We thank all who attended VOYCE’s 2022 Annual Long-Term Care Conference! The theme of the Conference for 2022 was “Care: Who We Are. What We Do. Where We Go from Here.” Our thanks to our wonderful speakers: Dr. John Morley, Chien Y. Hung, MSW, MA-G, RYT, Kelly Schilling, CTRS & Taylor Pendleton, MS, CTRS, Dr….Read More →
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Who We Are. What We Do. Where We Go From Here.
Thank you to our sponsors and all who attended VOYCE's long-term care conference!
Our generous supporters have helped us expand our offerings to help more people in need, but there’s still more work to be done. Will you pitch in to help those in long-term care and their loved ones?Support Our Mission
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