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Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Attend SDAHO’s 2024 Post-Acute Partners in Care Conference

SDAHO’s Post-Acute Partners in Care Conference is taking place April 10-11, 2024, in Mitchell, SD at the Highland Conference Center. Here are 10 reasons why you should attend:

#10 Inspiration and Motivation. Being surrounded by industry experts, success stories and cutting-edge ideas can be incredibly inspiring and motivating. This year’s conference is full of inspiring and motivational sessions, including both Keynote Speakers, Jack York and Rich Bluni who will share their story that will help fuel your motivation and reignite your passion for your work.

#9 Continuing Education. There are up to 11.2 contact hours available to nursing home administrators and up to 9.4 contact hours for social workers at this year’s conference.

#8 Awesome Gifts. It is no joke, SDAHO always has the best gifts, and this year’s Post-Acute Partners in Care Conference is no different. Join us for the opportunity to win some incredible prizes, must be present to win!

#7 Fun. Fun comes in many different forms, at this year’s conference fun is in the form of ART! Join us for SDAHO’s first Annual Facility Art Contest. Activity directors of Nursing Home and Assisted Living facilities from across the state have been working hard with residents to create an art project that will be presented and voted on at this year’s conference. The theme is “My Community – Past, Present and Future” Be ready to enjoy some incredible pieces of art and cast your vote for your favorite. Learn more here.

#6 Discover Innovative Products. Interact with geriatric training tools and visit the exhibitors to learn more about the exciting services and products that support wellness, resident engagement, and technology solutions.

#5 Personal Development. Conferences are not just about professional growth; they also contribute to personal development. Network with your colleagues from across the state to discuss the issues impacting you and your facility. Learn what you have in common and share outcomes. Hear how others have overcome challenges, embrace new perspectives, and develop leadership and teamwork abilities that will help you both professionally and personally.

4. Informative Educational Sessions. Industry experts will share on regulatory updates, Innovations in Career Development and Workforce Planning; Behavioral Health Updates; Nutrition and Dietary Needs; Using Music as Therapeutic Support, the latest in Alzheimer’s and much more.

3. Engage with Continuum of Care Colleagues and Leaders. Our collective power among the healthcare continuum (nursing home, assisted living, home health, and hospice) is made greater through sharing, learning and collaboration. Join us for the conversations and connections that will help us navigate the field.

2. Learn New Approaches and Ideas. This year’s conference brings together speakers from across the state and the country. Each will share their specific area of expertise, providing awareness and new ideas and different ways to approach a variety of healthcare issues. This is a great opportunity to educate yourself on these new ideas and approaches, giving you more tools in your tool box to benefit you, your staff and those you serve.

1. It’s in MITCHELL! Mitchell is home to the World’s Only Corn Palace and the community is excited to welcome you to this year’s Post-Acute Care Conference! While there – give yourself time to experience the rich historical and cultural attractions that include Carnegie Resource Center, Dakota Discovery Museum, McGovern Legacy Museum, Cabela’s Wildlife Exhibits, and the Prehistoric Indian Village. We are excited to see you!

Register today to take advantage of this conference has to offer! For more information and to register click here.

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