At the beginning of this new year, the California Council on Gerontology and Geriatrics is excited to announce our new membership structure. We hope the revised membership fees help both current and prospective CCGG members engage in a number of network opportunities we are bringing to you this year. The annual membership is valid on a calendar year basis (January 1 – December 31). (As a thank you to those of you that joined in 2021 under the previous membership structure, we will provide a free 2022 membership to you!).
Renew or start your membership by signing up through our website (https://ccgg.org/join-ccgg/). Please share this news with your friends and colleagues, too! You can find more information about upcoming events on our website (ccgg.org), Facebook and Instagram.
We hope to see you soon!
For any questions or suggestions related to CCGG membership, please send your message to CCGG Vice President Emiko Takagi (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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As CALA looks to build educational programs in 2022 that provide helpful insights, best practices and lessons learned – with an eye toward navigating the present while holding a vision for the future – we invite you to consider submitting a proposal. Whether you’re from within or outside the profession, the possibilities for learning transfer and engagement are endless: from wellness to technology, resident and dementia care, leadership development, marketing, legal and regulatory considerations, business practices and more.
If you’re interested in sharing your expertise and insights by presenting an engaging, interactive learning session with practical, ready-to-use take-aways, please take a moment to explore the Submission Guidelines and consider how spending a little time with us is a win-win proposition. Submit a proposal today!
Proposal Deadline: January 12, 2022 At this time, CALA is seeking proposals for these conferences: Spring (Northern California): June 6 – 8, 2022 Fall (Southern California): November 7 – 9, 2022
Submit a Proposal
Contact: Jan Trifiro
Vice President of Workforce & Professional Development
(916) 448-1900 email@example.com / www.CAassistedliving.org
The California Assisted Living Association (CALA) is the only association solely representing the state’s Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, which encompass Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Continuing Care Retirement Communities. CALA represents approximately 670 providers and 150 associated businesses and provides leadership through advocacy efforts and education to support providers in their efforts to offer the highest quality programs and services to their residents. Members range from small independently operated communities to large multi-national organizations.
The California Council on Gerontology and Geriatrics (CCGG) will be hosting a Fall Showcase that gives an opportunity for students, faculty, and the greater community to share their work and research with the larger CCGG community. The spring and fall showcases provide a wonderful forum to connect and learn about the work that our colleagues are doing. It is also great for presenters to be able to share their information with a smaller, highly engaged audience.
December 2 from 9:00-11:00am and will be held via Zoom video conferencing. Please mark your calendar to join us even if you are not interested in presenting your research/work.
Students, faculty members, service providers in aging, and all others working in gerontology, geriatrics, and older adult programs throughout the state of California are invited to apply. If you are interested in submitting a proposal for the Fall Showcase, please see the “Presenter Information” below. Attendees will be voting on presentation award(s) for the “Best in Show” with an award for the winner!
CCGG is currently seeking abstracts for short virtual presentations on recent research. You will have 10 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A. Presentations will occur over Zoom, and presenters may create 6-7 PPT slides or a poster to share during their presentation. The PPT slides or poster will be submitted online 1 week in advance of the Showcase.
Prepare the following before you enter the submission survey:
1. Presentation Title
2. Primary Author/Presenter (Name, Degree, Institutional Affiliation, Email, Phone Number)
3. Co-Authors (Name, Degree, Institutional Affiliation, Email Address)
4. Abstract* (250 words or less)
- Results / Analysis
- Conclusions / Implications
Proposal Process/Notification of Acceptance
We welcome abstracts which examine a variety of gerontology and geriatric issues such as housing/lack of housing, scientific, education, social justice, workforce development, policy, and advocacy issues in the field of aging.
When you are ready to submit your proposal, visit the submission site: https://csus.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d5SGOA3iu8nb1z0
The deadline of submission is 10/15/2021.
We will notify our decision via email by no later than 11/1/2021.
Accepted presenters will be asked to provide their presentation slides by 11/19/2021
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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THANK YOU to Dr. Dean Sherzai and the California Council on Gerontology and Geriatrics committee that made our first “CCGG Presents…” event about brain health (followed by a series of great discussions about hot topic in aging) a wonderful success! Please enjoy this recording of Dr. Sherzai’s presentation.