invited to attend. General admission tickets are $50.
SoFIA’s mission is to improve economic and social insights and services to empower people as they age. Visit www.theSoFIA.org for more information.