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Parents who raised their now-grown children with help from Sesame Street have now moved to a new address to meet their family’s education needs. It’s called Next Avenue. And it’s designed to help the 50+ generation get ready for aging.
Rating agencies can unintentionally misinform donors about what it means to operate an effective nonprofit because they aren't measuring the organization’s ability to carry out its mission. CliftonLarsonAllen looks at several steps you can take to help stakeholders understand the full story behind your numbers.
Demanding consumers, a risk-based payment system, and emerging technologies will drive the delivery of aging services for the foreseeable future, according to Steve Maag, director of residential services at LeadingAge. How should LeadingAge members respond? Maag uses a new LeadingAge QuickCast to answer that question.
Your organization’s best marketing tool may be a website that doesn’t try too hard to market your organization.
In this 14-minute educational video, Steve Maag, LeadingAge's director of residential communities, discusses the 3 key trends facing continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) that will drive the way care and services are delivered for the foreseeable future.