Photo Gallery: Alabama’s Best Practices 2017
Upbeat music, flashing lights and hilarious skits kept the crowd at Alabama’s Best Practices engaged while learning. More than 300 nursing home employees attended the 2017 edition of the popular event.
The event featured presentations from six nursing homes, eight nursing homes were recognized for honorable mention best practices and speakers offered inspirational messages throughout the day.
Alabama’s Best Practices was held February 13, 2017, at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham – The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover.
Here’s a photo gallery from the day that celebrates nursing homes.
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Panoramic picture of the Alabama’s Best Practices crowd.
Marshall Manor Nursing Home in Guntersville presented “Friday Free for All.”
Long-time Alabama’s Best Practices host Bob Coker kicks off the day.
Staff and residents of Oak Trace Care & Rehab Center in Bessemer were a presenter for “Fall Prevention.”
Rev. George Jackson gives the audience advice on having a rewarding career in long-term care. The 90-year-old is Administrator of Heritage Health Care & Rehab in Tuscaloosa and is the oldest active nursing home administrator in Alabama.
Crowne Health Care of Mobile presented the “Healthy Seniors Dental Program.”
Staff of Cullman Health & Rehab Center perform a song for the center’s “All Work and More Play” best practice.
Alabama Nursing Home Association President & CEO Bill O’Connor reminds attendees that “your work matters” to the people we serve.
This event would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. We had so many this year we couldn’t fit them all in one picture.
The second picture of our sponsors. We appreciate all of these companies for their support.
Attendees network in the exhibit hall during a break.