Quality in Long-Term Care 2021 Conference Available Free On Demand

October 29, 2021

Earlier this year, Texas Health and Human Services (HHS) and Department of State Health Services (DSHS) hosted a free virtual conference, “Navigating the New Normal in Texas Long-Term Care.” Now through December 31, all pre-recorded breakout conferences sessions are available on-demand for various health care disciplines, community providers, family members, and consumers.

Continuing education (CE) is offered for the following disciplines:

ALF·CME·CNA·CNE·DAHS·EMS·HCSSA·LNFA·LP·LPC·LTCO·NFAD·OT·PAS·SW

Sessions are available in the HHS Learning Portal now through December 31, 2021. If you do not already have an account in the HHS Learning Portal, use this step-by-step HHS Learning Portal Instruction Guide to set up an account.

This free, virtual conference offers CE from nationally and internationally recognized experts on caring for people with dementia, infection prevention and control, staff well-being, current healthcare trends, and cutting-edge advances in long-term care, aging and disabilities. The conference will also address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and discuss practices that will support staff, consumers and their families as we all navigate the "new normal."

Once you log into your HHS Learning Portal account, type in 2021 Quality in Long-Term Care in the search box to access the sessions.

For more information about the conference, email the HHS Quality in Long-Term Care Conference inbox.