The North Carolina Association on Aging (NCAOA) is an organization representing community-based service providers in the North Carolina aging network. Under the umbrella of the Association there are three peer group Alliances: the NC Senior Center Alliance, the NC Caregivers Support Alliance, and the Senior Nutrition Alliance.
The mission of the NCAOA is to represent agencies and other professionals in the field of aging who provide home & community based services, and advocate for quality programs which enable older adults and their families to live as independently as possible.
Over 100 agencies and organizations throughout North Carolina are members of NCAOA.
As a statewide organization, it is our goal to provide you and your agency staff members training opportunities that include our Annual Training Conference, Aging Boot Camp, network updates and legislative lobbying efforts. Membership benefits are seen not only in training but in registration discounts for NCAOA events.
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The North Carolina Association on Aging will hold its Annual Training Conference on Wednesday, April 23 – Thursday, April 24, 2014 at the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center. The theme for the 2014 Conference is “All Hands on Deck” focusing on the importance of working together in our ever changing aging environment.
The NCAOA Annual Training Conference is an excellent opportunity to reach a concentrated, yet diverse number of aging professionals and volunteers. Executives, direct service personnel, nurses, social workers, mid-level administrators, state administrators, county and state employees, county volunteers, and older adult leaders concerned with and working in the field of aging will attend the Conference.
The NCAOA Training Conference is now the only state conference that offers the annual opportunity to network with those who work in the field of aging from across North Carolina in one location. More than 200+ persons are expected to attend, making our conference large enough for quality, but small enough for good interaction among participants.
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2014 Tentative Conference Schedule