Continuing Education Units
LeadingAge Arizona is requesting continuing education units (CEUs) from the following:
CEUs listed with the concurrent session descriptions in this brochure are based on units requested. The actual number of units granted will be determined by the board listed above.
Individual Registration Information
Individual registration fee includes the following:
IMPORTANT: Once registered you will be able to select your sessions to attend. Upon completion of your registration, from your attendee account, select the “Program” button located in the "Media" section. The complete conference program will load. You will be able to scroll through sessions, see descriptions and any information posted by the organizer. Click the green “I’m Going” button for each session you want to attend. Doing so will create your conference itinerary visible to the right of the program. Questions? Email MemberServices@Eventinterface.com. Remember, you can only register for one person at a time. If you try to register for more than one person it won't allow you to choose classes and your registion won't be complete.
Networking Dinner and Poker Tournament
Join us Wednesday, June 1st for an evening of food, friends, and entertainment. The Networking Dinner is Included in your registration fee. Entertainment this year will be a LeadingAge AZ “Karaoke Night” competition with a $500 cash prize for the winner. Following the competition is the annual LeadingAge AZ annual Poker Tournament, benefiting the LeadingAge Arizona Foundation. Poker lessons by casino dealers will be available in the foyer during the cocktail hour. All members are invited to learn and play, all while contributing to a good cause. Exciting prizes for 1st – 3rd place. Buy-in to play is a $40 donation and will be accepted at the casino on Wednesday night. No need to register. Just arrive with cash. Good Luck!
Renie Cavallari is an award-winning international sales, marketing and leadership expert. Her inimitable grasp of business and its challenges, along with her proven, innovative solutions set Renie apart as a captivating speaker, author, leader, coach, and strategist driving measurable results for businesses around the world for more than 30 years. She is the author of Aspire to Lead, the second book in the Aspire series. Renie is founder, CEO and Chief Instigator of Aspire. She is currently celebrating Aspire’s 20th anniversary and has worked in senior living with Lifespace Communities, Homewatch Caregivers, Elder Check and Care Patrol to build brands, bring brand experiences to life through service culture, and drive occupancy, ultimately improving their financial performance. Renie is a member of the prestigious National Speakers Association and training industry.com has named her as one of the Top 20 Most Influential Training Professionals. Her company Aspire has been awarded a Stevie Award for “Most Innovative Company” for nine years running.
Lance Decker is a speaker, teacher, trainer and occasional business consultant to local governments and nonprofit organizations. For almost twenty-five years he’s helped his clients create sustainable business ventures that operate within the narrow framework of community service. His mantra: “No margin…no mission is a compass guiding public and nonprofit managers, elected officials, and policy makers. He works with groups to construct realistic, mission-based, prosperous business enterprises. In addition, Lance also mediates public disputes, conducts policy/citizen/ community involvement processes, and teaches these skills to others.
Jan Dougherty is Family and Community Services Director at Banner Alzheimer’s Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. She is responsible for setting a new standard of care for dementia patients and their families through development and implementation of innovative programs including early stage programming, arts and dementia, and an array of caregiver education programs. She directs the Native American Outreach Program raising awareness about dementia, evaluating culturally sensitive cognitive assessment, bringing novel brain health programs, and identifying health disparities among Southwest tribes. After obtaining grant funding of over $3 million, Jan pioneered unique dementia programs used in Arizona, nationally and internationally. Jan has received numerous awards for her contributions to dementia and elder care.
Dick Durrance is an undergraduate at Dartmouth College, Dick helped photograph a canoe trip down the Danube River that National Geographic published as a cover story. After circling the globe as a National Geographic staff photographer for seven years, he went on to photograph global advertising campaigns. He is the only photographer named both Magazine Photographer of the Year and Advertising Photographer of the Year. In keynotes, interactive workshops and consulting sessions, Dick now explores with people how they can use pictures to create and then communicate a vision for their organizations.