Registration is open for the HCAOA Illinois Chapter’s full day, in-person conference on November 9, with a half-day pre-conference session offering three CEUs on November 8. Learn how to navigate and operate successfully in a post-COVID world from top state and national experts, and get together with old friends and new to network and share ideas.
The full-day conference on November 9 will feature a packed agenda with an update from Rani Harms MSN, RN, NPD-BC, Program Supervisor for Home Services/Home Nursing, Division of Health Care Facilities and Programs at IDPH, and an “All Things COVID” discussion from two perspectives - a medical update from Dr. Steven C. Fox, DO, Chair, HCAOA Medical Advisory Committee, and a labor law update from Aimee Delaney, Hinshaw.
State Senator Bill Cunningham, who sponsored the licensure bill in Illinois, will also be at the conference to provide an update on licensure and legislative updates related to the industry. The pre-conference on November 8 will feature a three-hour advanced dementia training module facilitated by Aishling Dalton Kelly, CEO, Aishling Home Care & Aishling Care Academy, and will discuss principles of health disparities, cultural competence, and the impact on aging individuals. Three CEUs are available for this session, which are required as continuing education for Certified Dementia Practitioners (CDPs) in Illinois. A reception will be held following the pre-conference for all attendees to network and catch up.
HCAOA members can attend both the pre-conference AND the full-day conference for a special registration rate of $250.
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