STAMFORD, CT - Limited seats remain for the SilverSource Autumn Breakfast. Registration is still open for the event, which takes place from 7am – 9am on Tuesday, October 17th at the Crowne Plaza Stamford hotel. The annual breakfast event is the primary fundraiser for SilverSource, which serves older adults and their families in Fairfield County.
Attendees will learn about innovations that are reshaping the way we perform tasks, stay informed, stay safe and connected. Come discover how people over age 50 are driving the nation’s economic growth and value.
Guest speaker Crispin Baynes, Co-director NY Chapter of Aging 2.0, will lead the conference, followed by a presentation of the SilverSource Awards. Award winners include Jim Lisher of New Canaan, Roni Lang from Greenwich Hospital, Patricia Knebel from the Southwestern CT Agency on Aging, and ElderHouse of Norwalk, represented by Denise Cesareo.
The interactive panel discussion, which begins at 9:30am, features Jean F. Coppola of Pace University’s Gerontechnology Program, Steve Kaufman of Quikiks Hands-Free Shoes and moderator Crispin Baynes.
Reservations begin at $75 per person. Visit www.SilverSource.org to secure your seat today. Attendees will leave informed and inspired about the possibilities for a longer, more fulfilled life.