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Spring Conference

The Council is pleased to release the full agenda for our 2017 Spring Conference to be held on Thursday, June 8th at the Crowne Plaza in Natick.  Our Spring Conference will provide your agency with the opportunity to hear directly from experts on the most significant and timely issues impacting our network during:

Two Keynote Addresses:

  • View from Beacon Hill on Massachusetts Elder and Home Care Issues featuring the leadership of the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs Co-chairs Senator Barbara L’Italien and Representative Danielle Gregoire and Vice-Chair Representative Brian Ashe 
  • 2017 Home Care Legal Update presented by Attorney Michael Bertoncini from Jackson Lewis PC

Six Informative Breakout Sessions:

  • Implementing and Optimizing Technology, including Electronic Visit Verification, in a Changing Home Care Industry
  • An Update on MassHealth Restructuring and Payment Reform
  • New Initiatives and Community Partnerships to Provide Training and Support to Home Care Aides
  • Elders, Medical Marijuana, and Opioids: An Overview and Implications for the Home Care Workforce
  • Building Supports for the Future: Age-Friendly and Dementia Friendly Initiatives in Massachusetts
  • Aging and Muscle Weakness: Could it be Sarcopenia?

    Discounted rates are available for organizations that register multiple staff to attend.  This year’s conference will once again feature exhibitor booths for vendors. 

    Your organization won’t want to miss this unique opportunity to get up-to-date by attending one affordable, day-long statewide conference. Space is limited so be sure not to miss out. Click here to download the flyer and register today! 


    Thank You to our Spring Conference Exhibitors


    If you are interested in becoming an exhibitor, please contact Marisa Lutz by email at or at 617.744.6561.


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