About the Minnesota Odyssey Conference
The Minnesota Age & Disabilities Odyssey Conference is a two-day conference held every other year. The conference has been held on either an annual or biennial basis since 1998.
- Promotes best practices
- Provides training and technical assistance about DHS programs and services
- Recognizes and honors excellence at the individual, organization and programmatic level
- Offers many opportunities to network.
This two-day conference generally attracts over 1300 attendees. Attendees are interested in long-term services and supports. They include advocates, consumers, policy makers, providers and those from Area Agencies on Aging, counties, tribes, managed care organizations and state government.
- Benefit from dynamic keynote and plenary sessions
- Engage with more than 80 vendors and special events in the exhibit hall
- Select from numerous discipline-specific and general audience breakout sessions.
If you are interested in aging and disability services, plan to:
- Attend the conference
- Be an exhibitor
- Become a sponsor
- Submit a proposal to present one or more sessions.