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The Indiana Health Care Association is Indiana’s largest trade association and advocate representing skilled nursing facilities, assisted living communities and independent living.
To educate, inform, and advocate on behalf of health care providers, consumers, and those who care for Indiana’s geriatric and developmentally disabled citizens.
The Indiana Health Care Foundation (IHCF) scholarship cycle is now open. Each year, the IHCF awards education and training scholarships for clinical, medical, and administrative positions in long-term care. The submission deadline is June 7, 2021.LEARN MORE AND APPLY TODAY
Nominations for the IHCA/INCAL Senior Living Awards are now open. Join us to shine a light on Indiana’s long-term care heroes for their exceptional service and tireless efforts to serve our seniors and ensure their well-being despite all odds.LEARN MORE
Due to overwhelming response we have received from long-term care professionals across the state, the 2021 Spring Conference will now also be available as a virtual event starting May 3, 2021. If you haven’t been able to reserve a spot for our in-person Spring Conference, you will now be able to register for the virtual experience that has been exclusively developed to extend the education and professional development opportunity to more long-term care professionals like you. Registration for virtual experience will open April 19, 2021.LEARN MORE
his webinar will detail the information and the required paperwork for TNAs and PCAs to become a Certified Nursing Aide (CNA).Learn More
This course will focus on stress for leaders & will include coping mechanisms, avoidance techniques to support learning.Learn More
Join us at IHCF's 11th annual Golf Outing benefiting LTC scholarships.Learn More
Benefit from advocacy services to influence legislation and rule-making impacting your assisted living and independent living communities.
Dig into our analysis of the top residential citations and gain from our guidance on delivering quality resident care.
Access resources and expertise related to reimbursement through the Aged & Disabled Medicaid Waiver program.
Connect with prospective job candidates through Indiana’s career pathways Website, indiana.carefortheaging.org.
Receive guidance and education aimed at improving your operations and helping you deliver excellent resident experiences.
Use NCAL’s national program to build upon your existing work by setting specific, measurable targets to further improve the quality of care for your residents.
What are your waiting for? Start benefitting from an IHCA/INCAL membership today!