Age plus Action is scheduled for June 6 to 8 in Arlington, Virginia.





This national conference brings together hundreds of professionals who are dedicated to ensuring that every person has the resources to age well.


We have resources available to help you plan and deliver the most useful presentations. Explore the presenter resources to help you prepare your presentation(s). 




    Session Types

    We are offering these session types at Age+Action. Please find your session type, so you can plan your individual presentation accordingly.


    Session Types Details Maximum # of Presenters Session Description
    Oral Presentation

    15-minute presentation



    Three (3) like-minded presentations will be selected for one 60-minute oral session. After all presentations are completed, there will be time for live Q&A.  
    One (1) Oral presentations provide an opportunity for a presenter to share their research findings and/or evidence-based best practices in a formal setting.
    Learning Lab

    30-minute session


    Allow for introductions, 20-25-minute presentation, plus Q&A

    Two (2) 

    A formal presentation usually given by 1 or 2 presenters, highlighting one or more case studies.

    Deep Dive

    60-minute session


    Allow for introductions, 40 minute presentation, plus dedicated Q&A

    Three (3)

    A highly interactive presentation given by 1-3 presenters, developing skills through collaborative learning.

    Focuses on a single topic or concept and may feature interactive activities
    Skill-building Intensive

    60-minute session


    Allow for introductions, 50-minute interactive presentation, plus Q&A througout

    Three (3) Sessions that emphasize skills development and incorporate interactive and hands‐on learning.
    Panel Discussion

    60-minute session


    Allow for introductions, 50-minute interaction among panelists, plus Q&A

    Four (4) A discussion with one (1) moderator and up to four (4) panelists presenting perspectives around a specific topic.

    60-minute poster session


    Posters will be organized  by topic



    View the poster session guidelines for more information



    One (1) Graphic representation of a presenter's research. Presenters illustrate their findings displaying photos, graphics, diagrams, and a concise amount of text on the poster boards. Poster presenters will hold discussions with attendees who visit the various posters. 


      Presenter Social Media Toolkit

      Promote your participation on social media with these graphics and sample messages. 


      Sample LinkedIn and Facebook Message

      Going to #AgeAction? Catch the session [Presenter 2] from [insert org name handle] and I are doing on [insert your presentation title] on [insert date/time]. Register at


      Sample Twitter Message

      Join me at [insert date/time] at #AgeAction for my session on [insert your presentation title]. Register at


      Common Hashtags

      #AgeWell #OlderAdults #Caregiver #FallsPrevention
      #HealthyLiving #BrainHealth #BoneHealth #Nutrition


      Download this LinkedIn and Facebook Graphic

      I am presenting image for LinkedIn and Facebook

      Download this Twitter Graphic

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      Accessibility & Inclusivity 

      As you prepare to present at Age+Action, we encourage you to take steps to make sure your content is accessible and inclusive. Here are a few key resources:

      Find key tips for improving the accessibility of your in-person presentation and PowerPoint slides.

      Reference the National Center to Reframe Aging’s Quick Start Guide on inclusive and empowering language.