Join Florida Department of Elder Affairs, United Way of Florida, seniors, senior advocates, elected officials, and statewide leaders on Tuesday, March 26 to recognize those who dedicate their lives to senior issues.
The Florida Senior Day Dinner will feature keynote speaker U.S. Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Aging, Lance Robertson. Secretary Robertson will address the five pillars that drive his vision as the Administrator of Community Living: supporting families and caregivers, protecting rights and preventing abuse, connecting people to resources, expanding employment opportunities, and strengthening the aging and disability networks.
Join us in the Champion's Club on the 4th floor of the University Center Club at Florida State University. Dress is formal business attire.
Please contact Florida Senior Day Statewide Coordinator Liz Koehler, (850) 566-2058 or [email protected], with any questions or if you need assistance with registering.
Please note that no physical ticket is required for this event. You do not need to print or have a ticket mailed to you. The name and information you provide in the questionnaire will be on a list to identify dinner attendees.
Thank you to Wells Fargo, the 2019 Florida Senior Day Dinner Partner, for help making this dinner happen. Find out more about what Wells Fargo is doing to protect elders here.