Education Conference

 Join us April 7, 8, 9th!

UPDATED February 22, 2021

The Connecticut Chapter is excited to transition the learning experience to an online format in 2021.  By attending this conference, participants can integrate standards of care, advances and research in dementia, and new strategies and interventions uniquely focused on, and within, the model of person-centered dementia care.

This years conference will be held over 3 consecutive days.  April 7th and 8th are designed for professional attendees who work across the continuum of care.  We will be offering Continuing Education Credits for this event.  Event details and cost coming soon!

April 9th will be offered at no cost to family caregivers with opportunities to learn, connect and be supported.  

Registration will open in March,  We thank you, as always, for your support. 

Alzheimer's Association Connecticut Chapter



Mary Wade Home



Hartford HealthCare

UCONN Health
 UCONN Health


2021 Silver Exhibitors


Allaire Elder Law

Assisted Living Services, Inc.

Assisted Living Technologies, Inc.

Caring Gifts, LLC

CT Mental Health Specialists

CT Nurses Association

Euro-American Homecare

Everbrook Senior Living

Genesis HealthCare

Home Helpers of Connecticut

Home Instead Senior Care

Home Care Assistance

Hospital for Special Care

Keogh, Burkhart & Vetter


National Health Care Associates Inc.

The Next Street Driver Rehab Services

The Saybrook at Haddam


Visiting Angels

Workers' Compensation Trust


 Throughout the years, the Alzheimer's Association has united experts worldwide to present the latest information in dementia care practices to professionals, family members and persons living with the disease in Connecticut and surrounding states. Our goal is to share best practices and creative interventions for the care, treatment and preservation of the quality of life of persons with Alzheimer's and related dementias. Join us as we reflect on past accomplishments, integrate the present and envision a future of a world without Alzheimer's disease.

We look forward to the day we can meet again in person, made possible by our community partner the Mohegan Tribe.

Continuing Education Credits


This activity has been submitted to the Connecticut Nurses'Association (CNA) for approval to award contact hours. The Connecticut Nurses' Association (CNA) is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Social Work

Application has been submitted for this program to be approved for Continuing Education Credit hours by the National Association of Social Workers, CT. If approved, this program will meet the continuing education criteria for Social Work Licensure renewal.

Connecticut Nursing Home Administrators

Application has been approved by LeadingAge Connecticut for 4.75 Credit Hours.  LeadingAge Connecticut has been granted authority by the State of Connecticut to issue Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) for educational programs that support learning objectives for nursing home administrators.  

Hosted By

Alzheimer's Association Connecticut Chapter
Questions? Please contact our Southington office.

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