The following are a list of questions most frequently asked of FHCA staff members regarding the Annual Conference & Trade Show. First time attendees may find this section especially helpful. If you have further questions, please call the FHCA office for assistance at (850) 224-3907.

FHCA is partnering with Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel and are following their enhanced safety and rigorous cleanliness protocols in addition to the safety guidelines outlined by the Centers of Disease Control to ensure you participate with confidence. Read the Rosen Shingle Creek’s Commitment Plan here

FHCA is collaborating with experts to implement best practices aimed at managing of the spread COVID-19 virus. Click here to review FHCA's Annual Conference Event Safety Plan, which is focused on delivering attendees a safe, comfortable and stree-free conference experience.

All of the education sessions will take place in the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando. Click here for more information on the hotel.

The Conference Mobile App and Online Program, which you will receive before your arrival, will include the room assignments for each seminar as well as a hotel diagram. The Mobile App will be available for downloaded before the week before Conference, be sure to download it in advance for the most up to date information.

To maximize credits, you will want to attend the educational sessions during all the time periods available, including the FHCA Membership Meetings. Click here for more information about Continuing Education.

For the vast majority of the education sessions, no you do not. You can choose which sessions interest you onsite. You can attend as many or as few sessions as you wish. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis so do expect that some sessions may fill up and close.

If you wish to attend the Preceptor Provider Training an additional fee is due. You must indicate such on your registration form in the appropriate section. Limited onsite registration is available based on space.

Before arriving to the 2021 Annual Conference and Trade Show, review the full listing of Continuing Education Session by clicking here and choose those that are of interest to you. Get to the sessions early as they fill up.

The Medical Errors course will not be offered complimentary at the 2021 Annual Conference. If you need to take the course, please visit the FHCA website by clicking here.

If you have already registered but would like to make changes/additions to your registration, please contact the FHCA registrar, Sarah Wood. You may also add to your registration onsite beginning Sunday, July 25.

All handouts will be posted to the Mobile App. The Mobile App information will be sent to attendees a few weeks prior to Conference. We do not provide paper copies of handouts onsite.

Spouses/guests wishing to attend the education sessions and earn continuing education credits must register as a full paying attendee. Spouses/guests are welcome to attend any of the ticketed event functions and you can purchase their ticket along with your registration. An Adult Guest Registration includes the Opening Social, Trade Show and Fun Night, or you can purchase these individually.

The Trade Show will be located on the Third Floor in the Great Hall. All registered attendees and registered guests must wear their conference name badge to enter the hall.

Exhibits are open on Monday, July 26 (4:00 to 7:00 P.M.) to Tuesday, July 27 (10:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.). Attendees will enjoy meeting with the long term care profession’s top vendors as well as networking activities including a Welcome Cocktail Party on Tuesday and the FHC PAC Silent Auction on both days of the Trade Show.

Please note that while children will be granted access to the Trade Show if accompanied by an adult, this is a professional environment and we encourage attendees to be mindful of their children and not let them become a distraction to other attendees or the vendors.

Companies interested in being an exhibitor at the Trade Show can click here for more information.

Please note that representatives of companies that have not purchased a booth will not be allowed to show products or solicit business in the trade show area. Anyone violating this policy will be escorted from the Trade Show.