Forum on Aging

The Forum on Aging is a two-day conference providing continuing education units for social workers, nurses, activity professionals, and nursing home administrators.

The two-day conference provides a total of 12 education units with every other year offering workshops on nursing law and social work ethics. The 2018 Forum provided social work ethics.

Ways to get involved in Forum on Aging

We need people who are passionate about our local aging and disability services network to get involved in planning and supporting this important conference. For more information about how you can get involved, including sponsorships, becoming a presenter, or participating on the conference planning committee, read on and then contact Amy Leonhardt at or (513) 345-3367.

Conference Planning Committee

Do you like to stay informed about the latest issues, challenges, and trends in our network? Would you like to help bring nationally-respected professionals and thought-leaders to our community to help members of our network grow professionally – and personally? We need people like you for the Forum on Aging conference planning committee. Committee members play an important role in shaping the format and content of the conference, ensuring that each Forum on Aging is better than the last. Contact Amy Leonhardt for more information.

Conference Sponsorships

Forum on Aging would not exist without support from our sponsors. Sponsorships are available on many levels – from special packages to corporate and non-profit packages. Most sponsorship packages include an information table and free admission for one or more of your staff, in addition to other benefits (depending on sponsorship level). Sponsorship packages for Forum on Aging are announced in the fall. Information about sponsorships is posted on this website. Sign up for Council on Aging’s newsletter to be notified when sponsorships become available.

Workshop Presenters

We want our conference to give professionals the opportunity to learn about the latest trends, research, and practices happening within the aging and disability services network. To do this, we need knowledgeable and engaging workshop presenters who can inform and inspire our colleagues. If you are interested in presenting a workshop at Forum on Aging – or know someone who would be a good fit – please contact Amy Leonhardt.

Save the Date!

2019 Forum on Aging
March 12-13, 2019
Sharonville Convention Center
Cincinnati, Ohio