• ST. MARY PRESENTS THE 6TH ANNUAL BUSINESS OF AGING: HOUSING, HEALTHCARE, AND TECHNOLOGY

     

    Save the Date for the 2024 Business of Aging:

    Innovations in Housing, Shaping Tomorrow's Senior Care Landscape 

    Join us on October 3rd from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET as our speakers, panelists, and viewers from around the world discuss the future of senior care. This virtual event is made free for all attendees thanks to our generous sponsors.

  • More on this year's theme: Shaping tomorrow's senior care landscape

    This year's event will center around innovations in housing for older adults. The U.S. housing market finds itself at a pivotal moment: An acute housing supply shortage of about 4 million units coupled with historic home price appreciation have led to a crisis in affordability. Nearly half (46%) of Ohio's renters experience housing cost burdens, and almost a quarter (24%) experience severe housing cost burdens.

     

    Our panelists this year are experts in thinking outside the box and collectively moving the needle of change for sustainable innovative ideas in housing for older adults. We hope you'll join us for this powerful conversation.

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    Being a sponsor of the 2024 Business of Aging event places your business at the heart of a successful event addressing the important issues around housing, technology, and healthcare for older adults.

  • Business of Aging Event Recording Library

    Browse recordings of previous events to explore other housing, healthcare, and technology topics.

  • Watch the 2023 Business of Aging

    Theme: Older people and mental health

    Our 2023 event focused on

    talent shortages around the nation. As America's aging population continues to increase, many in the field were (and still are) concerned about how they will continue to serve those in need while navigating staffing scarcities. Our three speakers discussed the problem and possible solutions to improve our work and positively impact the lives of those we serve.

    Watch the 2022 Business of Aging

    Theme: Navigating staffing shortages facing industries serving the aging population

    Our 2022 event focused on talent shortages around the nation. As America's aging population continues to increase, many in the field were (and still are) concerned about how they will continue to serve those in need while navigating staffing scarcities. Our three speakers discussed the problem and possible solutions to improve our work and positively impact the lives of those we serve.

    Watch the 2021 Business of Aging

    Theme: How Housing Impacts Quality of Life for Older Adults

    The 2021 event features keynote speaker Alan Mallach, senior fellow with the Center for Community Progress in Washington, D.C., who shares a presentation on housing affordability and the future of housing for America's aging population. An esteemed panel then discusses the intersection of housing and quality of life.

    Watch the 2020 Business of Aging

    Theme: Technology and Older People

    This virtual event kicks off with a keynote address by venture capitalist Dominic Endicott who discusses how changing cities and towns will impact older people, and how we need to begin planning today for the "future old." Later, a panel discusses technology trends and how they’re impacting older people.

    Watch the 2019 Business of Aging

    Theme: Social Determinants and Older People

    Positive social determinants of health are the social, economic, and environmental conditions that help older adults maintain their health and well-being. Watch as our panelists discuss impact of social determinants as well as the opportunities to improve them.

    Watch the 2018 Business of Aging

    Theme: The Changing Landscape of Aging

    During this event, a Business Journal editor moderates a panel of experts on senior trends in housing, technology, healthcare and other topics, as we explore the Business of Aging in the Miami Valley. During the summit, attendees hear directly from the people who are change leaders in the senior sector.

  • "The Business of Aging is definitely worth being an annual event."

    "Very impressed by the level of knowledge of the panel!"

    "Very informative and insightful. It increased by awareness of societal trends."

    "The panel was excellent. Worth getting up early to attend!'