|MAIA offered 36 concurrent sessions over two days.|
Yes, it's wonderful to have an array of topics presented when attending a conference.
However, it's painful to choose among competing sessions.
See an earlier post for information about the 2018 MAIA plenary and keynote speakers.
This was my experience during the 2018 Mid-American Institute on Aging and Wellness, which took place August 9th & 10th on the campus of University of Southern Indiana
As my name badge indicates, I was one of the people helping with the conference. Briefly stated, serving in the MAIA committee as a "Blue Shirt" further enriched my experience before, during, and after the conference.
But being a committee member didn't include the ability to time travel. Consequently, I can only report on a fraction of presentations.
Check out #maiarocks on Twitter for other attendees' photos and summaries of sessions.
See an earlier post that lists Twitter and Facebook pages for many of the 2018 MAIA presenters and sponsors.