This year’s annual meeting highlights how individuals -- in concert with shifting perspectives, norms and innovations -- are changing the way we live and REdefine Age.
Now Accepting Applications for 2 New Grants!
Check out the July / August 2014 issue.
Tell Congress to support H.R. 1179 and S. 569.
The Downside of Longevity
A new collection of tools to help members better understand their performance and their market position.
The LeadingAge Finance Reform Task Force's Latest Report
This Spotlight provides access to content and resources LeadingAge members can use to develop and enhance organizational commitment to innovative services and supports for people with dementia.
Creating Quality of Life in senior care means creating a home.
LeadingAge’s Consumer Hub offers information and support to help people make the most of the aging experience. This includes a directory of not-for-profit organizations committed to meeting people’s needs and preferences as they age.
Dr. Mark McClellan Talks Long-Term Services
Home Health: CMS Extends Temporary Enrollment Moratoria for New Agencies
Notice of Observation Treatment and Implication for Care Eligibility (NOTICE) Act of 2014
Medicare Appeals Without Administrative Law Judges Pilot
HHS Draft Spending Bill Released by Appropriations Subcommittee
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Webinar: Continuing Care at Home: A Model for the Future
Bullying in the Older Population
Advertising Targeting the Older Adult: How the Audience Perceives the Message
CMS and SBA Offering Webinars for Small Employers About the Affordable Care Act
IAHSA Toronto Study Tour
Fall Leadership Summit
LeadingAge Insights is a collection of tools to help members better understand their own performance and their market position.
The 2014 LeadingAge Strategic Plan sets clear objectives for our organization and its members over the next 5 years.
The latest observations from LeadingAge CEO Larry Minnix about what's going on in the field of aging services.
Technology has obvious benefits for operations, data collection and integration of services. But here’s the best part: It also helps seniors be healthier, happier and more independent.