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UMA Announces 2023 Mission Award Winners

April 27, 2023

The 2023 UMA Mission Award Winners were announced on April 27 in Boulder, Co. Click here for more information.

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2023 UMA Annual Meeting CE Attestation Information

April 27, 2023

Dear Participant in the 2023 UMA Annual Meeting on April 25-27, 2023: Thank you for your participation in our educational activities. Now, please complete the attestation form at https://go2certificate.com to receive the contact hours you deserve.  This activity awards 12.5 contact hours for social workers and long-term care administrators. A general certificate of participation is…

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Room Block for 2023 UMA Annual Meeting

March 16, 2023

The UMA room block at Embassy Suites is nearly full. UMA has secured additional rooms for our attendees at the Hilton Garden Inn (next to the Embassy Suites, separated only by a narrow street to the hotel parking garage). Any guests staying at the Hilton will have access to the complimentary breakfast and happy hour…

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Registration is now OPEN for the 2023 UMA Annual Meeting

January 25, 2023

Join us for the 2023 UMA Annual Meeting, April 25-27, in Boulder, CO.Gather with your peers for three days of networking, thought-provokingkeynote speakers and quality education on best practices,innovations and critical issues impacting your field. Register your leadership team and trustees byMarch 10 to receive the early bird rate. Click here to view the full brochure and details.

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2023 UMA Annual Meeting General Session Speakers

January 17, 2023

Click here for more 2023 UMA Annual Meeting information. Debbie Reed, PhD, has served as President and CEO of Chaddock since 2006 and has more than three decades of nonprofit marketing, strategic planning, and organizational leadership experience. She is the author of two books, Attachment Theory in Action and Raising the Challenging Child, both written…

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Mary's Message 2023

Mary’s Message

January 9, 2023

Curiosity May Lead Us to an Innovative Path Forward Have you ever experienced a time where an unusual topic has come up often in a short stretch of time? I’m not talking about the ongoing, expected conversations like workforce shortages. I’m talking about the stranger, more mundane conversations that you have with folks casually, when…

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