Join us for the 2020 Nebraska Home Care Association Networking Reception with State Senators, Industry Partner Expo and Annual Conference on January 14-15, 2020.

This conference is presented to prepare home care and hospice providers for the Patient Driven Groupings Model implementation, to learn application of ethical practices, utilize pain management strategies for hospice services, implement caregiver recruiting strategies and case management problem solving and industry collaboration in quality care solutions.

Continuing Education Contact Hours awarded by Iowa Western Community College, Iowa Board of Nursing Provider #6 as follows:

  • 2.0 Contact Hours on January 14, 2020
  • 5.7 Contact Hours on January 15, 2020 (Home Health Track)
  • 2.5 Contact Hours on January 15, 2020 (Private Duty Track)

Industry Partners: download the exhibitor/sponsor registration brochure or register online. Take advantage of these Industry Partner opportunities.

January 7, 2020 Webinar to Prepare for Networking Reception with State Senators. Download the slides. Download talking points for conversations with state senators.

Hotel Room Block: Call the Cornhusker Marriott at (866) 706-7706 and request the Nebraska Home Care Association Group Rate by January 8, 2020 or make your reservations online. A special discounted rate of $104 plus tax is available.

Slides and Handouts

Slides and handouts will not be provided onsite at the conference. Please download the following session slides and handouts:

PDGM Session presented by Teresa Northcutt

Discovering the Secrets of Ethical Affluence Session presented by Rabbi Yonason Goldson

Pain Management Session presented by Amanda Matthew

Utilization of the Hospice Benefit Session presented by Amanda Matthew

The Importance of Industry Collaboration in Providing Innovative, Quality Care Solutions in the Home Care Setting presented by Dayle Wickizer, Gracia Kremer and John Hudnall

 Notice of Annual Meeting

The Nebraska Home Care Association’s 2020 Annual Business Meeting is Wednesday, January 15, 2020 from 12:15 - 1:15 p.m. Central in Arbor 1, 2 in the lower level of the Cornhusker Marriott, 333 S. 13th St. in Lincoln, Nebraska.
The Annual Business Meeting is planned in conjunction with the 2020 Nebraska Home Care Association Annual Conference. There are three primary items of business at the annual meeting:

  1. Election of board members. Please read the slate of candidates below.

  2. Vote on a proposed bylaw amendment recommended by the Nebraska Home Care Association Board to change the association’s name to the Nebraska Association for Home Healthcare and Hospice.

  3. Provide a state of the association update.

Slate of Candidates

In accordance with the requirements of the Nebraska Home Care Association Bylaws, the following slate of candidates is presented for election at the 2020 Annual Business Meeting.

  1. For President-Elect – elect one candidate (two-year term to begin immediately following the Annual Conference with automatic succession to President)

  1. For At-Large Director – elect one at-large director (two-year term to begin immediately following the Annual Conference)

  •          Sean Balke, MS, President & Chief Operating Officer for Craig HomeCare serving children across Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri. Read Sean’s candidate statement.

  1. 3 3. For Nominating Committee (two-year term to begin immediately following the Annual Conference)

Additional nominations may be made from the floor at the annual meeting. Members nominated at the meeting must consent to serve if elected, before such nominations are accepted. 

Contact Us

Address:  3901 Normal Blvd., Suite 100
Lincoln, NE, 68506-5200

Phone:  (402) 423-0718

Fax:  (402) 476-6547


About Us

The Nebraska Home Care Association advocates for its members, in order to represent their interests and protect the services provided to beneficiaries. We depend on members to voice their opinions, share stories and insight to help us protect those rights and represent their businesses. The association strives to positively influence public policy efforts on behalf of members at the local, state and federal levels, provides regulatory and legislative updates and hosts professional development events to help ensure members receive up-to-date education in order to deliver care and services to their clients.





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