ALR Conference

 

ESAAL's 2022 ALR Conference
Immerse Yourself in the World of ALR
Existing, new or pending providers, including Administrators & Executive Directors, nurses, case managers & other key staff are encouraged to attend the ALR conference.  
ESAAL members and non-members are invited to attend this conference.

Join us for an in-person Assisted Living Residences (ALR)-centered conference October 25-26, 2022

Join your peers from other ALR communities at The Queensbury Hotel in beautiful upstate NY for in-person education, networking, & camaraderie. You may earn up to 10.75 CEU's by attending all sessions. Network with industry exhibitors. Catch up with colleagues. Existing, new, or pending providers, including Administrators & Executive Directors, nurses, case managers & other key staff that are encouraged to attend the ALR conference. This 1.5-day conference is open to both ESAAL members and non-members.

Educational Sessions - earn up to 10.75 CEU's!

We have a schedule packed with great topics & speakers! Session topics include:

  • Department of Health Update on ALR/EALR/SNALR-related Topics
  • Daily Ethics in Assisted Living: How to Explain it & Involve Your Staff by Lou Ann Brubaker
  • Exploring Models of College/University and Community Partnerships: Engaging Our Residents at All Levels by David Steitz, PhD, Nazareth College
  • "Come Into My World” Handling Difficult Behaviors through Empathy by Raeanne McLaughlin, MS, Hinman Straub P.C.
CLICK HERE to view the full schedule with session descriptions

Pricing

  • ESAAL Members: $245
  • Non-Members $490

What's Included?

  • 10.75 CEU's total, based on session attendance
  • Day 1 Refreshment breaks & cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres; Day 2 full breakfast, buffet lunch, coffee break with refreshments
  • Opportunities to network with vendors & visit with peers

 

Click to Register

Health & Safety Policy

Please CLICK HERE to read the full Health & Safety Policy for ESAAL's 2022 ALR Conference

The safety & health of all adult care facility/assisted living providers, their staff, and the elderly residents they serve is ESAAL’s utmost concern.  To ensure their safety and, in concert with current Department of Health (DOH) mandates for healthcare workers, ESAAL is requiring proof of full vaccination (booster not required) for all in attendance at our conference & trade show (registrants, exhibitors, vendors, speakers, staff), unless they have a valid medical exemption. 

The conference rules for preventive measures such as masking and social distancing, will be guided by the then current requirements and recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and federal, state, and local health authorities at the time of the event. We are working closely with our partners at The Queensbury Hotel to implement measures to reduce the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus at the event. 

Please CLICK HERE to read the full Health & Safety Policy for ESAAL's 2022 ALR Conference

Hotel Accommodations - The Queensbury Hotel

Hotel accommodations are NOT included in your registration.

The Queensbury Hotel in downtown Glens Falls has been regarded as the city’s centerpiece since 1926. Centrally located between Saratoga Springs and Lake George, we have had the privilege of welcoming guests from both near and far for over 95 years.

With newly renovated accommodations, attentive staff, excellent restaurants, and countless amenities, it offers a home away from home experience unparalleled in upstate New York.

Group rate: $114.00 per night, available 10/24-10/26

Group code: G1673

Cut-off date: 9/24/2022

Click Here to reserve your room online

Click HERE for cheat sheet on how to apply the code when booking your room online.

If you would like to book pre or post event (arriving prior to 10/24 or checking out after 10/26), please call the hotel directly as you will not be able to acquire the group rate online. (518) 832-6320

The Queensbury Hotel
88 Ridge Street
Queensbury, New York 12804
(518) 832-6320

What is an Assisted Living Residence (ALR)?
Assisted Living Residences are licensed by the State Department of Health (DOH) and are one of only two types of residences that that may lawfully represent themselves as providing “assisted living.” The other type is an Assisted Living Program (ALP).

Assisted Living Residences serve the same types of residents as adult homes and enriched housing programs and provide the same services. However, the law requires them to provide certain additional disclosures and resident rights.


 

Contact Event Coordinator, Cara Groff, CMP, with questions: [email protected] or 518-371-2573