Association on Aging with Developmental Disabilities

The 27th Annual Aging with Developmental Disabilities Conference

Monday, May 22nd, 2017 & Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at theĀ St Charles Convention Center

The registration period has closed for this event.


Registration

Registration open through 5/12/2017 2:30 PM EST


Registration Fee
  • $195 Conference Fee (early registration)
  • $35 Additional Fee if Requesting CEUs
  • $215 Conference Fee for registrations received after May 4, 2017
  • $185 Conference Fee per person for organizations sending 5 or more participants
  • $205 Conference Fee per person for organizations sending 5 or more participants for registrations received after May 4, 2017

**No refunds after May 12, 2017.



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Location

St Charles Convention Center

#1 Convention Center Plaza
St Charles, MO 63303


[Click here for directions]

 

Discounted hotel accommodations are available at the Embassy Suites (attached to the Convention Center) by calling 1-800-560-7782 and referring to the room block for AAD by May 1st, 2017 or you may visit www.historicstcharles.com for additional accommodations and area attractions.

Book online by clicking here!

 

*Note: Please call with any other requests!


Continuing Education - Pending Approval
  • 10 CEU Contact Hours for Missouri Nurses. Saint Louis University School of Nursing is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Midwest Multistate Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center''s Commission on Accreditation.

Midwest Multistate Division provider #118 - II

Nursing Contact Hours: pending

  • 10 Social Work Clock Hours for Missouri Social Workers. Application has been submitted to the NASW-Missouri Chapter and is pending for pre-approval of Social Work clock hours.
  • 10 MO Nursing Home Administrators Contact Hours
  • 10 CEU Hours for Illinois LNHA, LCPC, LPC, LSW, PT, OT, QIDP, RN

About Us


Association on Aging with Developmental Disabilities

 

Background

The Association on Aging with Developmental Disabilities (AADD) was initially formed in 1989 as a special interest group and became incorporated in 1994. The organization was created to support the increasing needs of older adults with developmental disabilities (mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, severe learning disabilities and head injuries that occur by the age of 21).

The Need

People, including those with developmental disabilities, are living longer than ever before, and with increased life expectancy comes increased challenges in addressing age-related issues. AADD recognizes the growing need for services designed to meet the unique needs of individuals as they are aging and provides individualized supports, dependingon the person's circumstances and desires.