Upcoming Conferences 2024

ACCPA Conferences

Get ready for a series of impactful conferences in 2024, specifically focused on the aged care industry. As we approach 2024, these conferences offer a unique opportunity for stakeholders to collaboratively address the challenges and advancements in aged care, shaping a more compassionate and inclusive future for senior citizens. Stay tuned more information to be released in 2024.

Embark on a transformative journey into the future of aged care with the highly anticipated conferences set to launch in 2024. Under the theme “From Vision to Reality: Aged Care’s Journey Forward,” these conferences promise to be pivotal moments in shaping the trajectory of aged care services. Attendees will delve into discussions and presentations that bridge the gap between visionary concepts and practical implementation in the aged care sector. From ground-breaking technologies revolutionising the sector to policy frameworks translating compassionate ideals into tangible improvements, these conferences are ready to leave your inspired and geared towards the future.  

More information coming soon. 

6 March 2024
Rydges, Hobart

15 March
U City, Adelaide

29 April-1 May
The Star, Gold Coast

27-29 May 2024
Crown, Perth

11-13 June 2024
Pullman Albert Park, Melbourne

19-21 June 2024
Hilton, Sydney

ITAC National Conference
26-27 March 2024

Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council (ACIITC) is happy to announce the Innovation and Technology Across Care (ITAC) Conference is back in March 2024. The conference will run from the 26-27 March 2024 at the Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast, Queensland.

The ITAC 2024 conference will encapsulate the focus on innovation and technology in the aged and community care, while the theme “Elevating Aged and Community Care and Inspiring Innovation” emphasises ACIITC commitment to improving care quality and inspiring the sector to explore technological advancements in the sector.

ACCPA National Conference 

23-25 October 2024
Adelaide Convention Centre