University of Southern Indiana
Mid-America Institute on Aging

2021 Sponsor Information

The Mid-America Institute on Aging and Wellness is a multi-disciplinary gerontology conference. Your involvement as a sponsor can have an incredible return on your investment. Put your business front and center with access to your target market: older adults, caregivers, health care professionals, health administrators and the community at large.

Levels of participation are listed below ... you may register as a sponsor for the 2021 MAIA conference using the PDF form at right.

SPONSOR LEVELS

EXHIBITOR: $200  Includes inclusion on exhibitor list and Zoom connection during virtual conference network time

PEWTER SPONSOR: $500 – Includes exhibitor items listed above, plus recognition of Pewter sponsorship on website, special recognition at conference and one virtual conference registration

SILVER SPONSOR: $1,000 – Includes Pewter Sponsor items listed above, plus recognition of Silver sponsorship on website, company  name and logo on marketing materials and two virtual conference registrations

GOLD SPONSOR: $1,500 – Includes Silver Sponsor items listed above, plus recognition of Gold sponsorship on website, company name and logo on marketing materials and three virtual conference registrations

KEYNOTE SPONSOR: PLEASE ASK FOR DETAILS (dependent upon keynote honorarium) – Includes program acknowledgement of Keynote sponsorship, recognition of Keynote sponsorship on marketing materials, special acknowledgement prior to keynote introduction, Zoom connection during virtual conference network time and two virtual conference registrations


Who Will Attend?

OLDER ADULTS who are interested in learning more about aging in a positive, healthy way

CAREGIVERS of older adults

HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS who are interested in providing quality care to older persons

ADMINISTRATORS of organizations (assisted living, nursing home, and home care) providing services to older adults

DIRECTORS OF PROGRAMS who provide a variety of services for older persons in the community and through organizations

EDUCATORS of nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, nutritionists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants

CHIEF EXECUTIVES who are responsible for planning and purchasing for their organizations serving older persons

 

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