ALR Conference

 ESAAL's 2024 ALR Conference

October 29 - 30, 2024
The Albany Marriott, Albany NY

More Details & Registration Coming Soon!

Prepare to be inspired and empowered at ESAAL's 2024 ALR Conference!

Designed exclusively for Assisted Living Residence (ALR) providers, this event promises to be a transformative experience, where you'll have the unique opportunity to learn from the brightest minds, network with influential peers, and earn valuable Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Immerse yourself in a dynamic program designed to enhance the quality of life for your residents & propel your ALR community to new heights. Gain insights from renowned industry experts, explore innovative strategies, and discover cutting-edge solutions. This conference is your gateway to professional growth & the knowledge you need to thrive in the ever-evolving landscape of senior care.

Don't miss your chance to be a part of this event.Register now and unlock the keys to success at ESAAL's 2024 ALR Conference.

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.

This is an in-person conference October 29-30, 2024 at the Albany Marriott, 189 Wolf Rd, Albany, NY 12205

What's Included?

  • Up to 10 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 during dedicated time with exhibitors
Contact Event Coordinator, Cara Groff, CMP, with questions: [email protected] or 518-371-2573
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.