Age Scotland's sixth national conference will take place on Wednesday 22 September from 10am - 3.30pm.
The theme for the event is Resilience and Recovery: The Important Role of Older People’s Groups and Organisations. View the conference programme here.
This will be a day for reflection, discussion, networking and inspiration, taking place online with the opportunity for some members to participate in person at venues in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness.
Our conference is for Age Scotland members - both organisations and individuals, and invited guests. To reserve a place please complete this form.
For further information please contact us:
Tel: 0333 323 2400
Age Scotland networks provide our member groups in different parts of Scotland with an opportunity to meet up and to share news and information about their work.
They enable members to find out more about Age Scotland and also the work of other local and national services, and they are vital for engagement. They provide a forum for members to discuss and take forward issues that are important to their groups by contributing to local and national consultations which shape services and policies concerning older people.
The Age Scotland National Conference brings together our members, guest speakers and invited guests for a day of networking, learning and inspiration. Previous conference themes have included "Taking the long view - exploring the changes and progress made in Scotland in relation to later life over the past 75 years" , "Lifelong Learning" and "Quality of Life in Later Life".
The conference also involves the presentation of the Age Scotland Awards - an awards ceremony celebrating those who are working to make a difference to lives of older people in Scotland.