2015 White House Conference on Aging

The 2015 White House Conference on Aging


Get Involved

  • Watch the event
    We are live streaming the conference and encourage everyone to watch.
  • Share your story
    Let us know why the issues discussed at the conference are important to you or how you plan to participate in the conference.
  • Interview an older adult
    Download the StoryCorps app to record an interview with an older adult in your family or community. Upload the interview to archive it in the Library of Congress and share it on social media using the #WHCOA hashtag.
  • Host a watch party (PDF)
    Invite your friends and colleagues to watch with you. Use the link above to find additional information on how to host a viewing session for the conference.
  • Participate in Q&A with the experts
    Tweet us your questions using #WHCOA and we will pass them along to our experts participating on panels at the conference. Then listen carefully—you may get an answer the whole country can hear.
  • Complete the sentence (PDF)
    How would you finish the sentence: “Getting older is getting better because …”? Download this form (PDF) and tell us how getting older is getting better. Take a photo, fill in your answer, and send it back to us via Twitter using #WHCOA.

For Organizations and Businesses

If your organization or business has plans to take new actions related to aging in America, then we’d like to hear from you. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@whaging.gov.

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