2019 Full Lives Conference

18th Annual Full Lives Conference for Direct Service Professionals & Care Coordinators

Tuesday, April 9 – Thursday, April 11, 2019
Hotel Captain Cook, downtown Anchorage, Alaska

About the Conference

The 18th annual Full Lives Conference will feature national and Alaskan experts on key issues that affect Care Coordinators, Direct Service Professionals and the people they support. Presentations will be provided on a wide range of topics allowing attendees to choose sessions based on their personal and professional interests such as; diversity and cultural awareness, person-centered best practices, stress management, writing person-centered plans of care, climbing the career ladder, employment and so much more.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Full Lives draws a wide range of attendees that provide services in developmental disabilities, behavioral health, traumatic brain injuries, substance abuse/prevention, and senior services. Attendees include case managers, personal care assistance, care coordinators, community advocates, supervisors, administrators, self-advocates, caregivers, and families receiving services.

The Full Lives Conference encourages interaction, problem solving, and sharing among all participants. This atmosphere contributes to a dynamic conference that encourages ongoing networking and collaboration.

Check back soon for Registration details and additional information.

The Full Lives Conference receives funding and support from the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, UAA Center for Human Development, The Alaska Training Cooperative, and the State of Alaska Senior and Disabilities Services.