Convention & Tradeshow

We invite you to join us for our 56th Annual Convention and Trade Show, NCALTCF: Kickoff! Making New Traditions in Long Term Care, September 18-20 in Greensboro, NC! Last year we had over 300 attendees and 88 exhibitors, but would love to add more! We offer premiere continuing education opportunities for facilities all week long and offer vendors an ideal opportunity to mingle with administrators and facility owners.

Click the links below to register. Please contact us if you have any questions about the event or would like to sponsor.

Become a Sponsor:

  • Sponsorship is a great way for new vendors to get their name out to our members or for our seasoned vendors to have more time with them. We have a wide variety of levels that are perfect for every budget. Consider sponsoring a CEU, a hospitality suite, or our entire convention today!

Exhibit:

  • Our trade show is one of the best! We have a lot of fun with our vendors and members at convention, but the Trade Show definitely brings a lot of excitement. We do booth decorating contest, encourage our vendors to bring games for more interaction and give away door prizes at the end. It's definitely a fun environment to get to know old or new clients.


Track Training:

  • NCALTCF is dedicated to making a difference in Long Term Care. We believe that begins with providing premiere education. Track Training is one of our new opportunities to get specific with certain staff members. Each year we provide training that directly relates to specific staff members. Keep an eye out for our registration to see who we're targeting in this year's trainings.

CEU:

  • Convention is the perfect opportunity to get most of the CEUs required for the year. CEU credits are given for our Opening and General Sessions on the first 2 days and on the 3rd day we have several CEUs going on with multiple topics to choose from. 


Monday, September 18th 

 
"MartyBall" way of Life 

Kristen Schottenheimer

Daughter of former NFL coach, Marty Schottenheimer, who has Alzheimer's Disease

Association Update

Dean Wilson

NCALTCF President


Medicaid Reform

Dave Richard

Deputy Secretary for Medical Assistance,
DHHS


 

DHSR Update

Mark Payne

Director,
Division of Health Service Regulation

DHHS Overview

Mark Benton

Deputy Secretary,
DHHS

National Trends in Quality Measurements

Paul Soczynski

Executive Director of Long Term Care Services and Support,
United Healthcare
 

Section Law and HB 657

James C. Wrenn

Attorney,
Hopper, Hicks and Wrenn, PLLC

Tuesday, September, 19th

CEU Center

Amy Perkins, The Cranford Agency
Jenni Ham, Southern Pharmacy Services
Janet Thomkins, Comfort Companions
Dan Owens, Senior Housing Services
Dove Avylla, LifeSource
Penni Robinson, Tye Medical
 

Legislative Pannel

Representative Nelson Dollar

House District 36, 
Wake County

Representative Josh Dobson

House District 85,
Avery, McDowell and Mictchell County

Sen. Tommy Tucker

Senate District 35 
Union County

Sen. Joyce Kraweic

Senate District 31
Forsyth and Yadkin County

Criminal Background Database

Jesse Goodman

Section Chief,
DHSR
 

DHSR Update

Megan Lamphere

Section Chief,
DHSR
 

Regulatory Trends in Construction

Steve Lewis

Construction Section Chief,
DHHS
 

Wednesday, September 20th

Diabetes Care and Management

Dawn Ellis, RN
Brad McGee, Consultant and Pharmacist

Omnicare
 

Understanding the Mediations and Appeals Process

Danielle Combs

PCS Coordinator,
Victorian Senior Care

Basics of Developing a Quality Improvement Plan for your Community

Stacy Massey

VP Residential Communities,
Victorian Senior Care

 
Antidotes to Burnout: The Art of Staying Inspired 

David Carl 

Executive Director, Spiritual Care and Education,
Carolina Healthcare System

 
Nutrition and Dementia Care

Kevin Bailey

Non-Commercial Regional Chain Manager,
Gordon Food Service

 
STAR Rating Overview

Scott Ashley

ACLS STAR Rating Coordinator
NC Department of Health and Human Services