Northern Plains Conference on Aging and Disability to include NDAD exhibit

Posted: Oct 10 2017

NDAD booth Oct. 11 at Northern Plains Conference in Fargo

Northern Plains Conference on Aging and Disability to include NDAD exhibit
Stop by at NDAD's exhibit booth Wed., Oct. 11, at the Northern Plains Conference on Aging and Disability, held this year at Delta by Marriott Conference Center in Fargo.

Kim Zeeb, NDAD's client services representative for the Fargo-Moorhead metro and southeast North Dakota, will be there to provide information and answer questions about NDAD's charitable nonprofit services for people with disabilities and health challenges.

Registration for the annual conference was set for 4 to 6 p.m. Tues., Oct. 10, and then continuing starting at 7:30 a.m. in the lobby and Crystal I at Delta by Marriott (the former Ramada Plaza Suites). 

This conference is being held in an accessible facility.

The annual Northern Plains Conference on Aging and Disability brings together elders, the general public and professionals who see the wisdom of working together in service development and delivery, according to its brochure. Conference planners focus on trends, landmark research, policy guidelines, technology and self-determination. These efforts make it possible for professionals and consumers from all backgrounds and walks of life to gather and learn about responsive evidence-based practices, significant policy changes and cost-effective program enhancement.

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