Building a great conference for 2021 by taking a look at the wonderful speakers of the past!
Each year, since 2010, the home care associations in New England have brought together more than 400 home care leaders from more than 120 agencies to offer a top quality confernce, close to home.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic derailed plans in 2020, the conference is back in a virtual format this spring. The 2021 conference is designed to provide experienced professionals with current research, new ideas and regulatory updates.
The conference attracts hundreds of home care and hospice clinicians, managers and leaders from all over New England.
Past conference topics and keynote speakers have included:
Join us for the entirely VIRTUAL2021 New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show, June 2 & 3, 2021. Be a part of our region’s premier event for home care and hospice agencies by sharing new ideas, best practices. In interactive breakout session formats. Submit your speaker proposals to email@example.com today! Speaker proposals and presentations are welcome on an array of topics.
Unlike past years, this year we are asking only for the following:
Contact information: Name, Credentials, Title, Organization, Email Address, Phone, City & State
Session title, brief topic description
Speaker name and title
If selected we will be in contact for more details.
To provide the best conference experience, we highly encourage that your presentation include any of the following elements:
Small Group Discussions
Q&A or Panel Discussion
Other Form of Audience Engagement (please provide details)
Tips for your prESENTATION
Content is king – If you really want to impress the audience, pack your presentation with powerful content.
Make it compelling – Our audience is composed of administrators, support staff, clinicians, direct caregivers, and industry partners. Learning levels are diverse, with the majority of participants being high level/theoretical to mid-level/practical.
Be authentic and vulnerable – Don’t be afraid to speak of failure as well as success.
Customize – Be sure your content truly speaks to the association audience and is customized to their unique situations.
Knowledge sharing is the most effective marketing – Sales pitches disguised as education will result in poor ratings and lost opportunities.
NOTE: Presentations must be educational. We understand that some of our speakers wish to network with attendees and showcase their services, but we kindly ask that your presentation not be a sales pitch. Networking time will be made available to speakers, sponsors, and attendees for this purpose. We appreciate your cooperation.
The New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show is the region’s premier event for home care and hospice agencies. The conference is hosted by the six New England state home care associations, which collectively represent nearly 400 organizations. This coming year, the conference heads to Newport, RI from May 13-15!
The conference is designed for senior and mid-level administrative and clinical staff. The conference features multiple keynote sessions, workshops, and intensive programs. Topics are designed to meet the needs of all agencies, including Medicare-certified, private duty, and hospices. The trade show is the largest home health and hospice expo in the Northeast.
We are pleased to open the call for speakers up to any and all who are interested. The deadline to submit proposals is Friday, November 1st by end of day.
The NEHCC is designed for senior and mid-level administrative and clinical staff. The conference features multiple keynote sessions, workshops, and intensive programs. Topics are designed to meet the needs of all agencies, including Medicare-certified, private duty, and hospices. The trade show is the largest home health and hospice expo in the Northeast.
Review Guidelines & Criteria
Each proposal is reviewed and evaluated according, with preference shown toward those that present:
Relevance to home care and hospice;
Clearly identified objectives;
Timely or innovative topics;
Overall quality and a well-defined focus;
Practical application of materials;
Teaching/speaking experience of presenter; and
Freedom from commercial bias
There is no limit to the number of proposals a presenter may submit.