Upcoming Events

The South Carolina Department on Aging (SCDOA) welcomes the opportunity to share knowledge on aging, as well as the efforts of others to do the same in South Carolina. We are excited to inform others of these opportunities with our calendar of events. If your organization is hosting an event and would like to share the news on our calendars (www.aging.sc.gov and www.GetCareSC.com), please complete the following submission form for review. 

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  • Arnold School of Public Health Press Conference

    Date:
    Address:
    1101 Lincoln St, Columbia, SC (Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, Congaree Room)
    Details:
    Alzheimer's / Dementia
    Caregiving / Family
    A press conference with community and state agency partners will be held to highlight the 35th annual report of the South Carolina Alzheimer’s Disease Registry – the oldest and most comprehensive...
  • Estate Planning Strategies for Every Life Stage- Workshop and Webinar

    Date:
    Address:
    1325 Garner Ln, Columbia, SC 29210 (Elite Home Care and Day Center)
    Details:
    Education / Guides
    The event Estate Planning is an ongoing process rather than a singular event. There are distinct junctures to address, especially during key phases of your life: as a young family, as an adult child...
  • MUSC Center for Healthy Aging Senior Expo

    Date:
    Address:
    5000 Coliseum Drive, North Charleston, SC 29418 (Charleston Area Convention Center)
    Details:
    Caregiving / Family
    Education / Guides
    Health / Safety
    The MUSC Center for Healthy Aging, in partnership with Trident AAA is hosting the 5th Annual Senior Expo, on Wednesday, March 13th at the Charleston Area Convention Center (5000 Coliseum Drive, North...
  • The Arnold Aging Lecture

    Date:
    Address:
    900 Senate St, Columbia, SC (Pastides Alumni Center — Presidential Dining Room)
    Details:
    Alzheimer's / Dementia
    Caregiving / Family
    A lecture sponsored by the Arnold School of Public Health and a National Institute on Aging-funded conference grant (5R13AG074603-03). The lecture will focus on the state of the science on Alzheimer’s...