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34th Annual Adult Protective Services Conference
Event Date: 
10.03.2017 (All day) - 10.06.2017 (All day)
Time Zone: 
(GMT-06:00) Central Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
7355 Padre Blvd.
City: 
South Padre Island
State: 
TEXAS
Zip: 
78597
Short Description: 

34th Annual Texas Adult Protective Services Conference

Full Description: 

Join us in protecting the unprotected... with purpose, passion and persistence!

Please join us at the 34th Adult Protective Services (APS) Conference in South Padre Island, Texas on October 3-6, 2017. The annual event hosted by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services brings together over 500 people to learn from more than 50 workshops presented by top professionals from all over the world. This conference attracts bankers, lawyers, social workers, nurses, doctors, law enforcement, insurance investigators, counselors, home health agencies, and of course, Adult Protective Service staff. With a history of attendance from almost every state in the U.S., this is no local conference! The APS Conference will be held at the South Padre Island Convention Centre at 7355 Padre Boulevard, South Padre Island, Texas 78597. Six conference hotels in close proximity to the convention center are offering a $91 per night conference rate.

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