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Virtual Resource Fair Registration
Join The Coordinating Center this September for a
Virtual Resource Fair
Ways to Participate
- Join a Panel Discussion with other companies.
- Facilitate a workshop with CEUs coordinated by The Center.
- Submit a video about your company (under 5 minutes) for our Resource Directory.
Participants: The Center's coworkers, including, but not limited to our Clinical Care Coordinators (RN and Social Workers), Supports Planners, Coordinators of Community Service, Housing Coordinators, Life Care Planners and operations team. The Center employs more than 300 coworkers who work statewide to support nearly 10,000 children and adults with disabilities and complex needs in Maryland.
Benefits: Reach your target audience and engage with coordinators with expertise in health care, and a variety of different populations (i.e., children and adults with disabilities, special health care needs, adults with complex and social needs and adults who have experienced homelessness).
Interested in Attending? Space is limited so register and email your completed applications to email@example.com by August 5, 2021. Applications will be reviewed and accepted on a first-come, first serve basis.
A minimum donation of $250 is required for all CEU presentations. While a donation is not required for video submission or panel presentation, please consider donating to our Family Resource Fund. This Fund is essential as it helps The Center fill critical gaps in care, remove barriers to care and improves a person’s quality of life.
Disclaimer: The Center is designated by the IRS as a 501(c) (3) nonprofit; all contributions are tax deductible as charitable contributions to the fullest extent allowable by law. The Center is an independent care coordination agency, adhering to guidelines set forth by URAC and state and federal laws. The Center provides conflict-free case management services and supports consumer choice. The Center does not endorse one provider over another. Participation in these events will not in any way influence provider choice.