The Full Lives conference this year is continuing its collaboration between the State of Alaska Senior & Disability Services and the Alaska Training Cooperative. Our theme for this year, Supporting the Future of our Workforce, is showcased in our keynote presentations and breakout sessions which are focusing on the efforts and trends within the industry to strengthen and enhance the careers of our support professionals.
Full Lives draws a wide range of attendees that provide services in developmental disabilities, behavioral health, traumatic brain injuries, substance related disorders, and senior services. Attendees include case managers, direct support professionals, care coordinators, community advocates, supervisors, administrators, self-advocates, caregivers, and families receiving services.
The Full Lives Conference encourages interaction, problem solving, and sharing among all participants. This atmosphere contributes to a dynamic conference that encourages ongoing networking and collaboration.
EXHIBITORS - please click here to access the Exhibitor registration page. (Register as an Exhibitor or as a Participant. Do not register for both.) Exhibitor Registrations are now sold out. Contact Megan Moody for more information.
For more information please go to www.aktc.org
The Full Lives Conference receives funding and support from the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, UAA Center for Human Development, The Alaska Training Cooperative, and the State of Alaska Senior and Disability Services.
Direct Service Professional of the Year. Nominations are now closed.
Care Coordinators Continuing Education Hours. Care Coordinators who are currently certified for 24 months or more may receive a certificate of completion of required training for recertification with Senior and Disabilities Services.*
*To do this:
• Register for, attend and participate in the three day conference.
• Sign in with SDS training staff at the conference to receive a care coordinator training assignment.
• Complete the assignment after the conference and turn it in to SDS Training staff by the identified deadline.
• SDS is offering an optional session series with topics of interest to Care Coordinators, which is open to all conference attendees as well.
All currently certified Care Coordinators, including those seeking training completion for recertification, may also receive a certificate of completion of 16 hours of Continuing Education Hours if attending and participating in all three days.
The Care Coordinator will receive a certificate of Continuing Education Hours from SDS Training. If you have questions about Care Coordination training please email email@example.com.
Registration Options. Please select your attendance for two days or for three days. These options will appear in the registration process.
Two-day registration = $200
Three-day registration = $250
Hotel Accommodations. A negotiated rate of $129 + 12% tax per night for single or double occupancy in a standard room is available for conference participants.
Training Access Funds. Instructions and application for Training Access Funds is available on the AKTC website Full Lives page.
Parking. Parking IS NOT included in the registration fee. You will be responsible for any parking expense.
More information about conference is available on The Alaska Training Cooperative website, www.aktc.org
Please contact Megan Moody if you have any questions about the conference:
For assistance with registration, please contact AKTC Support: