2021 Virtual Conference FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions:


Question:
Is Texas NAHRO canceling / postponing the 2021 Annual Conference?

Answer:
Texas NAHRO’s highest priority remains proactive when it comes to maintaining the safety and health of our members and the communities they serve.

We’re closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and reviewing all updates from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and the U.S. Department of State. We feel it’s our responsibility to our members, employees, and the general public to make a fundamental change to the format of our Annual Conference this year.

For 2021, our biggest annual event will become 100% virtual utilizing our Digital Connection platform.


Question:
How do I access the Virtual Annual Conference platform?

Answer: 
Information on how to access the Virtual Annual Conference platform will be emailed to all registered attendees by April 1, 2021


Question:
Am I able to download the content from the Virtual Annual Conference platform?

Answer:
Attendees will be able to access downloadable PDFs, video content and session PowerPoint presentations.


Question:
When can I expect the content to be available on the Virtual Annual Conference platform?

Answer:
Content such as PDFs, PowerPoints, and video will be available periodically throughout and following the event.


Question:
How long will the content be available after the Virtual Annual Conference platform?

Answer:
The content will be available until Friday, April 8, 2022.


Question:
Will the hours of convention workshops and general sessions stay the same?

Answer:
The Virtual Annual Conference agenda in its entirety is currently under review. We’ll release more information as the aspects of our new virtual platform are solidified.


Question:
Will any of my committees have meetings during the conference?

Answer: