Long-Term Care Forums in Connecticut

Below is a link to the Connecticut Partnership’s website where you can view the Partnership’s latest Quarterly Update.  Just click on the selection for

“January – March 2020”.



You’ll note in the Update that the Partnership has scheduled its Public Forums for the Spring of 2020.  The Forums will be held:

April 29th  –         Enfield Public Library –                                 ENFIELD

May 13th   –         Colchester Town Hall –                                COLCHESTER

May 19th  –          Southbury Public Library –                          SOUTHBURY  

The Forums are free to the public and run from 6-8 PMNo sales or solicitations are allowed at the Forums.  Please let your clients and colleagues know about these upcoming events.

To register for a Forum, please call 1-800-547-3443 or you can register online at the link below to the CT Partnership website.  Walk-ins are welcome but since space is limited we recommend registering in advance.

Below is a link to the CT Partnership’s website with additional information on the Forums:





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