Resiliency: Learning and Thriving with New Ideas and a “New Normal”

2020 o4a Virtual Annual Conference for Aging and Disability Networks

October 20, 2020

Registration Now Open                              Conference Agenda

The o4a Annual Conference for Aging and Disability Networks is Ohio’s largest conference on home and community-based care.  Over 500 professionals, advocates, and volunteers representing organizations in the aging and disability network come together each year to learn about new resources, gain expert information, and make key contacts.

This year, the conference format has changed. We will be holding a one-day virtual conference so that we can come together in a safe way to learn and even laugh. We hope you will join us and your aging and disability network colleagues from across the state at this groundbreaking event!

We have an exciting agenda with conversations both timely and informative. We will be bringing back some popular speakers and new relevant presenters and showcasing our sponsors who always support and serve our network.

o4a will be applying for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for this event.

Please join us on October 20 for an inspiring day!

 2020 Conference Sponsorship Opportunities

Levels     Sign Up

 

We value the support of our sponsors and strive to ensure that the sponsor experience is a good one.  Although our conference is virtual this year, we will continue to provide our sponsors with tremendous opportunities to reach out to the over 500 professionals, advocates, and volunteers representing organizations in the aging and disability network from all over the state.

Thank you to our 2020 Conference Premier and Speaker Sponsors!

Premier Sponsors

 

 

 

Speaker Sponsors

 

 

 

 

 

We appreciate the support of these exclusive sponsors and our many Gold and Silver sponsors as well.

NOTICE: o4a will charge $25 to issue replacement CEU certificates for all trainings (effective 06/01/11). Payment must be received prior to replacement certificate being issued