Next Year's Call for Sessions will launch in November 2021.
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Please Note: Late proposals cannot be considered for review; no deadline extensions or exceptions will be granted.Close
Please Note: Speaker substitutions cannot be made once a proposal has been submitted.Close
All proposals are peer-reviewed. A committee of LeadingAge members considers the following criteria when evaluating the merits of each proposal:
Please Note: Given the high number of quality proposals we receive each year, only about 25% of submissions can be included in the final program.Close
LeadingAge urges submitters to consider the following as they develop content and identify speakers for proposed sessions.
Please Note: We cannot make any changes to a proposal once it has been submitted. We recommend drafting/saving your responses in advance.Close
No. Proposals cannot be accepted once the submission site closes; no deadline extensions or exceptions will be granted.
Yes. If you don't have a My.LeadingAge account, you’ll need to create one before you can submit a proposal. If you are submitting a proposal on behalf of someone else, you must log in using the proposal submitter’s My.LeadingAge account/email.
Yes. You must use the MyLeadingAge account login for the intended lead speaker/submitter to do so. Speaker substitutions cannot be made once a proposal has been submitted.
No. We cannot make any changes to a proposal once it has been submitted. If selected, you will have an opportunity to update your session content and confirm new or additional speakers.
Sessions featured in the program cover a wide range of topics within each of the education tracks (refer to the PROPOSAL COMPONENTS section).
No. Thank you for the interest! Our keynote speakers and deep dives are by invitation only.
LeadingAge does not provide travel, lodging or other financial compensation to speakers. Confirmed speakers are entitled to a complimentary daily registration on the day of their presentation or a $200 discount toward a full registration.
Anyone working in aging services or a related field can submit a proposal. Proposals can come from members or non-members, residents/clients, business firms, consultants, vendors, academics, researchers, etc.
The Annual Meeting is designed primarily for aging services providers, including life plan communities, assisted living, dementia care, nursing homes, adult day centers, home care and hospice agencies, and other providers of housing and supportive services for older adults.Close