2024 Annual Long-Term Care Conference

October 7-9, 2024
Virtual and In-Person, Germantown, NY


AIG 2024 Annual Long-term Care Conference

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The Avila Institute Annual October Long-Term Care Conference is an event featuring experts, researchers, practitioners, and other stakeholders in the field of long-term care. This conference is designed to provide a platform for participants to review current issues surrounding long-term care; share their insights, experiences, and best practices; and learn from each other and engage in meaningful discussions on the latest trends and innovations in long-term care.

AIG Annual Long-Term Care Conference in Germantown, NY

This year's conference will be a two-day event offered virtually and in-person. It will feature a diverse range of speakers who bring their expertise in fields spanning the long-term care setting. Participants can expect to engage in thought-provoking discussions on a variety of topics related to long-term care, including: 

  • Emergency Preparedness Requirements, Life Safety, and Top Risks and Vulnerabilities in Long-Term Care.
  • Discussion on the latest in Dementia Care.
  • Policy and regulatory issues affecting long-term care providers. 
  • Ethical considerations in long-term care.

The conference is a great opportunity for attendees to earn continuing education credits and to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and research in their field. It also offers a unique opportunity to connect with peers, learn from experts, and gain insights that can help improve the quality of care for older adults and the well-being of those serving them.

This conference is recommended for Administrators, Nurses, Social Workers, Dietitians, Recreational Therapists, Catholic Chaplains, and all other health care professionals.

Registration (Opening Soon)

Registration includes sessions, materials, lunch, and breaks. (SPACE IS LIMITED)

Full Conference (10.0 CE Hours)


Monday Only (5.0 CE Hours)


Tuesday Only (5.0 CE Hours)


Continuing Education 

Participants may be eligible to earn up to 10.0 continuing education hours for Administrators, Catholic
Chaplains, Dietitians, Nurses, and New York State Social Workers based on attendance. More information coming soon.

Virtual Online Attendance

This conference will be live-streamed for virtual attendance.

Join us online for live-streamed sessions.
More information coming soon.

In-Person Conference Location 

St. Teresa's Motherhouse at 600 Woods Road, Germantown, NY 

The conference is located at the grounds of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm’s Motherhouse in Germantown, NY. Germantown is located in the New York Hudson Valley. It is one hour south of Albany, New York, and 2.5 hours north of New York City.

Have questions?

For further information and help, please contact us or
call Melissa Silvestro at 518-537-5000.

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