2014 Elder Concerts

Have you heard of the Elder Concert?  This event is a MUST for professionals working in the elder care arena. 

The Elder Concert is a one-day gathering of the lead decision-makers in the Florida elder care community.  Based upon a growing sense of our multi-disciplinary mission, attendees include attorneys, health care providers, guardians, care managers, social workers, Judges, financial service professionals, facility administrators, representatives in government and others who care for and serve Florida's elderly.  Ever since Attorney General Bob Butterworth kicked off the first Elder Concert in 2001, the program has become a hallmark of networking and learning in this field.  Attendees are grouped into small topic clusters with a knowledgeable facilitator (not a lecturer), to allow for interactive learning and networking.

The Elder Concert will take place on Florida's east coast on September 13th at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida and on the west coast, the program will take place on October 9th at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida.  Traditionally the program includes sessions with four or five choices of topics during each time slot.

Keynote Speakers have been confirmed:

SEPTEMBER 13, 2014
The Honorable Peter Weinstein, Chief Judge of Broward County, will be the luncheon keynote speaker at Elder Concert’s East Coast program.  Judge Weinstein is a dynamic speaker, a Florida Senator for 14 years, has served on the judicial bench for more than 15 years and will share tips and treasures on advocacy and civility for all elder care professionals.


Representative Kathleen C. Passidomo will be the keynote luncheon speaker at the Elder Concert’s West Coast program.  Rep. Passidomo is a member of the Florida House of Representatives, representing District 106, Naples, and a partner in the law firm Kelly, Passidomo & Alba LLP.  Rep. Passidomo is a Past President of the Collier County Bar Association and the Collier County Women’s Bar Association and the founding Chairman of the Collier County Juvenile Justice Council.

Rep. Passidomo is the Chairman of the Ethics and Elections Subcommittee of the Florida House of Representatives and also serves on the Judiciary Committee, Civil Justice and Innovation and Choice Subcommittees as well as the Select Committee on PPACA.

Questions?  Contact Amy Decker at adecker@solkoff.com or 561-733-4242.

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