Aging Into the Future 2019

Registration is now open for our 2019 Aging Into the Future Conference!

Are you over 50 and looking for the latest innovations to make your life easier? Are you a caregiver looking for tech solutions to help you better care for your parents and loved ones? Are you a tech company looking to connect with Southern California’s diverse 50+ market?

Join us for the must attend tech + aging event of the year!

Conference Features:

LEARN. Hear from expert speakers, attend workshops and learn something new.
EXPLORE. Experience the latest tech products and solutions at our Tech Expo.
CONNECT. Meet the organizations and resources that will help you get connected.
INFLUENCE. Test up-and-coming new products and influence tech startups to develop better solutions.

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Sponsorship Opportunities and Tech Exhibit Booths Available

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LAAAC Conference: Health, Housing & Services

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Join us for this one day conference to explore the intersection of health, housing & services for older adults in the LA Region. Hear from experts on the economic challenges facing seniors locally, and gain an understanding into the complexities of housing a vulnerable at-risk and homeless population. Hear about promising innovations and partnerships that are redefining housing solutions for older adults along the housing continuum.

An exciting cross-sector breakout session will identify collaborative solutions and work to expand networks and systems collaboration. Learn what you can do as an individual or an agency to participate in creating cross sector solutions to meet the needs of older adults in the LA region.

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Give65 Campaign, July 10 - July 12


This year, SBSS is proud to partner with the Home Instead Senior Care Foundation and the GIVE65 Event to raise funds for our Technology Education Programs. This 65-hour crowdfunding event will take place online from July 10th to July 12th – but you can pre-schedule your donations right now!

Your donation will help low-income older adults bridge the digital divide so they can access resources online and connect with friends and family. We want to teach more classes in the community so more older adults can have the access and skills needed to use technology as a means to thrive.

I used computers at work but stopped using them after I retired 7 years ago. I had forgotten how to use it. After taking the class I discovered how to go online to search for health information. I also learned how to search for bus routes online, which has helped me to plan my trips. I now feel more comfortable using the internet to search for things that interest me.”
— Sammy B.

9th Annual LAAAC Summit on Aging

On Friday June 1st, 2018, SBSS held the Los Angeles Aging Advocacy Coalition's 9th Annual Summit on Aging. Held at the USC Ronald Tutor Campus Center Ballroom, this year's summit welcomed more than 300 advocates.


Our conference featured expert panels discussing policies on aging, resources to support continued knowledge and offer tools as well as networking opportunities. It was during these panels and discussions that we were able to take a deep dive into pressing issues affecting the aging community. We looked into the current landscape of healthcare, housing and immigration, while also touching upon how the media, funders and individuals play a role in shaping aging policy. 

Every Summit, LAAAC honors an individual who has demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to aging advocacy, made outstanding contributions to the health and well-being of older adults and caregivers in Los Angeles County, and has demonstrated effectiveness as an advocate for seniors and their caregivers. This year, LAAAC honored two exceptional advocates.

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LAAAC was proud to present the 2018 LAAAC Legislative Champion Award to The Honorable Hilda L. Solis, The Los Angeles County Supervisor of the 1st District. The LAAAC 2018 Champion Award was presented to Kevin Prindiville, Executive Director at the Justice in Aging. 

Thank You to our Sponsors

L.A. Care Health Plan
Care1st Health Plan
SEIU Local 2015
SCAN Health Plan
Molina HealthCare
USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology
Center for Healthcare Rights
Partners in Care Foundation
San Fernando Valley Interfaith Council
California Women's Law Center
CareMore Health
Cal MediConnect Outreach
Menorah Housing Foundation
AARP California
Alzheimer's Greater Los Angeles
Justice in Aging
Huntington Hospital
Hollywood Center
USC Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging
Affordable Living for the Aging
LA Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Right at Home
Providence Health and Services

Supported by a grant from The SCAN Foundation - advancing a coordinated and easily navigated system of high-quality services for older adults that preserve dignity and independence. For more information, visit

Once again, thank you to all our generous sponsors, planning committee members, speakers and attendees for a successful Summit! We look forward to seeing everyone at our 10th annual Summit next year!

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