Everyone ages. It is an inevitable part of life's journey, and yet it presents us with unique challenges and opportunities. How can we ensure that our future selves age gracefully? How can we embrace the process of aging and make the most of this phase of life? Join us for an enlightening and inspiring evening of a series of lightning talks, where experts from various fields will share their insights and perspectives on aging. Together, let's explore the possibilities and discover how we can nurture our future selves.
(all times listed in Pacific)
5:30 pm: Welcome & Introductions
5:45 pm: Lightning Talk Presentations (each presentation will include Q&A)
6:45 pm: Closing Comments
End of Life Planning by Lori Finklea, Registered Clinical Social Worker
The Good Stuff of Aging by Georgia McDade, Ph.D.
Later in Life Diagnoses by Robin Eastman, Versatackle Co-Founder
Because we want this event to be accessible to all, we are offering a sliding scale for tickets: $0-$30. If you can afford to be more generous, there is also an option to pay for someone else's free access by buying a BOGO (buy-one-get-one) ticket at $30. Each purchase helps us pay presenters and add new features and accessibility tools to our platform. We greatly value your support.
About the Platform
Versatackle is a platform for online events that prioritises accessibility, inclusion, and autonomy. Our mission is to create a space where healing the world is possible. We believe that it is essencial to build for the most marginalized people first. We are a scrappy, early stage start-up and we welcome your partnership, feedback, and whole beautiful complicated selves.
When you become a Versatackle sponsor or partner, you’ll reach more than just our attendees. Through our conference, website, social media, and joint programs co-hosted with other local organizations you’ll build awareness among a large, targeted group of passionate life-learners and activists. Sponsorship packages range between $150 - $800. Interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Robin Eastman ([email protected]).