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LeadingAge has partners in nearly every state. Below is information about what is happening at their organization.


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How to Develop Strategic Relationships Between Aging Services Providers and Villages

This report, developed by LeadingAge California, is an excellent resource for aging services providers who have or are thinking about relationships with villages, or any other grassroots community service organization. Based on interviews with senior living providers and villages around the country that have such relationships, the report describes the affiliations, the factors that drive them, and the issues that they encountered along the way.

State Sen. Sue Rezin Receives LeadingAge Illinois Partners in Quality Award

Illinois Sen. Sue Rezin (R-Peru) was honored with the LeadingAge Illinois Partners in Quality Award, recognizing her personal commitment and dedication to the advancement of quality in older services in Illinois.

Glen Campbell Documentary Screening in Boston

LeadingAge Massachusetts recently held an advance preview screening of "Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me," a documentary about the singer’s battle with dementia. Sen. Ed Markey was a guest speaker at the event, which took place at the AMC Loews Boston Common. Markey lost his mother to Alzheimer’s disease, so the connection was a personal one.

LeadingAge Washington Announces Award Recipients

LeadingAge Washington’s Awards and Recognition Program is all about people who make a difference every day in the lives of those they serve. It’s about people who put quality first, deliver excellence, and inspire others to do the same. Community members, employees, volunteers and residents were presented with their awards at LeadingAge Washington's 63rd Annual Conference at the Red Lion Hotel in Pasco, WA on June 11.

LeadingAge Florida Celebrates 50 Years of Service

LeadingAge Florida celebrated its 50th year at a gala convention and exposition last week, with the theme “Expanding the Possibilities: 50 Years and Beyond." Marsha Greenfield summarizes the highlights of the event.