2018 Wisconsin Aging and Disability Network Conference

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Thank you for attending the 2018 Wisconsin Aging and Disability Network Conference-we hope you learned valuable information, made some good connections and had fun! If a presenter provided handouts, their presentation or other information for distribution, you can find in through the Whova app, available at the link below, or through the Web App Link/ Documents.

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Conference Agenda

Speaker Center

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Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
CEUs will be offered through University of Stevens Point to fulfill continuing education requirements for many professionals, agencies and organizations. You can earn .95 CEUs with full attendance at the 2-day conference.

Hotel Accommodations
The conference will be held September 13-14, 2018 at the Kalahari Resort & Convention Center, Wisconsin Dells, 1305 Kalahari Dr., Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965. Ample parking is available in the hotel parking lot.

A room block has been reserved at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center. For reservations call 877-253-5466 and request the "Wisconsin Aging and Disability Network Conference 2018" room block. A one-night deposit is required at the time of reservation. Hotel room rates are subject to applicable state and local tax unless a S211 form is presented at check-in.
• Room Block Expiration: August 13, 2018
• Single occupancy:$82
• Double through quadruple occupancy:$129.

As a friendly reminder, the Kalahari Convention Center is a large building that, at times, can experience difficulties with temperature control of the rooms. We suggest dressing in layers for your comfort.

Sponsored by the Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources (GWAAR) and the Wisconsin Department
of Health Services (DHS).