Kasem Cares Announces Its 2016 Conference on Aging. Speakers and attendees invited to attend this national conference for accreditation, elder abuse awareness, tools and support as well as learning opportunities for our aging population to age with dignity.

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 16, 2015

Kerri Kasem, the daughter of the late American Top 40 DJ, Casey Kasem, is bringing national awareness to the forefront to help stop elder abuse with its Kasem Cares Conference on Aging. The educational goal of the Kasem Cares Conference on Aging is to offer professionals and practitioners the opportunity to enhance their knowledge, exchange information on best practices, and learn about the latest research and trends.

Registrants and contributions are encouraged for this national conference, which will be held April 21, 2016 through Saturday April 23, 2016 in Orange County, California. The conference is open to the public. This conference will be accredited by the APHA. Physicians, Nurses, and Health Educators will be eligible to receive continuing education credits by attending this conference.

The Kasem Cares 2016 Conference on Aging is currently accepting speakers, which can be in the form of a single presenter session, a panel, a skill-building workshop, a think tank, a round table, or a poster-creating session.

Kerri Kasem, founder of Kasem Cares, has made raising elder abuse awareness her life’s mission. Comments Kasem, “Elder abuse can happen to any individual and any family regardless of socioeconomic status. We aim to make this country a better and safer place in which to age with integrity. This national conference will raise awareness and attention to the aging population.”

For more information on the 2016 Kasem Cares Aging Conference, or for sponsorship, exhibiting, and speaking opportunities visit AgingandEducation.com or contact Kasem Cares Executive Director, Jennifer Ponce at jennifer(at)kasemcares(dot)com.

Kasem Cares is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The mission of Kasem Cares is to eliminate all forms of elder abuse, including isolation, through education and awareness, support of social change, and community service programs. We are dedicated to fighting elder abuse and protecting the integrity of the family unit through advocacy, empowering and unifying individuals and organizations to speak up against violence against seniors, and encouraging and assisting the aging population in maintaining their independence and dignity.

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