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Regional Aging Expos 2021

Our Aging Expos promote positive attitudes about aging and educate older Kansans and caregivers on issues that support physical, mental and financial health.

Information on Regional Expos

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Aging with Attitude Expo-SE Kansas - A Virtual Experience April 29th and 30th, 2021!

Join us as we present the same great information you're used to getting in person, in a new format - online!  You'll find great information from 9am to noon on both days, with sessions covering these topics: Telemedicine and You, Fraud Awareness, Hemp Culture, Valuable Records and Advance Health Care Planning Conversation, and Smart Homes.  The Keynote Speaker, Marci Penner, will give her presentation at 11am on April 30th.  Marci is with the Kansas Sampler Foundation, and will take you on a pictorial journey of some of the lesser-known explorer attractions in southeast Kansas.

The registration fee for the event this year has been waived.  You'll still get great sessions, incentives, and resources! 

We've gone virtual with your health and safety in mind, and we can't wait to "see" you! 

Were you unable to attend, or want to watch again?

You can watch the full webinars here!

April 29: Telemedicine, Fraud Awareness, Hemp Culture

April 30: Valuable Records and Advance Health Care, Smart Homes, Keynote Speaker

If you want to watch specific segments, click the "2021 Presentations" on the right menu bar.

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The Aging with Attitude Regional Expo is partially funded by the Fort Scott Area Community Foundation and Southeast Kansas Area Agency on Aging.


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Active Aging -East Central Kansas- A Virtual Event - May 6, 2021

We've gone virtual this year to keep you safe and healthy.  It will be the same great programming you're used to, just in a new format.

This one-day expo promotes positive attitudes about aging and encourages individuals to be active physically, mentally, and financially.  Our Keynote Speaker, Rachelle Morgan, will talk about music and meaning for older adults. With her, you'll explore the connections we all have through music and discover how music can help us age well.

Sessions at this expo include Vaccinations: Checking the Facts Together; Topics in Mental Health: When Common Becomes Complicated; and Easy Meals for Two or Just for You!

There is no registration fee for this year's event, however we do ask that you pre-register so that we can plan accordingly.  A link for the event will be sent to your email after you register.

The event flyer is available here, and you can register via this link: https://tinyurl.com/ActiveAgingExpo2021

You can also find the flier, registration link, and additional information on the Frontier Extension District website: https://www.frontierdistrict.k-state.edu/family/adult-development-aging/active-aging-expo/2019.html

The registration deadline is May 3, 2021.  You will be emailed a link to attend the Expo after you register.