2018 Fall Conference

Reducing Readmissions Through Better Transitions

CALTCM, in collaboration with the Northern California chapter of GAPNA, is proud to present Reducing Readmissions Through Better Transitions. This event is designed to provide the best practices in care to address geriatric issues found in post-acute and long-term care. Join us on Saturday November 3, 2018 to earn continuing education credits for CME, BRN, NHAP, and CMD certification.  Click here to read more.

Featured topics include:
  • Changes in Long-Term and Palliative Care
  • Improving Transitions of Care
  • Medication Management across Transitions
  • Reducing Agitation in Dementia Patients
  • Preventing Avoidable Hospital Readmissions
  • Implementing the Music & Memory program
  • Update on Policy, Legislative and Regulatory Issues
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Joining is Easy!  It only takes a few minutes and you can apply online or by phone. Enjoy the benefits of membership immediately.  
  • Get discounts to the CALTCM Annual Meeting;
  • Exclusive toolkits;
  • Access to past annual meeting syllabi;  (Presentations on Wounds, Dementia, Pain and more.)
  • The CALTCM e-newsletter, the CALTCM WAVE, to keep you informed on state and national issues in long term care;
  • and much more...
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Call for Nominations & Submissions

CALTCM works with the best providers and facilities in California.  It is time to tell us about the stand out leaders in your organizations and showcase your Best Practice projects.  We are seeking:  (Click on the links for details.)


LGBTQ Training

Building Inclusive and Sensitive Long Term Care Services for LGBTQ Communities

This one-hour webinar will describe the required elements for responding to the emerging needs of long term care organizations to provide sensitive and respectful services to LGBT residents. In the webinar we will discuss relevant terminology related to sexual orientation and gender identity, discuss common challenges experienced by LGBT older adults and provide recommendations for honoring patient rights. This webinar will also satisfy new legal requirements for staff and management in long term health care to participate in LGBTQ sensitivity training.  Click here for more information.