2022 Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Conference

Submit Your Session for the 2022 HCBS Conference ADvancing States is accepting session submissions for the 2022 Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Conference. Submit your session today for the opportunity to present to more than 1,500 attendees on August 14-18 in Washington, D.C. The Call for Sessions for the 2022 HCBS Conference will be open until April 15, 2022 – Submit today!
We are seeking original, thought-provoking sessions about creative approaches, innovative models, and emerging trends in the landscape of LTSS programs and HCBS service delivery as well as the pressing issues facing aging and disabilities programs.
Share your work on any of the following topics:Consumer-Directed ServicesEmployment Services and SupportsFederal Regulations and PolicyHousing Supports and ServicesInnovation and TechnologyMedicaid Waiver ProgramsManaged Long-Term Services and SupportsPrevention of Abuse, Neglect and ExploitationQuality ImprovementTransportation ServicesOther related work in Long-Term Services and Supports for older adults and people with disabilities!  
Consider working with partners within state government to develop a panel of presenters, as we will give special preference to submissions which showcase state partnerships.
Submit your Session
Every year, the HCBS Conference gathers the best presentations from state and federal agencies around improving systems that deliver long-term services and supports (LTSS) for all ages and abilities.LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HCBS CONFERENCE
The 2022 HCBS Conference will be a hybrid virtual/in-person event. We are currently accepting in-person and virtual session proposals. You will be able to select your preferences on the session submission form.

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