Continuing Education Developers-Conferences & Seminars Approved for CE

The following are conferences or seminars that have been approved to offer Washington State long term care worker continuing education hours for their event. Contact the business directly for more information.

Note: Individual Providers cannot use these conferences for CE unless they have missed their CE training deadline and can no longer take CE through the Training Partnership.

Other Ways to Get CE

Conference Schedule

I/DD and Dementia: A Forum for Advocates, Thought Leaders, Family Members and Creative Thinkers

When: 
Thu, 06/28/2018 - 10:00am to 2:30pm
Location: 
SeaTac Airport Conference Center

Number of CE hours: 4.50

This forum will include national experts Dr. Seth Keller and Dr. Mathew Janicki, a presentation by the Washington State Dementia Action Collaborative on the progress made in our state to date, and a community conversation among forum participants on how we can better support people with I/DD who experience dementia.

  • LEARN what we know about those with I/DD and dementia.
  • CONNECT and network with leaders from various disciplines and systems that support people with I/DD.
  • PLAN next steps we can take to better support those with I/DD in our state who develop dementia.

Learn more at http://ddc.wa.gov/dementia-forum/#more-1284.

For more information: Aziz Aladin at aziz.aladin@ddc.wa.gov or 360-586-2336


17th Annual Spokane Family Caregiver Conference: Where The Heart Is

When: 
Thu, 06/28/2018 - 8:00am to 4:00pm
Location: 
CenterPlace Regional Event Center - 2426 N. Discovery Place, Spokane Valley, WA 99216

Number of CE hours: 5.00

Featuring keynote speaker Wendy Lustbader, the author of several books and essays that have earned her a national reputation in the field of aging. Also features other exciting speakers, breakout sessions, an expert panel, and a resource fair. The cost is $10 for unpaid caregivers and $45 for professionals. Lunch is included.

For more information: Christy Vlasak, cvlasak@fbhwa.org