FUTURE-PROOFING THE NETWORK ONE SESSION AT A TIME
Keeping up with the ever-changing field of senior nutrition and nonprofit management is no easy task. From menu planning and volunteer management to healthcare integration and HIPAA compliance, this year’s Conference will guide senior nutrition professionals at all levels of their career through the necessary skills and competencies needed to grow in your role, advance your organization and better support the older adults in your community.
No one covers training for the full spectrum of what it takes to run successful, thriving Meals on Wheels programs the way we do, and our comprehensive learning tracks that will allow you to tailor and optimize your 2019 Conference experience.
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HEALTHCAREDesigned to ready and empower organizations to take advantage of potential revenue-generating opportunities that integrate Meals on Wheels into the healthcare ecosystem.
DEVELOPMENTDesigned to help organizations grow and diversify sustainable revenue streams through expert advice, training and insights, as well as case studies and best practices from successful Meals on Wheels programs.
LEADERSHIPDesigned to build on the skills and knowledge of program leaders, board members and other decision-makers to support you in leading your organizations to not only be more contemporary and sustainable, but also enable your teams to adapt and thrive in an uncertain climate.
SERVICE OFFERINGSDesigned to help organizations adapt to and thrive in a competitive marketplace by differentiating Meals on Wheels’ unique and invaluable offerings from our competitors and better defining and enhancing our value proposition.
TYPES OF LEARNING SESSIONS
are 75-minute courses that explore topics across the five learning tracks. They feature experts in the senior nutrition or nonprofit field, partners and/or Members of Meals on Wheels America.
Intensive Concurrent Sessions
are 150-minute courses split into two 75-minute Concurrent Sessions labeled as Part 1 and Part 2. They are designed to go more in depth into a topic in one of the five learning tracks and feature experts in the senior nutrition or nonprofit field, partners and/or Members of Meals on Wheels America.
are held on our Pre-Conference day and range from 120 to 180 minutes. They are designed to be collaborative working sessions featuring experts in the senior nutrition or nonprofit field, partners and/or Members of Meals on Wheels America.
Lightning Learning Sessions
are 45-minute courses that feature "bite-sized" presentations on a variety of topics followed by an audience Q&A. They feature experts in the senior nutrition or nonprofit field, partners and/or Members of Meals on Wheels America.
Communities of Practice
meetings provide a forum to network, share best practices and problem solve alongside programs with similar resources, issues and challenges. Meals on Wheels America Members should join the meeting that coincides with their program’s annual senior nutrition operating budget. Learn more about year-long Community of Practice activities here
- SMALL PROGRAM - less than $500,000
- MEDIUM PROGRAM - between $500,000 and $2,000,000
- LARGE PROGRAM - greater than $2,000,000
CEU / CFRE CREDITS
Many of our Conference sessions will give you a Certificate of Attendance for CEU credits for dietitians and CFRE credits for fundraisers. Stay tuned for more information!
2019 SPEAKER INFO COMING SOON!