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    • 18 Mar 2020
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • 21 Aug 2020
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • Marriott Hotel, 9100 Corporate Hills Dr., Wichita, KS
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    KACE 48th Annual
    Convention Vendor Invitation
    August 18-21, 2020
    Vendor Show August 19 & 20
    Marriott Hotel
    9100 Corporate Hills Rd.
    Wichita, KS 67207
    316-651-0333


     


    Dear Valued Partner:


    We would like to extend an invitation to you to be part of the KACE 48th Annual Convention. KACE knows that our Vendors help to make our convention a great success. Thank you, in advance, for being a part of our 48th Annual Convention.


    KACE can't create an amazing convention experience for your customers without your help, and we hope that you will consider sponsoring the convention in whatever way that you can. Sponsorships will be recognized in the program booklet, through signage at the convention, and through conference materials that attendees receive. 


    ~Haely Ordoyne, 2020 Convention Chairperson 



    Booth Information:


    Fees


    The cost of a booth is $900 for an 8-foot booth.

    One vendor company per booth.


    Included in the price:

    • One skirted booth with divider

    • Company sign with booth number

    • Two tickets for the August 21 vendor luncheon

    • Quality vendor time with no other convention activities scheduled

    • Social time with convention attendees


    Electricity is available


    You will need heavy-duty extension cords, and/or power strips to ensure availability at point desired. (If you need more than 15 amps/110 volts, please contact KACE.)


    Cancellation Policy


    • 85 percent refund prior to two weeks before convention. No refund after that time.


    Deadline for Booth Space Registration is August 1, 2020.



    Hotel Information:


    The Wichita Marriott is a beautiful facility, which is very well suited to the needs of our Convention attendees and vendors.


    Reservations:


    KACE room rate is $112 + tax. You must tell them you are with the KACE Convention to get the special rate. Cutoff date for the special rate is Monday, July 27, 2020 at 5:00 P.M. After this date, the special rates will depend on hotel room availability. You can contact them at 316.651.0333 or 1.800.228.9290.


    For more details on the Convention or don't want to sign-up online click here for the brochure: Coming Soon 



     

    Golf Information


    KACE INVITES YOU TO JOIN US FOR OUR ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT


    Tuesday, August 18, 2020

    Tallgrass Country Club

    2400 N. Tallgrass St.

    Wichita, KS 67226

    316.684.4110

     

    Registration & Lunch at 11:00; Shot Gun Start at 12:00

    A shuttle will be available at the Marriott starting at 10:00

    Fee is $95 per golfer


    Golf Sponsorship Opportunities: Drink Cart, Lunch and Hole Sponsorship's available. To sign up for golf click here:


    • 18 Mar 2020
    • 11:00 AM (UTC-06:00)
    • 19 Aug 2020
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • Tallgrass Country Club, 2400 N. Tallgrass St., Wichita, KS 67226
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        2020 KACE ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT     


    KACE invites you to attend our annual Golf Tournament

    Tuesday, August 18, 2020

    Tallgrass Country Club

    2400 N. Tallgrass St.

    Wichita, KS 67226

    316.684.4110


    Registration & Lunch at 11:00; Shot Gun Start at 12:00 noon

    A shuttle will be available at the Marriott starting at 10:00 a.m.

    Fee is $95 per golfer


    Vendor Registration Information:  Coming Soon


    PDF Registration Form


    Bring extra cash as there will be 50/50 drawing as well as other opportunities!


     



    • 09 Apr 2020
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • 09 Apr 2021
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • Webinar
    • 98
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    De-Prescribing Medications


     





    RECORDED VERSION



    De-Prescribing Medications
    Presented by Amy Siple


    Polypharmacy is becoming an epidemic in western society and the hazards are numerous. Older adults are disproportionally affected. This presentation will take an in depth look at what is creating this crises, the risks involved, and how to avert it. De-prescribing is getting a lot more attention in the literature and health care staff need to know what to do to assist in this movement.


    Learning Objectives: 


    • Define polypharmacy
    • Recall why older adults are at higher risk of adverse drug events
    • Identify at least two considerations when looking at a medication list
    • Name at least two drugs that may represent a high risk for older adults



       


    Continuing Education This course has been approved for 2.0 continuing education hours in the core area of Resident Care for Licensed Adult Care Home Administrators and Registered Operators by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services.  Health Occupations and Credentialing approved provider number (KDADS LTS# A1427).




    Speaker Bio: Amy Siple is an Associate Professor of Nursing at Newman University where she teaches Nursing Assessment, Pharmacology, Dying Well, and Advanced Principles of Aging. As a part of the national Geriatric Nursing Education Consortium, Amy is very committed to disseminating information about care of the elderly and has traveled around the country providing numerous lectures on topics that impact the care of older adults. In addition, she maintains an active practice as a geriatric based Nurse practitioner in her work for Wichita Medical Associates.


     

    KACE Member Cost: $45

    KACE Non-Member Cost: $60


    • 09 Apr 2020
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • 09 Apr 2021
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • Webinar
    • 94
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    Facility Infection Prevention Planning—It Takes a Village


     





    RECORDED VERSION



    Facility Infection Prevention Planning—It Takes a Village
    Presented by Brenda Davis 


    Infection prevention is more important now than ever! This course will provide you with valuable information to fine-tune your facility's infection prevention program. This course covers the requirements and duties of the infection preventionist, antibiotic stewardship program, surveillance of infections, Infection Control Assessment and Response (ICAR), and recent Kansas survey results. 


    Learning Objectives:


    Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

    Name 3 functions of the infection preventionist in LTC facilities

    Name 5 members of the infection prevention team

    Identify 4 ways that the Administrative team participates in Infection Prevention


       


    Continuing EducationThis course has been approved for 2.0 continuing education hours in the core area of Resident Care for Licensed Adult Care Home Administrators and Registered Operators by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services.  Health Occupations and Credentialing approved provider number (KDADS LTS# A1427).




    Speaker Bio: Brenda Davis is a Quality Improvement Consultant with the Kansas Foundation for Medical Care. Brenda provides consultation, training and technical assistance to 53 long-term care facilities in improving infection control practices and systematically collecting and reporting infection surveillance data through the National Health Safety Network (NHSN) data capture system. Provide consultation, training and technical assistance to 10 Home Health agencies in improving infection control practices to reduce avoidable re-admissions that result from ongoing infections. Provide consultation, training and technical assistance to 7 EMS units in developing training for EMS squads and community to develop awareness of Sepsis.


     

    KACE Member Cost: $45

    KACE Non-Member Cost: $60


    • 09 Apr 2020
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • 09 Apr 2021
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • Webinar
    • 98
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    PDPM Live: What We Know Now & What We Do Now


     





    RECORDED VERSION



    PDPM Live: What We Know Now & What We Do Now
    Presented by John Harned



    What have we learned now that PDPM has been live for a few months? Are things working how we expected them to? The answer appears to be yes, but not without a few speed bumps. 


    Learning Objectives:  


    • PDPM Refresher
    • HIPPS Codes & What We Can Learn
    • Function Scoring Refresher
    • PDPM Operational Monitoring & Considerations

       


    Continuing EducationThis course has been approved for 2.0 continuing education hours in the core area of Administration for Licensed Adult Care Home Administrators and Registered Operators by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services.  Health Occupations and Credentialing approved provider number (KDADS LTS# A1427).




    Speaker Bio: John C. Harned, CPA, NHA is a member of BKD National Health Care Group. John has 28 years of experience in the senior living industry. His expertise encompasses reimbursement, operational excellence, strategic planning and many aspects of senior living finance. John is the coordinator of BKD’s life plan communities (CCRCs) team and focuses on delivering strategic solutions to senior living providers. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and Oklahoma Society of CPAs. John also is a licensed Nursing Home Administrator (NHA) under the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners and is a former Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities surveyor.


     

    KACE Member Cost: $45

    KACE Non-Member Cost: $60


    • 10 Apr 2020
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • 10 Apr 2021
    • (UTC-06:00)
    • Webinar
    • 85
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    Facility Infection Prevention Planning


    PDPM Live: What We Know Now & What We Do Now


    De-Prescribing Medications


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    RECORDED VERSION



    Facility Infection Prevention Planning



    Infection prevention is more important now than ever! This course will provide you with valuable information to fine-tune your facility's infection prevention program. This course covers the requirements and duties of the infection preventionist, antibiotic stewardship program, surveillance of infections, Infection Control Assessment and Response (ICAR), and recent Kansas survey results. 


    Learning Objectives:


    • Name 3 functions of the infection preventionist in LTC facilities
    • Name 5 members of the infection prevention team
    • Identify 4 ways that the Administrative team participates in Infection Prevention


    PDPM Live: What We Know Now & What We Do Now



    What have we learned now that PDPM has been live for a few months? Are things working how we expected them to? The answer appears to be yes, but not without a few speed bumps. 


    Learning Objectives:  


    • PDPM Refresher
    • HIPPS Codes & What We Can Learn
    • Function Scoring Refresher
    • PDPM Operational Monitoring & Considerations




    De-Prescribing Medications


    Polypharmacy is becoming an epidemic in western society and the hazards are numerous. Older adults are disproportionally affected. This presentation will take an in depth look at what is creating this crises, the risks involved, and how to avert it. De-prescribing is getting a lot more attention in the literature and health care staff need to know what to do to assist in this movement.


    Learning Objectives: 


    • Define polypharmacy
    • Recall why older adults are at higher risk of adverse drug events
    • Identify at least two considerations when looking at a medication list
    • Name at least two drugs that may represent a high risk for older adults


       


    Continuing EducationThis course has been approved for 2.0 continuing education hours in the core area of Administration and 4.0 hours in the core area of Resident Care for Licensed Adult Care Home Administrators and Registered Operators by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services.  Health Occupations and Credentialing approved provider number (KDADS LTS# A1427).




    Speaker Bio: John C. Harned, CPA, NHA is a member of BKD National Health Care Group. John has 28 years of experience in the senior living industry. His expertise encompasses reimbursement, operational excellence, strategic planning and many aspects of senior living finance. John is the coordinator of BKD’s life plan communities (CCRCs) team and focuses on delivering strategic solutions to senior living providers. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and Oklahoma Society of CPAs. John also is a licensed Nursing Home Administrator (NHA) under the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners and is a former Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities surveyor.


    Speaker Bio: Brenda Davis is a Quality Improvement Consultant with the Kansas Foundation for Medical Care. Brenda provides consultation, training and technical assistance to 53 long-term care facilities in improving infection control practices and systematically collecting and reporting infection surveillance data through the National Health Safety Network (NHSN) data capture system. Provide consultation, training and technical assistance to 10 Home Health agencies in improving infection control practices to reduce avoidable re-admissions that result from ongoing infections. Provide consultation, training and technical assistance to 7 EMS units in developing training for EMS squads and community to develop awareness of Sepsis.


    Speaker Bio: Amy Siple is an Associate Professor of Nursing at Newman University where she teaches Nursing Assessment, Pharmacology, Dying Well, and Advanced Principles of Aging. As a part of the national Geriatric Nursing Education Consortium, Amy is very committed to disseminating information about care of the elderly and has traveled around the country providing numerous lectures on topics that impact the care of older adults. In addition, she maintains an active practice as a geriatric based Nurse practitioner in her work for Wichita Medical Associates.


     

    KACE Member Cost: $115

    KACE Non-Member Cost: $150


    • 05 Jun 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (UTC-06:00)
    • Virtual Event
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    Day In Topeka

    June 5, 2020

    Virtual Event 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM


    Our next Day-in-Topeka and Board of Adult Care Home Administrators (BACHA) Board meeting will be a virtual event and is scheduled for Friday, June 5, 2020 from 9:00 am until 3 pm.


    As of January 22, 2015 new AITs will be required to participate in at least one "Day-In-Topeka" session. These sessions coincide with the BACHA meetings and participants have the opportunity to observe BACHA proceedings as well as receive an introduction to a number of agency and association partners in the adult care field.


    Our Day begins with "Infomercials" by as many of the Long-Term Care Network who are available. Some of these people/organizations include KDADS, Kansas Long-Term Care Obudsman Office, LeadingAge Kansas, Kansas Health Care Association [KHCA/kcal], State Surveyors. This also gives you an opportunity to meet other AITs face-to-face and "compare notes."


    Our agenda includes a break for lunch from 12:00-1:00 PM.


    At 1:00 PM, the BACHA Board [Board of Adult Care Home Administrators] will meet. This group is the regulatory Board for all administrators & always has some interesting topics to discuss.


    If an administrator has been the subject of a formal complaint, a sub-committee of the BACHA Board called the Complaint Investigatory Committee will meet & conduct a hearing regarding the allegations, right before we adjourn for lunch. While this is an unfortunate situation, if it happens, it is a good experience for future administrators to be familiar with this process. The BACHA meeting will end no later than 3:00 PM. 


    Links and handouts will be provided the week of May 25th. 

    • 18 Sep 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (UTC-06:00)
    • Rasmussen College, 620 Governor View, Topeka, KS
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    Day In Topeka

    September 18, 2020

    Rasmussen College 9:00 to 3:00


    Our next Day-in-Topeka and Board of Adult Care Home Administrators (BACHA) Board meeting is scheduled for Friday, September 18, 2020. We will meet at Rasmussen College, 620 Governor View, Topeka, KS 9:00 am until 3 pm.


    As of January 22, 2015 new AITs will be required to participate in at least one "Day-In-Topeka" session. These sessions coincide with the BACHA meetings and participants have the opportunity to observe BACHA proceedings as well as receive an introduction to a number of agency and association partners in the adult care field.


    Our Day begins with "Infomercials" by as many of the Long-Term Care Network who are available. Some of these people/organizations include KDADS, Kansas Long-Term Care Obudsman Office, LeadingAge Kansas, Kansas Health Care Association [KHCA/kcal], State Surveyors. This also gives you an opportunity to meet other AITs face-to-face and "compare notes."


    Our agenda includes lunch on KACE. After lunch we return to Rasmussen College to observe a meeting of the BACHA Board [Board of Adult Care Home Administrators] This group is the regulatory Board for all administrators & always has some interesting topics to discuss.


    If an administrator has been the subject of a formal complaint, a sub-committee of the BACHA Board called the Complaint Investigatory Committee will meet & conduct a hearing regarding the allegations, right before we adjourn for lunch. While this is an unfortunate situation, if it happens, it is a good experience for future administrators to be familiar with this process.


    Our day begins at 9 AM & we will adjourn no later than 3 PM. Your preceptor is welcome to join you in this valuable day's experience.


    AITs attending other programs are welcome to attend for a $50 charge. 


    • 04 Dec 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (UTC-06:00)
    • Rasmussen College, 620 Governor View, Topeka, KS
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    Day In Topeka

    December 4, 2020

    Rasmussen College 9:00 to 3:00


    Our next Day-in-Topeka and Board of Adult Care Home Administrators (BACHA) Board meeting is scheduled for Friday, December 4, 2020. We will meet at Rasmussen College, 620 Governor View, Topeka, KS 9:00 am until 3 pm.


    As of January 22, 2015 new AITs will be required to participate in at least one "Day-In-Topeka" session. These sessions coincide with the BACHA meetings and participants have the opportunity to observe BACHA proceedings as well as receive an introduction to a number of agency and association partners in the adult care field.


    Our Day begins with "Infomercials" by as many of the Long-Term Care Network who are available. Some of these people/organizations include KDADS, Kansas Long-Term Care Obudsman Office, LeadingAge Kansas, Kansas Health Care Association [KHCA/kcal], State Surveyors. This also gives you an opportunity to meet other AITs face-to-face and "compare notes."


    Our agenda includes lunch on KACE. After lunch we return to Rasmussen College to observe a meeting of the BACHA Board [Board of Adult Care Home Administrators] This group is the regulatory Board for all administrators & always has some interesting topics to discuss.


    If an administrator has been the subject of a formal complaint, a sub-committee of the BACHA Board called the Complaint Investigatory Committee will meet & conduct a hearing regarding the allegations, right before we adjourn for lunch. While this is an unfortunate situation, if it happens, it is a good experience for future administrators to be familiar with this process.


    Our day begins at 9 AM & we will adjourn no later than 3 PM. Your preceptor is welcome to join you in this valuable day's experience.


    AITs attending other programs are welcome to attend for a $50 charge. 

Past events

06 Mar 2020 Day In Topeka
09 Jan 2020 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
13 Dec 2019 Day In Topeka
10 Oct 2019 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
11 Jul 2019 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
19 Jun 2019 Quality Improvement and Quality Measures Workshop-Topeka
18 Jun 2019 Meet and Greet with KACE's Resource Nurse
18 Jun 2019 Quality Improvement and Quality Measures Workshop-Wichita
07 Jun 2019 Day In Topeka
05 Jun 2019 KACE Assisted Living Workshop - Topeka
04 Jun 2019 KACE Assisted Living Workshop - Wichita
29 May 2019 Accident Prevention Webinar (Recorded Version)
09 May 2019 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
10 Apr 2019 Infection Control Webinar (Recorded Version)
20 Mar 2019 Phase 3 Rules of Participation Webinar (Recorded Version)
08 Mar 2019 Day In Topeka
26 Feb 2019 Tanner-Foster Conference
10 Jan 2019 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
14 Dec 2018 Day In Topeka
09 Oct 2018 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
07 Sep 2018 Day In Topeka
22 Aug 2018 2018 KACE Convention
21 Aug 2018 2018 KACE Convention Pre-Session
21 Aug 2018 2018 KACE Annual Golf Tournament
10 Jul 2018 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
27 Jun 2018 Facility Assessment & Emergency Preparedness Workshop
01 Jun 2018 Day In Topeka
22 May 2018 Administrator Academy
17 Apr 2018 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
04 Apr 2018 2018 Joint Provider - Topeka
03 Apr 2018 2018 Joint Provider (Vendor)
03 Apr 2018 2018 Joint Provider - Wichita
02 Mar 2018 Day In Topeka
27 Feb 2018 Tanner-Foster Conference
17 Jan 2018 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
08 Dec 2017 Day In Topeka
14 Nov 2017 Spotlight on Phase II of the Rules of Participation Webinar - Session II (Recorded Version)
09 Nov 2017 Spotlight on Phase II of the Rules of Participation Webinar - Session II
08 Nov 2017 Spotlight on Phase II of the Rules of Participation Webinar - Session I (Recorded Version)
07 Nov 2017 KDADS Regional Roundtables (NE Kansas)
27 Oct 2017 Spotlight on Phase II of the Rules of Participation Webinar - Session I
18 Oct 2017 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
15 Sep 2017 Day In Topeka
23 Aug 2017 2017 KACE Convention
23 Aug 2017 2017 KACE Convention Vendor Registration
22 Aug 2017 2017 KACE Convention Pre-Session
22 Aug 2017 2017 KACE Annual Golf Tournament
18 Jul 2017 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
21 Jun 2017 Joint Provider Fire Marshal Workshop - Wichita
20 Jun 2017 Joint Provider Fire Marshal Workshop - Topeka
02 Jun 2017 Day In Topeka
25 Apr 2017 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
10 Mar 2017 Day In Topeka
01 Mar 2017 Tanner-Foster Conference (Vendor Registration)
28 Feb 2017 Tanner-Foster Conference
07 Feb 2017 Lean Thinking In Lean Times (P.M. Session)
07 Feb 2017 Lean Thinking In Lean Times (A.M. Session)
24 Jan 2017 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
09 Dec 2016 Day In Topeka
05 Dec 2016 Conditions of Participation Webinar- Part II (Recorded Version)
29 Nov 2016 Conditions of Participation Webinar- Part II
22 Nov 2016 Conditions of Participation Webinar - Recorded Version
15 Nov 2016 KDADS Regional Roundtables (SW Kansas)
11 Nov 2016 Conditions of Participation Webinar
19 Oct 2016 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
09 Sep 2016 Day In Topeka
17 Aug 2016 2016 KACE Convention
17 Aug 2016 2016 Annual Convention Vendor Registration
16 Aug 2016 2016 KACE Convention Pre-Session: Care Planning for the Adult Care Executives and Kansas Medicaid Nursing Home Reimbursement 101
16 Aug 2016 2016 KACE Annual Golf Tournament
20 Jul 2016 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
28 Jun 2016 Working with Resident Alcohol Addictions in Adult Care
16 Jun 2016 Data-Driven Strategy for Bundled Payment Success
03 Jun 2016 Day In Topeka
18 May 2016 Survey Preparation and Insights (Wichita)
11 May 2016 Survey Preparation and Insights (Topeka)
20 Apr 2016 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
23 Mar 2016 2016 Joint Provider - Topeka (Vendor)
23 Mar 2016 2016 Joint Provider - Topeka
22 Mar 2016 2016 Joint Provider - Wichita (Vendor)
22 Mar 2016 2016 Joint Provider - Wichita
09 Mar 2016 Tanner-Foster Conference (Vendors)
08 Mar 2016 Tanner-Foster Conference
04 Mar 2016 Day In Topeka
27 Jan 2016 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
11 Dec 2015 Day In Topeka
03 Dec 2015 Understanding and Improving Your Nursing Home 5-Star Rating (P.M. Session)
03 Dec 2015 Understanding and Improving Your Nursing Home 5-Star Rating (A.M. Session)
06 Nov 2015 KDADS Regional Roundtables (NE Kansas)
03 Nov 2015 KDADS Regional Roundtables (SW Kansas)
02 Nov 2015 KDADS Regional Roundtables (SE Kansas)
15 Oct 2015 AIT Pre-Test Seminar
11 Sep 2015 Day In Topeka
19 Aug 2015 KACE Convention
19 Aug 2015 Annual Convention Vendor Registration
18 Aug 2015 KACE Convention Pre-Session for New Administrators
18 Aug 2015 KACE Convention Pre-Session: Infection Prevention in Action in a Long-Term Setting and Dementia Care
18 Aug 2015 KACE Annual Golf Tournament
23 Jun 2015 Keeping Alzheimer's and Dementia Residents Active and Improving Their Quality of Life
13 May 2015 What You Always Wanted To Know About Assisted Living Regulations and Were Afraid to Ask (Topeka)
13 May 2015 What You Always Wanted To Know About Assisted Living Regulations and Were Afraid to Ask (Topeka)
05 May 2015 What You Always Wanted To Know About Assisted Living Regulations and Were Afraid to Ask (Wichita)
05 May 2015 What You Always Wanted To Know About Assisted Living Regulations and Were Afraid to Ask (Wichita)
01 Apr 2015 2015 Joint Provider - Topeka (Vendor)
01 Apr 2015 2015 Joint Provider - Topeka
31 Mar 2015 2015 Joint Provider - Wichita
31 Mar 2015 2015 Joint Provider - Wichita (Vendor)
11 Mar 2015 Tanner-Foster Conference - Vendors
10 Mar 2015 Tanner-Foster Conference
09 Mar 2015 What You Always Wanted To Know About The Nursing Facility Regulations - And Were Afraid To Ask (Manhattan)
30 Jan 2015 What You Always Wanted To Know About The Nursing Facility Regulations - And Were Afraid To Ask (Wichita)
29 Jan 2015 What You Always Wanted To Know About The Nursing Facility Regulations - And Were Afraid To Ask (Wichita)
28 Jan 2015 What You Always Wanted To Know About The Nursing Facility Regulations - And Were Afraid To Ask (Topeka)
27 Jan 2015 What You Always Wanted To Know About The Nursing Facility Regulations - And Were Afraid To Ask (Topeka)
18 Nov 2014 A Fall Symposium on Emerging Issues in Long-Term Care
20 Aug 2014 Annual Convention Vendor Registration
19 Aug 2014 KACE Convention Pre-Session for New Administrators
19 Aug 2014 KACE Convention Pre-Session: Depression - A Recurring Concerns for Residents in Long-Term Care Facilities & Update on Clinical Geriatric Issues 2014
19 Aug 2014 KACE Annual Golf Tournament
19 Aug 2014 KACE Convention
20 Jun 2014 Satisfied Customers Seldom Sue - Wichita
19 Jun 2014 Satisfied Customers Seldom Sue - Topeka
05 Jun 2014 Joint Provider Fire Marshal Training- Topeka
04 Jun 2014 Joint Provider Fire Marshal Training- Salina
03 Jun 2014 Joint Provider Fire Marshal Training- Wichita
04 Apr 2014 KACE CPR Training
11 Mar 2014 Tanner-Foster Conference
19 Nov 2013 Fall Education Day - Topeka
14 Nov 2013 Fall Education Day - Derby
06 Nov 2013 Kansas Care Coordination Summit for Nurses- Fort Dodge
05 Nov 2013 Fall Education Day - Fort Dodge
21 Aug 2013 KACE Convention
20 Aug 2013 KACE Convention Pre-Session New Administrators
20 Aug 2013 KACE Convention Pre-Session Effects on Aging on the Auditory System, Implementing a Successful Audiology Program in CCRC's and Chronic Wound Care
20 Aug 2013 KACE Annual Golf Tournament
20 Aug 2013 Annual Convention Vendor Registration
10 Jul 2013 Person-Centered Skills Your Staff Can Use to Improve Quality of Life for Residents with Dementia
13 Jun 2013 THE NEW DINING PRACTICE STANDARDS "CMS IS ON BOARD, ARE YOU?"
11 Jun 2013 THE NEW DINING PRACTICE STANDARDS "CMS IS ON BOARD, ARE YOU?"
18 Apr 2013 Joint Provider Conference - Topeka
17 Apr 2013 Joint Provider Conference - Wichita
12 Mar 2013 Tanner-Foster Conference
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