VOYCE is delighted to announce the return of the Annual Long-Term Care Conference. The Annual Long-Term Care Conference will take place on Wednesday, June 15th at Maryland Heights Community Center, St. Louis, MO. Conference Theme for 2022: The theme of the Conference for 2022 is “Care: Who We Are. What We Do. Where We Go…Read More →
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Who We Are. What We Do. Where We Go From Here.
Registration is now open for VOYCE's 2022 Annual Long-Term Care Conference. This year’s conference theme is Care: Who We Are. What We Do. Where We Go from Here. With an excellent program featuring nationally renowned gerontologists and leaders in the long-term care sector, we’ll explore best practices and new approaches to long-term care in a moment where the entire sector has been turned upside down.Information and Registration
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