Caregiver Conference 2020

Approaches to Meet Residents' Individual Needs

The 2020 Caregiver Conference aims to enlighten and motivate long-term care administrators, marriage and family therapists, nurses, social workers and caregiving professionals by providing new ideas to meet the unique needs of residents in care facilities. Please join us!

Topics will include:

  • Psychiatric advance directives
  • Brain health
  • Questions for the regulators
  • Music and memory therapy
  • LGBTQ inclusivity in health facilities 

Locations and times:

Las Vegas: Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020 in the Moyer Student Union at University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Reno: Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020 in the Joe Crowley Student Union at University of Nevada, Reno

Registration details:

Early Bird Registration: $59 per person until Jan. 14 for Las Vegas and Jan. 27 for Reno

Late Registration: $69 per person from Jan. 14-27 for Las Vegas and Jan. 28-Feb. 11 for Reno

Register now for the 2020 Caregiver Conference

Registration includes 7.0 hours of continuing education, handouts, preselected lunch, beverages and free parking.

Full payment must be made at the time of registration. Registration fees are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend, you may transfer your registration to another attendee. Contact to request a registration transfer.

Target Audience:

Directors, administrators and staff of homes for individual residential care, residential facilities for groups (group homes), assisted living facilities, nursing facilities and caregivers or others interested in the topics are welcome to attend.

Continuing Education Credit

This training will be submitted to the Nevada State Board of Examiners for Long Term Care Administrators, Social
Workers and the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine Sanford Center for Aging for Nurses for 7.0 hours of
continuing education credit. Ethics and Regulation have been approved as follows: SW 1.5 ethics; LTC 3.0 ethics and
1.0 regulations.

NOTE: This training is ideally appropriate for nurses and social workers who work in or with residential care facilities.

For more information contact Natalie Mazzullo at (702) 948-5911,