4th Annual Forum on Aging in Rural Oregon
May 27-29, 2020 | The Riverhouse on the Deschutes | Bend
The annual Forum on Aging in Rural Oregon is an event where people talk about their experiences, learn from one another and bring forth new ideas to move forward solutions that improve care and services for elders. This opportunity connects Critical Access Hospitals, coordinated care organizations, local public health departments, private and rural health clinics with state and local aging-related stakeholders and community members. Attendees have included health care providers and leaders, aging program specialists, policy makers, community members, family caregivers, elder care professionals, philanthropists and anyone interested in making it easier to age in place in rural Oregon.
Partner with us to support the Forum on Aging in Rural Oregon
We appreciate our 2020 Partners for the Forum on Aging in Rural Oregon! Refreshment breaks and graduate student poster sessions will take place in the exhibitor area, bringing attendees to your booth. Attendee statistics and agenda for the 2019 Forum are available here.
A partnership form is available and lists seven levels of support so you can choose the option that best suits your organization. Some of the benefits include:
- Complimentary attendance
- Opportunities for advertising in our program materials
- Exhibitor space
The Office of Rural Health Celebrates Graduate Students at the Forum on Aging in Rural Oregon
Graduate students pursuing a degree in public health, the health professions, or a closely related field are invited to present their aging-related research/community projects at the annual Forum on Aging in Rural Oregon presented by the Oregon Office of Rural Health. Abstract submission and event details may be found here.