The CSA Conference is structured so that attendees gain knowledge relevant to their senior business and have opportunities to grow their professional networks by connecting with others in the senior market.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 23, 2014
The Society of Certified Senior Advisors (SCSA) is currently accepting proposals for the 3rd Annual CSA Conference. The CSA Conference, Building Knowledge and Empowering Networks to Benefit Seniors, was designed to provide current information relevant to professionals working in the senior market. Topics cover the health, financial, social, legal, and business issues associated with older adults and how to apply practical knowledge to improve business practices. The CSA Conference is structured so that attendees gain knowledge relevant to their senior business and have opportunities to grow their professional networks by connecting with others in the senior market. The 2015 Program Committee invites proposals for conference sessions supporting the theme, Building Knowledge and Empowering Networks to Benefit Seniors.
The deadline to submit session proposals is December 15, 2014.
The CSA Conference program is made up of four program tracks in the areas of Finance and Insurance, Healthcare and Home Care, Legal and Public Policy, and Social Interest and Lifestyle as they relate to aging and older adults. Information about track descriptions is available at 2015 CSA Conference.
SCSA is seeking interactive sessions with opportunities for facilitated discussion and Q&A, as well as sessions with a case-based approach. Preference will be given to sessions that include proven and well-regarded speakers and sessions that focus on outcomes and learning rather than a narrative approach. Sessions should include national content and multiple perspectives on issues. A balanced view of issues and a diversity of perspectives, spanning across senior industry professions is critical. Joint submissions that span the interests of multiple program tracks are also encouraged.
Individuals who earn and maintain the Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® credential are entitled to become members of the Society of Certified Senior Advisors (SCSA), an organization dedicated to helping professionals understand the key health, social and financial issues that are important to older adults. Founded in 1997, SCSA offers a vast array of resources and education specifically related to issues affecting seniors.