Welcome to the CAHF Virtual Spring Conference!

In order to minimize the transmission of the coronavirus, CAHF is offering its first virtual conference to prevent any further risk to our frail and elderly residents who are most vulnerable to the pandemic. 

This will allow members to remain in their communities, to address emerging challenges, provide support to families who are concerned about their loved ones and guard against further community spread.  

CAHF will be delivering the same educational content originally planned through a live webcast Monday, March 16 and a package of on-demand webinars for a total of 17 continuing education credits.  

The conference will feature a live “State of the Association” address from CAHF’s CEO, top state officials will provide updates from public health and the Newsom administration and political strategists will discuss election year predictions. A live panel will weigh in on the Governor’s budget and four-year proposal to reauthorize AB 1629. Later, attendees will have access to all conference content through convenient on-demand webinars. 

We look forward to meeting with you virtually on Monday, March 16!