Billings Hotel and Convention Center, Billings
October 1st through 3rd

Since 1968, the Governor's Conference on Aging has established itself as an essential gathering for providing information and education to providers, older adults, their families, and caregivers. This conference focuses on the needs and challenges of older adults, people with disabilities, and their supporters by covering a wide array of topics related to aging and disability issues. It fosters understanding and support among attendees, aiding them in better navigating the complexities of caring for vulnerable populations and experiencing aging firsthand.

Conference Highlights

Discussion Panels and Workshops: Sessions designed to educate and inform attendees on various aspects of aging and caregiving. These gatherings provide ample networking opportunities for for participants to engage with peers, experts, and industry leaders.

Centenarian Celebration: A special luncheon honoring Montana's centenarians, marking the significance of individuals aged 100 or older in the state. Scheduled for noon to 1:30 pm on October 1st, the event celebrates the remarkable lives and contributions of these distinguished citizens.

Silent Auction: Facilitated by the Governor's Advisory Council on Aging. This auction raises funds for the mini-grant program, which supports Montana's rural senior centers.