For Later Life Conference
Age UK's flagship annual conference brings professionals and volunteers together to discuss the latest developments in age-related policy and practice.
The next For Later Life Conference will take place on Wednesday 8 February 2017 at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster.
Pre-book your tickets to benefit from our lowest rates.
About the For Later Life Conference
For Later Life is a one-day conference that brings 300 professionals and volunteers together to discuss the latest developments in age-related policy and practice. We consistently recruit the top experts in academia, healthcare and policy to speak at the event, and as such it has become a must-attend event for anyone interested in ageing policy and/or passionate about delivering quality services for older people.
The theme for this year's conference is 'creating a culture of wellbeing', and we'll be showcasing Age UK’s new Wellbeing Index. The full programme will be released in September, but you can pre-book your tickets now for the lowest rates.
Cost of a ticket includes:
- full access to the conference and exhibition
- light lunch
- morning and afternoon refreshments.
Please note that these prices will increase on 1 September.
|Pre-book rate: Age UK Local Partners
||£99 + VAT
|Pre-book rate: Charity / Voluntary / Public Sector
||£129 + VAT
|Pre-book rate: Private Sector
||£199 + VAT
||£59 + VAT
Booking terms and conditions
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If you have any further questions, please contact the conferences team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0203 033 1725.
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There are still a variety of sponsorship packages available, including headline sponsorship - please contact email@example.com for more info.
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This year's conference will be on the concept of 'wellbeing' and its potential uses in policy, health, care, employment and beyond.
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